Social-information-processing as risk and protective factor for antisocial behavior problems in pre- and elementary school children

Beelmann A, Lösel F, Stemmler M, Jaursch S (2008)
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY 43(3-4): 196-196.

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Beelmann A, Lösel F, Stemmler M, Jaursch S. Social-information-processing as risk and protective factor for antisocial behavior problems in pre- and elementary school children. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY. 2008;43(3-4):196-196.
Beelmann, A., Lösel, F., Stemmler, M., & Jaursch, S. (2008). Social-information-processing as risk and protective factor for antisocial behavior problems in pre- and elementary school children. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 43(3-4), 196-196.
Beelmann, A., Lösel, F., Stemmler, M., and Jaursch, S. (2008). Social-information-processing as risk and protective factor for antisocial behavior problems in pre- and elementary school children. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY 43, 196-196.
Beelmann, A., et al., 2008. Social-information-processing as risk and protective factor for antisocial behavior problems in pre- and elementary school children. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 43(3-4), p 196-196.
A. Beelmann, et al., “Social-information-processing as risk and protective factor for antisocial behavior problems in pre- and elementary school children”, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 43, 2008, pp. 196-196.
Beelmann, A., Lösel, F., Stemmler, M., Jaursch, S.: Social-information-processing as risk and protective factor for antisocial behavior problems in pre- and elementary school children. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY. 43, 196-196 (2008).
Beelmann, Andreas, Lösel, Friedrich, Stemmler, Mark, and Jaursch, Stefanie. “Social-information-processing as risk and protective factor for antisocial behavior problems in pre- and elementary school children”. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY 43.3-4 (2008): 196-196.