R. Mara Brendgen
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Reactively and proactively aggressive children: Antecedent and subsequent characteristics
F Vitaro, M Brendgen, RE Tremblay
Journal of child psychology and psychiatry 43 (4), 495-505, 2002
Influence of deviant friends on delinquency: Searching for moderator variables
F Vitaro, M Brendgen, RE Tremblay
Journal of abnormal child psychology 28 (4), 313-325, 2000
Reactive and proactive aggression: Predictions to physical violence in different contexts and moderating effects of parental monitoring and caregiving behavior
M Brendgen, F Vitaro, RE Tremblay, F Lavoie
Journal of abnormal child psychology 29 (4), 293-304, 2001
Subtypes of aggressive behaviors: A developmental perspective
F Vitaro, M Brendgen, ED Barker
International Journal of Behavioral Development 30 (1), 12-19, 2006
Joint development of bullying and victimization in adolescence: Relations to delinquency and self-harm
ED Barker, L Arseneault, M Brendgen, N Fontaine, B Maughan
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 47 (9 …, 2008
Kindergarten disruptive behaviors, protective factors, and educational achievement by early adulthood.
F Vitaro, M Brendgen, S Larose, RE Trembaly
Journal of educational psychology 97 (4), 617, 2005
Gambling, delinquency, and drug use during adolescence: Mutual influences and common risk factors
F Vitaro, M Brendgen, R Ladouceur, RE Tremblay
Journal of gambling studies 17 (3), 171-190, 2001
Deviant friends and early adolescents' emotional and behavioral adjustment
M Brendgen, F Vitaro, W M. Bukowski
Journal of research on adolescence 10 (2), 173-189, 2000
The quality of adolescents' friendships: Associations with mothers' interpersonal relationships, attachments to parents and friends, and prosocial behaviors
D Markiewicz, AB Doyle, M Brendgen
Journal of Adolescence 24 (4), 429-445, 2001
Proactive and Reactive Aggression: A Developmental Perspective.
F Vitaro, M Brendgen
The Guilford Press, 2005
A longitudinal–experimental approach to testing theories of antisocial behavior development
E Lacourse, S Côté, DS Nagin, F Vitaro, M Brendgen, RE Tremblay
Development and psychopathology 14 (4), 909-924, 2002
Relations with parents and with peers, temperament, and trajectories of depressed mood during early adolescence
M Brendgen, B Wanner, AJS Morin, F Vitaro
Journal of abnormal child psychology 33 (5), 579-594, 2005
A longitudinal confirmatory factor analysis of indirect and physical aggression: Evidence of two factors over time?
T Vaillancourt, M Brendgen, M Boivin, RE Tremblay
Child development 74 (6), 1628-1638, 2003
Predictive validity and early predictors of peer-victimization trajectories in preschool
ED Barker, M Boivin, M Brendgen, N Fontaine, L Arseneault, F Vitaro, ...
Archives of general psychiatry 65 (10), 1185-1192, 2008
Do early difficult temperament and harsh parenting differentially predict reactive and proactive aggression?
F Vitaro, ED Barker, M Boivin, M Brendgen, RE Tremblay
Journal of abnormal child psychology 34 (5), 681-691, 2006
Assessing aggressive and depressed children's social relations with classmates and friends: A matter of perspective
M Brendgen, F Vitaro, L Turgeon, F Poulin
Journal of abnormal child psychology 30 (6), 609-624, 2002
Peer victimization, poor academic achievement, and the link between childhood externalizing and internalizing problems
PAC van Lier, F Vitaro, ED Barker, M Brendgen, RE Tremblay, M Boivin
Child development 83 (5), 1775-1788, 2012
Transactional analysis of the reciprocal links between peer experiences and academic achievement from middle childhood to early adolescence.
MH Véronneau, F Vitaro, M Brendgen, TJ Dishion, RE Tremblay
Developmental psychology 46 (4), 773, 2010
Peers and Socialization: Effects on Externalizing and Internalizing Problems.
WM Bukowski, M Brendgen, F Vitaro
The Guilford Press, 2007
Is there a dark side of positive illusions? Overestimation of social competence and subsequent adjustment in aggressive and nonaggressive children
M Brendgen, F Vitaro, L Turgeon, F Poulin, B Wanner
Journal of abnormal child psychology 32 (3), 305-320, 2004
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