Claire P. Monks
Claire P. Monks
Professor of Developmental Psychology, University of Greenwich
Verified email at gre.ac.uk
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Bullying in different contexts: Commonalities, differences and the role of theory
CP Monks, PK Smith, P Naylor, C Barter, JL Ireland, I Coyne
Aggression and violent behavior 14 (2), 146-156, 2009
4332009
Definitions of bullying: Age differences in understanding of the term, and the role of experience
CP Monks, PK Smith
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 24 (4), 801-821, 2006
3962006
Psychological correlates of peer victimisation in preschool: Social cognitive skills, executive function and attachment profiles
CP Monks, PK Smith, J Swettenham
Aggressive Behavior: Official Journal of the International Society for …, 2005
2612005
Aggressors, victims, and defenders in preschool: Peer, self-, and teacher reports
CP Monks, PK Smith, J Swettenham
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (1982-), 453-469, 2003
2192003
The emergence of cyberbullying: A survey of primary school pupils’ perceptions and experiences
CP Monks, S Robinson, P Worlidge
School Psychology International 33 (5), 477-491, 2012
1842012
Unjustified aggression in preschool
C Monks, R Ortega Ruiz, E Torrado Val
Aggressive Behavior: Official Journal of the International Society for …, 2002
1522002
Agresividad injustificada entre preescolares
RO Ruiz, C Monks
Psicothema 17 (3), 453-458, 2005
1392005
Bullying in different contexts
CP Monks, I Coyne
Cambridge University Press, 2011
1262011
Peer victimization in multicultural schools in Spain and England
CP Monks, R Ortega-Ruiz, AJ Rodríguez-Hidalgo
European Journal of Developmental Psychology 5 (4), 507-535, 2008
1182008
Concepts of bullying: Developmental and cultural aspects
PK Smith, CP Monks
APublic HEALTH CONCERN, 3, 2008
832008
Physical dating violence in Spain and the United Kingdom and the importance of relationship quality
C Viejo, CP Monks, V Sanchez, R Ortega-Ruiz
Journal of interpersonal violence 31 (8), 1453-1475, 2016
732016
The emergence of cyberbullying in childhood: Parent and teacher perspectives
CP Monks, J Mahdavi, K Rix
Psicología Educativa 22 (1), 39-48, 2016
672016
Cool and hot executive function as predictors of aggression in early childhood: Differentiating between the function and form of aggression
SE Poland, CP Monks, S Tsermentseli
British journal of developmental psychology 34 (2), 181-197, 2016
582016
Impacto de la actividad lúdica en el desarrollo de la competencia social
EMR Félix, RO Ruiz, CP Monks
International Journal of Psychology and Psychological Therapy 8 (2), 193-202, 2008
552008
A cross-national comparison of aggressors, victims and defenders in preschools in England, Spain and Italy
CP Monks, A Palermiti, R Ortega, A Costabile
The Spanish Journal of Psychology 14 (1), 133-144, 2011
452011
Executive function and theory of mind as predictors of aggressive and prosocial behavior and peer acceptance in early childhood
SE O'Toole, CP Monks, S Tsermentseli
Social Development 26 (4), 907-920, 2017
432017
The social relationships of children involved in bully/victim problems at school
CP Monks, PK Smith, RSL Mills, S Duck
282000
The emotional responses of victims of cyberbullying: Worry and indifference
R Ortega, P Elipe, CP Monks
BJEP Monograph Series II, Number 9-Psychology and antisocial behaviour in …, 2013
272013
A history of research into bullying
CP Monks, I Coyne
Bullying in different contexts, 1-11, 2011
272011
Students' perceptions of the effect of social media ostracism on wellbeing
R Smith, J Morgan, C Monks
Computers in Human Behavior 68, 276-285, 2017
262017
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