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  Volume 60, Number 2, April 2014

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Special Issue: The Interplay Between Genetic Factors and the Peer Environment in Explaining Children's Social Adjustment

Guest Editor: Mara Brendgen

Consulting Editors

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Introduction to the Special Issue: The Interplay Between Genetic Factors and the Peer Environment in Explaining Children’s Social Adjustment

pp. 101-109

Gene–Environment Interplay Between Number of Friends and Prosocial Leadership Behavior in Children

pp. 110-141

A Quantitative Genetic Analysis of the Associations Among Language Skills, Peer Interactions, and Behavioral Problems in Childhood: Results From a Sample of Twins

pp. 142-167

Genetic and Behavioral Influences on Received Aggression During Observed Play Among Unfamiliar Preschool-Aged Peers

pp. 168-192

The Interplay Between Peer Rejection and Acceptance in Preadolescence and Early Adolescence, Serotonin Transporter Gene, and Antisocial Behavior in Late Adolescence: The TRAILS Study

pp. 193-216

MAOA, Early Experiences of Harsh Parenting, Irritable Opposition, and Bullying–Victimization: A Moderated Indirect-Effects Analysis

pp. 217-237

The Next Steps in Our Understanding of Gene–Peer Interplay: A Commentary

pp. 238-243

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