Friendship Stability Across School Transition And Associations With Mental Health And Educational Attainment

This study by the University of Surrey study, published in the Journal of Educational Psychology, has found that schoolchildren who keep their same best friend as they move to secondary school get better results.

A study of 593 found “substantial instability” in their friendships as they changed schools, with only 27% keeping the same best friend. 

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