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Watson, Hayley; Todorov, Natasha; Rapee, Ronald M. – Journal of School Violence, 2021
Bullying is a pervasive and debilitating issue for youth that can lead to substance abuse, worse outcomes at school, mental and physical health problems, and in some instances serious acts of school violence. There are three criteria that must be present in order to be classified as bullying: Repetition, intentionality, and imbalance of power.…
Descriptors: Bullying, Early Adolescents, Males, Student Behavior
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Goodboy, Alan K.; Martin, Matthew M. – Communication Education, 2018
In this stimulus essay on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) bullying in schools, the authors begin by describing assumptions and everyday reality that guide their orientation to this problem. They then turn to two recent surveys to explore the prevalence and meaning of bullying for LGBT youth as it pertains to issues of relational…
Descriptors: Homosexuality, Sexual Orientation, Sexual Identity, Incidence
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Lapshina, Natalia; Crooks, Claire V.; Kerry, Amanda – Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 2019
Mental health promotion programming in schools and community settings is an important part of a comprehensive mental health strategy. The goal of this study was to identify and explore meaningful classes of youth based on their pre- and post-intervention depression symptoms scores with 722 youth involved in a 15-week healthy relationships and…
Descriptors: Depression (Psychology), Mental Health, Youth Programs, Dating (Social)
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Hase, Craig N.; Goldberg, Simon B.; Smith, Douglas; Stuck, Andrew; Campain, Jessica – Psychology in the Schools, 2015
A critical debate within the field of school psychology has centered on the relationship between bullying and cyberbullying in terms of prevalence, overlap, and impact. The current study sought to address the following questions: (1) Does cyberbullying create new victims or merely a new means of victimization? (2) Does cyberbullying uniquely…
Descriptors: Middle School Students, High School Students, Bullying, Computer Mediated Communication
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Forster, Myriam; Gower, Amy L.; Gloppen, Kari; Sieving, Renee; Oliphant, Jennifer; Plowman, Shari; Gadea, Abigail; McMorris, Barbara J. – School Mental Health, 2020
Few studies have examined whether dimensions of school engagement are differentially associated with bullying victimization and perpetration, behaviors that undermine the capacity to achieve academically and increase risk for depression and school dropout. We investigated associations between affective, cognitive, and behavioral engagement upon…
Descriptors: Middle School Students, Bullying, Victims, Affective Behavior
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Facey, Danielle; Holliman, Andrew; Waldeck, Daniel; Wilson-Smith, Kevin – Psychology of Education Review, 2020
This study explores the lived experience of mainstream education, as reported by three 13- to 14-year-old pupils with social, emotional or mental health difficulties (SEMHD), who currently attend alternative provision schooling (APS). Taking a qualitative epistemological approach, the methodology chosen for this study was an interpretative…
Descriptors: Early Adolescents, Mainstreaming, Emotional Problems, Mental Disorders
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Edwards, Oliver W.; Taub, Gordon E. – School Mental Health, 2017
Children at high risk for going to school or bed hungry are also at risk to develop psychosocial problems at school. These psychosocial problems are associated with bullying. To date, no empirical studies examine the association between going to school or bed hungry (i.e., food insecurity) and bullying. Perceptions of food insecurity are aligned…
Descriptors: Psychological Patterns, Children, Childrens Attitudes, Youth
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Nickerson, Amanda B. – School Mental Health, 2019
Bullying is a pervasive problem that impacts children and youth in schools involved as perpetrators, victims, and bystanders. This paper synthesizes findings from the empirical literature, including meta-analyses, to examine the evidence for bullying prevention and intervention approaches with attention to developmental levels (preschool,…
Descriptors: Prevention, Bullying, Intervention, Preschool Children
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Midgett, Aida; Doumas, Diana M. – School Mental Health, 2019
It is well documented that bullying victimization and perpetration are associated with mental health problems, including anxiety and depressive symptoms. Although the majority of students report witnessing bullying as bystanders, very few studies have investigated whether negative consequences associated with bullying extend beyond targets and…
Descriptors: Audiences, Bullying, Anxiety, Depression (Psychology)
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Machimbarrena, J. M.; Álvarez-Bardón, A.; León-Mejía, A.; Gutiérrez-Ortega, M.; Casadiego-Cabrales, A.; González-Cabrera, J. – School Mental Health, 2019
Bullying is a worrisome reality due to its harmful consequences. Although many constructs have been associated with bullying victimization and aggressive behavior, its relationship both with loneliness and personality has received little attention. The main objective of this study is to identify differences in bullying victimization and aggressive…
Descriptors: Bullying, Psychological Patterns, Victims, Aggression
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Bistrong, Elizabeth; Bottiani, Jessika H.; Bradshaw, Catherine P. – Journal of School Violence, 2019
The response patterns of youth who witness bullying have potential to influence future occurrence and persistence of bullying behaviors. Prevention efforts have included an increased focus on bystander interventions; however, the majority of adolescents rarely intervene in bullying situations. When they do, they often display of mixed pattern of…
Descriptors: Bullying, Educational Environment, Intervention, Middle School Students
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Martínez-Cao, Clara; Gómez, Laura E.; Alcedo, Ma Ángeles; Monsalve, Asunción – Education and Training in Autism and Developmental Disabilities, 2021
Bullying and cyberbullying are problems of scientific and social interest, but research in people with intellectual disability (ID) is very scarce. The aim of this study seeks to answer: (1) What variables have been identified as risk and protective factors?; (2) What are the psychological and physical consequences?; and (3) what is the response…
Descriptors: Literature Reviews, Bullying, Computer Mediated Communication, Intellectual Disability
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Brewer, Steven L., Jr. – Education, 2017
Bullying and a hostile school culture interfere with students' academic performance. This article will examine how factors such as high-stakes testing and bullying victimization may affect the health and well-being of youth in schools. Next, the article will provide an overview of the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) model, and…
Descriptors: Bullying, High Stakes Tests, Victims, Well Being
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Williams, Susan G. – Journal of School Nursing, 2017
High school students are maturing physically, psychosocially, and sexually. Some may be unsure of their sexual orientation. The purpose of the study was to determine whether students who self-identified as homosexual-lesbian/gay, bisexual (LGB), and unsure of sexual orientation had more stressful life events (SLEs), perceived stress, bullying…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Sexual Orientation, Symptoms (Individual Disorders), School Nurses
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Fisher, Marisa H.; Lough, Emma; Griffin, Megan M.; Lane, Laurel A. – Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 2017
Background: Individuals with intellectual disability experience high rates of bullying, but it is not known how people with specific syndromes, such as Williams syndrome (WS), experience and respond to bullying. Given their behavioral profile, including hypersociability and heightened anxiety, and their risk for experiencing other forms of…
Descriptors: Intellectual Disability, Genetic Disorders, Bullying, At Risk Persons
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