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Korean Journal of Child Studies 1989;10(2): 32-44.
아동의 공격행동에 따른 결과예상에 대한 연구
Sex Differences in Children's Anticipation of the Consequences of Aggression
Myoung Sook Kim
The purpose of this study was to investigate sex differences in outcome expectation for aggression, and to study the effects of sex of target child and degree of provocation on the consequences that a child anticipates for aggression. The subjects were 30 boys and 30 girls in the 6th grade of a public elementary school located in Seoul. The children were tested individually by an adult who read the items to the child. Perry, Perry, and Weiss`s Outcome Expectation Questionnaire, The modified consisting of 48 items was used in this study. The data were analysed by analyses of variance with repeated measures and t-test. Boys expected less guilt and negative self-reactions for aggression than girls. When provoked, children expected more tangible reward and less parental disapproval than when not provoked. When aggressing toward boys, children expected more tangible rewards, less parental disapproval, and less peer disapproval than when aggressing toward girls.
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