Kay Bussey
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Social cognitive theory of gender development and differentiation.
K Bussey, A Bandura
Psychological review 106 (4), 676, 1999
32571999
Influence of gender constancy and social power on sex-linked modeling.
K Bussey, A Bandura
Journal of personality and social psychology 47 (6), 1292, 1984
5151984
The social learning theory of sex differences: Imitation is alive and well.
DG Perry, K Bussey
Journal of personality and social psychology 37 (10), 1699, 1979
4161979
Self‐regulatory mechanisms governing gender development
K Bussey, A Bandura
Child development 63 (5), 1236-1250, 1992
3591992
Children's categorization and evaluation of different types of lies and truths
K Bussey
Child Development 70 (6), 1338-1347, 1999
2941999
Lying and truthfulness: Children's definitions, standards, and evaluative reactions
K Bussey
Child Development 63 (1), 129-137, 1992
2771992
On broadening the cognitive, motivational, and sociostructural scope of theorizing about gender development and functioning: comment on Martin, Ruble, and Szkrybalo (2002).
A Bandura, K Bussey
American Psychological Association 130 (5), 691, 2004
2402004
Predictors of student defenders of peer aggression victims: Empathy and social cognitive factors
K Barchia, K Bussey
International Journal of Behavioral Development 35 (4), 289-297, 2011
2122011
The role of moral disengagement and self-efficacy in cyberbullying
K Bussey, S Fitzpatrick, A Raman
Journal of School Violence 14 (1), 30-46, 2015
1642015
Gender differences in moral reasoning.
K Bussey, B Maughan
Journal of personality and Social Psychology 42 (4), 701, 1982
1601982
Individual and collective social cognitive influences on peer aggression: Exploring the contribution of aggression efficacy, moral disengagement, and collective efficacy
K Barchia, K Bussey
Aggressive behavior 37 (2), 107-120, 2011
1482011
Same-sex imitation: The avoidance of cross-sex models or the acceptance of same-sex models?
K Bussey, DG Perry
Sex Roles 8 (7), 773-784, 1982
1371982
The psychological impact of peer victimization: Exploring social-cognitive mediators of depression
K Barchia, K Bussey
Journal of adolescence 33 (5), 615-623, 2010
1322010
The role of individual and collective moral disengagement in peer aggression and bystanding: A multilevel analysis
G Gini, T Pozzoli, K Bussey
Journal of abnormal child psychology 43 (3), 441-452, 2015
1212015
Disclosure processes: Issues for child sexual abuse victims.
K Bussey, EJ Grimbeek
Cambridge University Press, 1995
1101995
Fathers as ‘core business’ in child welfare practice and research: An interdisciplinary review
L Zanoni, W Warburton, K Bussey, A McMaugh
Children and Youth Services Review 35 (7), 1055-1070, 2013
1082013
Implications of developmental research for interviewing children
MS Steward, K Bussey, GS Goodman, KJ Saywitz
Child abuse & neglect 17 (1), 25-37, 1993
1081993
Gender identity development
K Bussey
Handbook of identity theory and research, 603-628, 2011
1032011
Cyber-bystanding in context: A review of the literature on witnesses' responses to cyberbullying
KR Allison, K Bussey
Children and Youth Services Review 65, 183-194, 2016
932016
Peer victimization and psychological maladjustment: The mediating role of coping self‐efficacy
P Singh, K Bussey
Journal of Research on Adolescence 21 (2), 420-433, 2011
922011
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