Social Schemas of Mistrust, Narcissism, and Respect Linked with Social Information Processing Across Cognitive Levels

Maaike van Rest, Walter Matthys, Maroesjka van Nieuwenhuijzen, Aart Vriens, Carlo Schuengel

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Abstract

Youth repeatedly experiencing negative social interactions develop negative social schemas about the world and the self. These social schemas influence social information processing (SIP). Especially youth with mild intellectual disability (MID), who often live in multi-problem families, have a higher risk of experiencing negative social interactions in the home and school environment; they also have more SIP deficits; and externalizing behavior problems. Social schemas relations with SIP were therefore examined in youth with MID, youth with borderline intelligence (BIQ) to average intelligence (AIQ), to investigate whether social schemas relate to SIP equally across cognitive level, or possibly stronger for youth with MID.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2019
EventSRCD Biennial meeting 2019 - Baltimore, United States
Duration: 21 Mar 201923 Mar 2019

Conference

ConferenceSRCD Biennial meeting 2019
CountryUnited States
CityBaltimore
Period21/03/1923/03/19

Keywords

  • Social cognitive schemas
  • aggression
  • Mild intellectual disability
  • social information processing
  • borderline intellectual functioning

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