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    What are longitudinal and bidirectional associations between prosocial and problem behaviors? (100 words)

    What are the longitudinal direct links between prosocial behavior and problem behaviors toward strangers? (100)

    What are indirect relations between friends and family via maternal warmth/ support based on a relational approach to prosocial behavior? (100 words)

    How does social support seeking and rumination interact to predict depression and anxiety symptoms in early adolescents? (100 words)

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    What are longitudinal and bidirectional associations between prosocial and problem behaviors? (100 words)

    The associations between antisocial and problem behaviors are well established whereas prosocial behavior has actually lessened problem behaviors. When children display prosocial behaviors toward their parents, immediate family, and family friends who they interact with on a constant basis, research has shown that they engage in less problematic behaviors. Therefore, prosocial behavior is actually linked to good behavior in children in contrast to antisocial behavior, which has been linked to problem behaviors and even criminal activity later in life. The bidirectional association is predicated upon positive experiences through family actions that transfer toward the child who subsequently incorporates a prosocial stance that limits problem behaviors.

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