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Does bullying really exist among kindergarten children? The answer is a clear yes, because kids can learn that their behavior is rewarding and continue.
Bullying experts studied elementary school students to determine which bullying behaviors students felt the least and most confident to part take in.
Kids in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community are too often the victims of harassment. Find out how you can help stop LGBTQ bullying.
Is your child being bullied or is there another side to his story?  Practical parenting tips to help your child navigate conflict and avoid bullies.
Possible risk factors for the development of anxiety are experiences of being bullied. Experts explore research on bullying and anxiety.
A recent bullying study shows that the social environment of the classroom plays a big role in determining if elementary students report bullying.
What distinguishes cyberbullying from other forms of bullying? This articles discusses cyberbullying, the extent of the problem and what can be done about it.
What factors contribute to bullying and aggression and what strategies best promote cooperative play and positive social interaction during school recess?
Commonly held bullying myths are discussed in this article.  Myths concerning both bullies and victims.
Not all bullying is a physical behavior like punching or kicking. There are many indirect ways children are bullied.
Students perceptions of a schools social climate change if they are bullied or being a bully. Research in how different bullying roles change perception.
Bullying is a problem that can't be solved by saying 'boys will be boys' we need new strategies to combat the age old problem of bullying.
Enacting sensitive laws and polices that address bullying in U.S. schools can encourage and support effective bullying prevention and intervention programs in
Practical advice for parents, educators and caregivers on watching for warning signs of bullying behaviors and taking prompt action to stop bullies from
At least by age four, preschoolers gradually form their perceptions about their friends and peers.
Research findings presented that lead to 4 strategies parents and teachers can pass on to kids who witness bullying.
Bullying is among the most common form of aggression and victimization. Learn how to help schools manage bullying effectively.
Bullying and victimization are problematic behaviors that need intervention.
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