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Objective: This study focused on the longitudinal associations between self-esteem and peer relationships in Korean adolescents while considering gender and timing-early and late adolescence-differences. Methods: The study made use of data from the Korean Children and Youth Panel Survey. Three waves of data collected from 2,351 adolescents were analyzed by means of autoregressive crosslagged modeling. Results: The results indicated that self-esteem predicted subsequent changes in peerdoi:10.5723/kjcs.2016.37.6.5 fatcat:ao2kiujzjvcglhkskc74gchsf4