Amanda J Rose
Amanda J Rose
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A review of sex differences in peer relationship processes: potential trade-offs for the emotional and behavioral development of girls and boys.
AJ Rose, KD Rudolph
Psychological bulletin 132 (1), 98, 2006
24402006
Co–rumination in the friendships of girls and boys
AJ Rose
Child development 73 (6), 1830-1843, 2002
10362002
Overt and relational aggression and perceived popularity: Developmental differences in concurrent and prospective relations.
AJ Rose, LP Swenson, EM Waller
Developmental psychology 40 (3), 378, 2004
7162004
Understanding popularity in the peer system
AHN Cillessen, AJ Rose
Current Directions in Psychological Science 14 (2), 102-105, 2005
7122005
Children's goals and strategies in response to conflicts within a friendship.
AJ Rose, SR Asher
Developmental psychology 35 (1), 69, 1999
6241999
Prospective associations of co-rumination with friendship and emotional adjustment: considering the socioemotional trade-offs of co-rumination.
AJ Rose, W Carlson, EM Waller
Developmental psychology 43 (4), 1019, 2007
5842007
Children's strategies and goals in response to help‐giving and help‐seeking tasks within a friendship
AJ Rose, SR Asher
Child development 75 (3), 749-763, 2004
1942004
The “cost of caring” in youths' friendships: Considering associations among social perspective taking, co-rumination, and empathetic distress.
RL Smith, AJ Rose
Developmental psychology 47 (6), 1792, 2011
1922011
Relational and overt aggression in childhood and adolescence: Clarifying mean‐level gender differences and associations with peer acceptance
RL Smith, AJ Rose, RA Schwartz‐Mette
Social Development 19 (2), 243-269, 2010
1812010
Toward a gender-balanced approach to the study of social-emotional development
NR Crick, AJ Rose
Toward a feminist developmental psychology, 153-168, 2000
1732000
Peer rejection in everyday life
SR Asher, AJ Rose, SW Gabriel
Interpersonal rejection, 105-142, 2001
1622001
Constructing autonomous selves through narrative practices: A comparative study of working‐class and middle‐class families
AR Wiley, AJ Rose, LK Burger, PJ Miller
Child Development 69 (3), 833-847, 1998
1611998
Co-rumination in the workplace: Adjustment trade-offs for men and women who engage in excessive discussions of workplace problems
DL Haggard, C Robert, AJ Rose
Journal of Business and Psychology 26 (1), 27-40, 2011
1462011
Friendships of aggressive youth: Considering the influences of being disliked and of being perceived as popular
AJ Rose, LP Swenson, W Carlson
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 88 (1), 25-45, 2004
1432004
Co-rumination mediates contagion of internalizing symptoms within youths' friendships.
RA Schwartz-Mette, AJ Rose
Developmental psychology 48 (5), 1355, 2012
1342012
Prospective associations between friendship adjustment and social strategies: Friendship as a context for building social skills.
GC Glick, AJ Rose
Developmental Psychology 47 (4), 1117, 2011
1342011
Co-ruminating increases stress hormone levels in women
J Byrd-Craven, DC Geary, AJ Rose, D Ponzi
Hormones and behavior 53 (3), 489-492, 2008
1312008
Promoting children's social-emotional adjustment with peers.
SR Asher, AJ Rose
Basic Books, 1997
1111997
Friendships, romantic relationships, and peer relationships
W Furman, AJ Rose
Handbook of child psychology and developmental science, 1-43, 2015
1092015
Sex differences in peer relationships
RL SMITH
Handbook of peer interactions, relationships, and groups 31, 379, 2011
1042011
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