Date of Submission
Doctor of Psychology (PsyD)
Robert A DiThomaso, PhD, ABPP
Rosemary Menutti, EdD, Chairperson
Virginia Salzer, PhD
Stephen S Leff, PhD
The purpose of this study is to examine the context and occurrence of relational aggression in adolescent girls with learning disabilities, as described by their personal experiences and observations. A discussion of psychosocial adjustment and relational aggression with respect to the unique characteristics of children with learning disabilities will be presented. This study will provide a qualitative description of the social problem solving skills of children with learning disabilities as reflected in their responses to common social scenarios.
Barbone, Christine M., "Relational Aggression: What Does it Look Like and How Does it Feel for Girls with Language-Based Learning Disabilities?" (2012). PCOM Psychology Dissertations. 218.