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A Developmental Perspective on Children and Adolescents who Bully and are Victimized by Peers
The present study examined developmental changes in the prevalence, stability, and developmental pathways associated with Bully/Victim status in order to increase our understanding of this high-risk group. In addition, ...
The Roles of School Climate and Peers in Bullying
Bullying is a serious and common problem in Canadian schools. Despite three decades of comprehensive research on this complex behavioural problem, much remains to be understood. The general purpose of the current studies ...
Thinking and Doing: Attributions and Coping of Children and Their Friends That Are Associated With the Continuity of Victimization and Bullying
Over the past three decades, childhood bullying research has developed. Although bullying was first understood as an individual problem, researchers now understand that bullying is a relationship problem. Children come to ...