Social Development Research

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Running head: SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH 1 Social Development Research Darrell Dannelley PSY/201 October 23, 2010 Dana Greiner
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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH 2 Social Development Research In the article Domain Specificity in Relationship History, Social-Information processing and Violent Behavior in Early Adulthood they tested five hypotheses that the relation between early development of early life experiences with peer rejection and unfair treatment in a romantic relationship is related to violent behavior toward peers and with romantic partners in adulthood. The study also observed to see if the relationship between social information processing biases and consequent violence is also related to the same experiences as a young adult. The study observed five year old children that had harsh parenting along with children that had rejection from classroom peers in elementary school. The study also interviewed 18 year olds of similar issues along with ones that were self-identified as being victimized by romantic partners. They were also assessed by means of interview at age 22, 23, and 24. The study pervaded information supporting the r relationship between theses condition and violent behavior in early adulthood. I had chosen this article because I myself feel that that as I was growing up I was subjected to harsh parenting. I don’t think I experienced any more than the normal teasing and behaviors from school peers. I also do not think of myself as having violent behavior towards any of my peers or my wife. I do however feel that with my daughter I have to monitor myself to prevent me from having harsh parenting towards my own child. I do feel that if I were to do research on this topic this article would be a valuable source. I feel the article used good research methods, along with having a well written along with listing off of its references. The article I do not feel shows any bias because it list factors that could have been an influence on the study. The only problem with this article is that it might me a little advanced for the average reader.
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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH 3 Copy of article to follow: Domain Specificity in Relationship History, Social-Information Processing, and Violent Behavior in Early Adulthood Gregory S. Pettit Auburn University Jennifer E. Lansford Duke University Patrick S. Malone University of South Carolina Kenneth A. Dodge Duke University John E. Bates Indiana University Using prospective longitudinal data, we tested 5 hypotheses: (a) that the relation between earlier developmental experiences (peer social rejection and victimization in a romantic relationship) and adult violent behavior toward peers and romantic partners is specific to relationship domain; (b) that the relation between social-information processing (SIP) biases and subsequent violence is also specific to relational domain (romantic partner vs. peer); (c) that the relation between developmental experiences and SIP biases is domain specific; (d) that domain-specific SIP mediates the impact of earlier developmental
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