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From the Publisher"Both undergraduate and graduate students and researchers in education, child psychology, developmental psychology, and social psychology would find the book, or particular chapters, useful as they explore the nature of peer groups in educational settings.
Researchers in psychology will become better aware of the many facets of school and classroom life that should be considered when studying children in the classroom context". (PsycCritiques, 8 December 2010)
"The experiences of schoolchildren with their peer groups and the implications for social, personal and intellectual development are considered here, as Howe reviews and integrates literature relating to classroom and out-of-class settings. The text is intended to address psychologists' and educationalists' research concerns, as well as the practical concerns of teachers, parents, counsellors and policymakers." (Times Higher Education, November 2010)