Classroom composition research on social-emotional outcomes

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Volume 15, Number 2, 2016

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Christian Brandmo, University of Oslo Julian Elliott, Durham University Douglas Fuchs, Vanderbilt University Elena L. Grigorenko, Yale University H. Carl Haywood, Vanderbilt University Yuriy V. Karpov, Touro College

Alex Kozulin, The International Center for Enhancement of Learning Potential Juan Pascual-Leone, York University Alexander Minnaert, Groningen University Wilma Resing, Leiden University

Carol Robinson-Zañartu, San Diego State University

John Roodenburg, Monash University

Ursula Scharnhorst, Swiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training

Susanne Schwab, University of Graz

Robert Sternberg, Oklahoma State University David Tzuriel, Bar-Ilan University

Karl H. Wiedl, University of Osnabrück Li-fang Zhang, The University of Hong Kong

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Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology

Editor

Marco G. P. Hessels, University of Geneva

ASSoCiAtE Editor

Fraser Lauchlan, University of Strathclyde EditoriAl BoArd

Christian Brandmo, University of Oslo Julian Elliott, Durham University Douglas Fuchs, Vanderbilt University Elena L. Grigorenko, Yale University H. Carl Haywood, Vanderbilt University Yuriy V. Karpov, Touro College

Alex Kozulin, The International Center for Enhancement of Learning Potential Juan Pascual-Leone, York University Alexander Minnaert, Groningen University Wilma Resing, Leiden University

Carol Robinson-Zañartu, San Diego State University

John Roodenburg, Monash University

Ursula Scharnhorst, Swiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training

Susanne Schwab, University of Graz

Robert Sternberg, Oklahoma State University David Tzuriel, Bar-Ilan University

Karl H. Wiedl, University of Osnabrück Li-fang Zhang, The University of Hong Kong

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Volume 15, Number 2, 2016

Journal of Cognitive

Education and Psychology

SPECIAL ISSUE ON CLASSROOM COMPOSITION RESEARCH Christoph M. Müller and Carmen L. A. Zurbriggen, Guest Editors

FROM THE GUEST EDITORS

An Overview of Classroom Composition Research on Social-Emotional

Outcomes: Introduction to the Special Issue 163

Christoph M. Müller and Carmen L. A. Zurbriggen

SPECIAL ISSUE ARTICLES

Adolescent Substance Use, Aggressive Behaviors, and Peer Context

Behavioral Norms 185

Rob Gommans, Gonneke W. J. M. Stevens, Tom F. M. ter Bogt, and Antonius H. N. Cillessen

Attitude Transference Among Adolescents: The Relationship Between

Injunctive Classroom Norms and Individual Antisocial Attitudes 206 Verena Hofmann and Christoph M. Müller

Seasonal and Compositional Effects of Classroom Aggression:

A Test of Developmental-Contextual Models 225

Stephanie M. Jones and Andres Molano

Classroom Context and the Relations Between Social Withdrawal and

Peer Victimization 248

Ellyn Charlotte Bass, Jonathan Bruce Santo, Josafa M. da Cunha, and Cara Neufeld Developmental Trajectories of Children’s Social Competence in Early Childhood:

The Role of the Externalizing Behaviors of Their Preschool Peers 268 Monica Yudron and Stephanie M. Jones

About Ethnicity, Fitting In, and Acting Out: Applying the Person–Environment

Fit Framework to School Misconduct 293

Jannick Demanet, Lore Van Praag, and Mieke Van Houtte

The Interplay of Social and Ethnic Classroom Composition, Tracking, and

Gender on Students’ School Satisfaction 320

Katja Scharenberg

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