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Volume 4, Issue 1 (1975)

Peers as Model

pp. 11—21

Peer interactions are thought to be particularly important in the socialization of aggression, sex-role learning, and the internalization of moral values, but such experiences are also believed to contribute to the development of cognitive and language skills. In this paper, evidence is presented to support the contention that peer modeling is among the most powerful social influences to which children are exposed.

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