Внутригрупповое конфликтное поведение: описывающий, объясняющий и рекомендательный подходы. Программы по разрешению конфликтов и посредничеству равными по статусу лицами в начальной и средней школах: обзор исследований, страница 39

Beardslee, W., Schultz, L., & Selman, R. (1987). Levels of social-cognitive development, adaptive functioning, and DSM-III diagnosis in adolescent offspring of parents with affective-disorders: Implications of the development for the capacity for mutuality. // Developmental Psychology, 23, 807-815.

Bercovitch, J. (1989). Mediation in international disputes. / K. Kressel & D. Pruitt (Eds.), Mediation research (pp. 284-299). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Berkowitz, L.(1989). Frustration-aggression hypothesis: Examination and reformulation. // Journal Psychological Bulletin, 106, 59-73.

Berkowitz, L.,& LaPage, A.(1967). Weapons as aggression-eliciting stimuli. // Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 7, 202-207.

Berlowitz, M., & Kmitta, D. (1993). Pilot project research on conflict resolution training in an urban school setting. Paper presented at the American Educational Studies Association convention, Chicago, November.

Berndt, T., & Keefe, K. (1992). Friends' influence on adolescents' perceptions of themselves at school. / D. Schunk & J. Meece (Eds.), Student perceptions in the classroom (pp. 51-73). Hillsdale,NJ: Erlbaum.

Blake, R., & Mouton, J. (1964). The managerial grid. Houston, TX: Gulf.

Blake, R., & Mouton, J. (1979). Intergroup problem solving in organizations: From theory to practice. / W. Austin & S. Worchel (Eds.), The social psychology of intergroup relations (pp. 19-32). Monterey. CA: Brooks/Cole.

Blos, P.(1979). The adolescent passage. New York: International Universities Press. Bradley, B. (1989). Warwich Valley students learn to mediate. // NYSSBA Journal, April, 17-18.

Brett, J., Goldberg S., & Ury, W. (1990). Designing systems for resolving disputes in organizations. // American Psychologist. 45. 162-170.

Brown, R. (1992). Conflict resolution: A strategy for reducing physical confrontation in public schools. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Indiana State University.

Burrell, N., & Vogl, S. (1990). Turf-side conflict mediation for students. // Mediation Quarterly, 7, 237-250.

Burton, J.(Ed.),(1990). Conflict: Human needs theory. New York: St. Martin's Press.

Cameron, J., & Dupuis, A. (1991). The introduction of school mediation to New Zealand. // Journal of Research and Development in Education, 24(3), 1-13.

Carlson, M., Marcus-Newhall, A., & Miller, N. (1990). The effects of situational aggression cues: A quantitative review. // Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 58, 622-633.

Carnevale, P., Lim, R., & McLaughlin, M. (1989). Contingent mediator behavior and its effectiveness. / K. Kressel & D. Pruitt (Eds.), Mediation Research (pp. 213-240). Son Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Carnevale, P., & Pegnetter, R. (1985). The selection of mediation tactics in public-sector disputes: A contingency analysis. // Journal of Social Issues, 41, 65-81.

Carnevale, P.& Pruitt, D.(1992). Negotiation & mediation. Annual Review of Psychology, 43, 531-582.

Centers For Disease Control. (1992). Physical fighting among high school students-United States, 1990. // Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 41, 91.

Chatham County Dispute Settlement Program (CCDSP). (1985). Conflict managers annual report. Pittsboro. NC: Unpublished report.

Cheatham, A. (1989). Peaceful playgrounds. // Woman of Power, 10, 24-29.

Christian, T. (1989, April). School mediation: The student with the problem becomes the architect of the solution. // NYSSBA Journal, 10-12.

Cohen, S., & Wilson-Brewer, R. (1991, September). Violence prevention for young adolescents: The state of the art of program evaluation. Carnegie Council on Adolescent Development Working Paper, Washington, DC: Carnegie Corporation of New York.

Collins, W., & Laursen, B. (1992). Conflict and the transition to adolescence. / C. Shantz & W. Hartup (Eds.), Conflict in child and adolescent development (pp. 216- 241). Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.