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Advances in Psychology
The current study investigated the similarity of social behavior between primary school children and their friends. A total of 360 primary school children were administered measurement of social behavior by peer nomination. The results of correlation analysis and regression analysis showed that 1) Primary school children's pro-social behaviors were significantly positive correlated with their friends' pro-social behaviors after controlled the variable of gender, but their aggressive behaviordoi:10.12677/ap.2016.66088 fatcat:k7pewrjc6vd3fe3bnrn5bs2poa