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J. Ashwin Rambaran, Ph.D.
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Peer influences on moral disengagement in late childhood and early adolescence
SCS Caravita, JJ Sijtsema, JA Rambaran, G Gini
Journal of youth and adolescence 43 (2), 193-207, 2014
2252014
Academic functioning and peer influences: A short‐term longitudinal study of network–behavior dynamics in middle adolescence
JA Rambaran, A Hopmeyer, D Schwartz, C Steglich, D Badaly, ...
Child development 88 (2), 523-543, 2017
1732017
Friendship selection and influence in bullying and defending: effects of moral disengagement.
JJ Sijtsema, JA Rambaran, S Caravita, G Gini
Developmental psychology 50 (8), 2093, 2014
1522014
The development of adolescents’ friendships and antipathies: A longitudinal multivariate network test of balance theory
JA Rambaran, JK Dijkstra, A Munniksma, AHN Cillessen
Social Networks 43 (4), 162-176, 2015
1392015
Status-based influence processes: The role of norm salience in contagion of adolescent risk attitudes
AJ Rambaran, JK Dijkstra, TH Stark
Journal of Research on Adolescence 23 (3), 574–585, 2013
912013
Bullying as a group process in childhood: A longitudinal social network analysis
JA Rambaran, JK Dijkstra, R Veenstra
Child development 91 (4), 1336-1352, 2020
822020
Overt and relational victimization and adolescent friendships: Selection, de-selection, and social influence
JJ Sijtsema, AJ Rambaran, TJ Ojanen
Social Influence 8 (2-3), 177-195, 2013
672013
Social goals and adolescent friendships: Social selection, deselection, and influence
T Ojanen, JJ Sijtsema, AJ Rambaran
Journal of Research on Adolescence 23 (3), 550-562, 2013
582013
Peer victimization in single‐grade and multigrade classrooms
JA Rambaran, MAJ van Duijn, JK Dijkstra, R Veenstra
Aggressive Behavior 45 (5), 561-570, 2019
212019
Stability and change in student classroom composition and its impact on peer victimization
JA Rambaran, MAJ van Duijn, JK Dijkstra, R Veenstra
Journal of Educational Psychology, 2019
182019
The relation between defending, (dis)liking, and the classroom bullying norm: A cross-sectional social network approach in late childhood
JA Rambaran, MAJ van Duijn, JK Dijkstra, R Veenstra
International Journal of Behavioral Development, 1-2, 2021
152021
The meeting of minds: Forging social and intellectual networks within universities
T Stark, J Rambaran, D McFarland
Sociological Science 7, 2020
142020
How do youth choose activities? Assessing the relative importance of the micro-selection mechanisms behind adolescent extracurricular activity participation
DR Schaefer, TV Khuu, JA Rambaran, D Rivas-Drake, AJ Uma˝a-Taylor
Social Networks, 2022
112022
Interpersonal racism and peer relationships: An integrative framework and directions for research
O Kornienko, JA Rambaran, D Rivas-Drake
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 80, 101414, 2022
82022
Socio-cognitive processes and peer-network influences in defending and bystanding
JA Rambaran, T Pozzoli, G Gini
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 51 (11), 2077-2091, 2022
62022
Belonging in diverse contexts: Sociability among same-ethnic and cross-ethnic peers.
JA Rambaran, AJ Hoffman, D Rivas-Drake, DR Schaefer, ...
School Psychology 37 (6), 467, 2022
42022
The classroom as context for bullying: A social network approach
JA Rambaran
ICS/University of Groningen, 2019
22019
Network-Behavior Dynamics in Bullying and Defending: A Multilevel Network Analysis of Single-Grade versus Multi-Grade Classes
J Rambaran, D McFarland, R Veenstra
Society for Research on Child Development (SRCD) 2017, 2017
2017
Who Bullies Whom?: Level and Direction in Single-and Multi-Grade Classrooms
JA Rambaran, R Veenstra, JK Dijkstra, MAJ Van Duijn
2015 SRCD Biennial Meeting, 2015
2015
The Impact of Prosocial and Antisocial Behavior on the Emergence and Stability of Positive and Negative Peer Relationships
JA Rambaran, JK Dijkstra, A Munniksma, AHN Cillessen
2015 SRCD Biennial Meeting, 2015
2015
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