Abstract：Objective To examine the mediating role of hope in the relation between peer victimization and depression, and whether this mediating process is moderated by children's emotional regulation. Methods A total of 765 fifth- to eighth-grade students completed the peer victimization scale, the self-regulation scale, the children's hope scale, and the children's depression inventory. Results ① Boys had higher scores on peer victimization than girls; primary school students had higher scores on emotion regulation and hope, but lower scores on depression than junior high school students. ② Peer victimization was positively correlated with depression, negatively correlated with Children's emotional regulation and hope. ③ The effects of peer victimization on children's depression were partially mediated by children's hope, and emotional regulation moderated this mediation effect. Emotional regulation can buffer the negative effect of peer victimization on hope. Conclusion Peer victimization indirectly affects children's depression through its negative association with hope, and emotional regulation moderates this mediation effect.
向碧华，刘俊升. 儿童中晚期同伴侵害与抑郁的关系：希望感和情绪调节的中介与调节作用[J]. 教育生物学杂志, 2017, 5(3): 131-.
XIANG Bihua, LIU Junsheng. Association between peer victimization and depression during middle and late childhood: mediating and moderating roles of hope and emotional regulation. JOURNAL OF BIO-EDUCATION, 2017, 5(3): 131-.