(Edmonton) An educational program designed to rid schools of bullying behaviour directed at students who stutter is proving effective at changing attitudes in the classroom, according to research from the University of Alberta.
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Children who are bullied in childhood are up to three times more likely to self harm up to the age of 12, a study published today on BMJ suggests.
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(HealthDay) -- Cyberbullying is different than traditional bullying, and anti-bullying programs need to use specific measures to combat online aggression, a new Canadian study says.
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or inactions? This was the key question behind recent studies led by Case Western Reserve University psychologist Julie Exline.
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Middle- and high-school students who bully their classmates are more likely than others to use substances such as cigarettes, alcohol and marijuana, a new study found.
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as both a victim and a bully are three times more likely to have suicidal thoughts by the time they reach 11 years old, according to research from the University of Warwick.
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A widely used universal behavioral prevention model in schools appears to be associated with lower rates of teacher-reported bullying and peer rejection, according to a report in the February issue of Archives of Pediatrics & ...
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(Medical Xpress) -- An accumulation of childhood adversities increases the likelihood that one becomes a bully, a new study found.
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Something is happening on playgrounds, in classrooms, in homes and in every walk of life across America. In fact, it's happening internationally.
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(Medical Xpress) -- Maybe it was the hefty eighth-grader pushing the skinny sixth-grader out of a seat on the bus, or perhaps it was a group of cheerleaders making fun of an overweight girl. Most of us can remember witnessing ...
Psychology & Psychiatry Oct 12, 2011 | 3 / 5 (2) | 1
Understanding the line between harmless teasing and abusive bullying can mean the difference between interfering parents and those who help their children overcome painful child abuse, according to the newly appointed director ...
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Many wonder why bullies bully, but a new study looks at the other side of the equation: How do children respond to bullying and why? The answer, researchers say, may lead to more effective interventions to ...
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High schools in Virginia where students reported a high rate of bullying had significantly lower scores on standardized tests that students must pass to graduate, according to research presented at the 119th Annual Convention ...
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Children who are overweight or obese are more likely to be victimised by bullying when compared to children who are not overweight.
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Children who are slapped and shouted at by their parents are more likely to bully their brothers and sisters. Findings from 'Understanding Society', a study of 40,000 UK households funded by the Economic and Social Research ...
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