On-line ostracism affects children differently from adolescents and adults

An article in “British Journal of Developmental Psychology” looks at social ostracism and how certain age groups are affected in different ways.  Click on the DOI at the end of the reference for access to the full article

Abrams, D., Weick, M., Thomas, D., Colbe, H., and Franklin, K. (2011). On-line ostracism affects children differently from adolescents and adults. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 29 (1), 110-123 DOI: 10.1348/026151010X494089

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