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Exploring the Incremental Validity of Nonverbal
Social Aggression: The Utility of Peer Nominations
Jamilia J. Blake and Eun Sook Kim Texas A&M University
A. Michele Lease University of Georgia



       This study examined the construct validity of nonverbal social aggression and the
       relation of nonverbal social aggression to dimensions of children’s social status.
       Peer nominations of verbal social, nonverbal social, direct verbal, and physical
       aggression, as well as social dominance, perceived popularity, and social accep-
       tance, were collected from 459 elementary students. Structural equation modeling
       with
								
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