- Avi Besser, Sapir Academic College
- Johanna Kissler, University of Bielefeld
- Keith R Laws, University of Hertfordshire
- Dorothy Bishop, University of Oxford
- Irismar Reis de Oliveira, Federal University of Bahia
- Rosemary Tannock, The Hospital for Sick Children
- Anna Clark, BioMed Central
Individuals that perceive high levels of social support exhibit improved long-term mental health following disclosure of institutionalized child abuse, suggesting that social support is an important factor in coping with psychological effects of disclosure and abuse
Increased levels of aggressive behaviour in children are predictive of decreased prosocial behaviours the following year, with peer difficulties during the early school years contributing to this link between aggressive and prosocial behaviours
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