Risk and protective factors identified for bullied kids

A new study from the University of Minnesota, published in a special issue of the Journal of Adolescent Health, and reported in EurekAlert, has identified both risk and protective factors for suicidality among bullied children and youth.  Implications for better screening and for the role adults play in students’ lives are promoted by the authors, who see bullying as a public health problem.

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