1. When angry or mad at a peer how likely are you to give him/her the “silent treatment?”
2. When angry or mad at a peer how likely are you to try to damage his/her reputation by passing on negative information?
3. When angry or mad at a peer how likely are you to try to retaliate by excluding him/her from group activities?
4. How likely are you to intentionally ignore a peer‚ until s/he agrees to do something you want them to do?
5. How likely are you to make it clear to a peer that you will think less of him/her unless they do what you want them to do?
6. How likely are you to threaten to share private information with others in order to get a peer to comply with your wishes?
7. When angry or mad at a same-sex peer‚ how likely are you to try and steal that person’s dating partner to get back at them?
This instrument can be found on pages 59- 61 of THE DIVERSE ADOLESCENT RELATIONAL AGGRESSION MEASURE:DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION. Available online at:https://dspace.uta.edu/bitstream/handle/10106/4875/Horton_uta_2502D_10589.pdf?sequence=1
a. Not at all likely/ b. Not very likely/ c. A little likely/ d. Somewhat likely/ e. Very likely
Loudin‚ J. L.‚ Loukas‚ A.‚ & Robinson‚ S. (2003). Relational aggression in collegestudents: Examining the roles of social anxiety and empathy. Aggressive Behavior‚ 29‚430-439.