The long-term goal of this research is to explore the role of peer socialization in adolescents’ development of prosocial behavior. The effects of mediator and moderators in the peer influence processes will be examined by means of longitudinal quantitative approach in a sample of seventh-grade students. With the one-year granted period, the aim of the present project was to validate the measurement tools for collecting the longitudinal data in the next project. There are seven measures analyzed in this project: Prosocial Tendency Measure, Peer Susceptibility Scale, Self-Control Scale, Need for Approval Questionnaire, Relationship Qualities Scale, Peer Pressure Scale, and Classroom Context Scale; the reliability and validity of these measures were examined and presented in the report.
|Effective start/end date||2018/08/01 → 2020/07/31|
- peer influence
- prosocial behavior
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