Bullying Behaviors Among US Youth

Nansel, Tonja R.; Overpeck, Mary; Pilla, Ramani S.; Ruan, W. June; Simons-Morton, Bruce; Scheidt, Peter
April 2001
JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;4/25/2001, Vol. 285 Issue 16, p2094
Academic Journal
Reports a study on the incidence of bullying among school age youth in the United States. Definition of bullying; Profiles of bullies and the bullied; Demographics; Association with psychosocial adjustment; Methods of research; Results; Conclusions.


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