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Research Article

Attachment to Parents and Peers as a Parameter of Bullying and Victimization

Table 1

Descriptive statistics and correlation coefficients between bullying, victimization, and quality of relationship with parents and peers.

ConstructMeanSDAlpha 1234567891011

(1) Bullying13.835.93.82.45**−.27**−.27**.24**−.17**−.16**.28**−.34**−.30**.15**
(2) Victimization14.726.07.79−.22**−.17**.29**−.23**−.22**.32**−.46**−.32**.26**
(3) Mother trust43.**−.50**.56**.49**−.37**.37**.31**.13**
(4) Mother communication37.406.40.67−.53**.44.57**−.36**.37**.32**.11
(5) Mother alienation10.174.29.61−.31**−.38**.61**−.29**−.19**.32**
(6) Father trust42.546.09.72.73**−.37**.32**.29**−.14**
(7) Father communication35.987.35.64−.45**.33**.33**−.13*
(8) Father alienation10.014.04.60−.27**−.19**.36**
(9) Peers trust40.789.65.68.83**−.13*
(10) Peers communication28.368.40.69.04
(11) Peers alienation16.534.27.63

P < .05 and **P < .01.

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