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A Survey of the Nature and Extent of Bullying in Junior/Middle and Secondary Schools.
Summary As part of a survey service developed to assess bullying in schools, anonymous questionnaires were given to over 6,000 pupils in 17 junior/middle and seven secondary schools in the SheffieldExpand
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Comprehensive Classification of Retinal Bipolar Neurons by Single-Cell Transcriptomics
Patterns of gene expression can be used to characterize and classify neuronal types. It is challenging, however, to generate taxonomies that fulfill the essential criteria of being comprehensive,Expand
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Bullying in schools: Mainstream and special needs
The school bully has always been with us. Many examples appear in the literature, some portrayals of which have not fully conveyed the true horror that sustained intimidation can bring to the victim.Expand
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Bullying of children with special needs in mainstream schools
In Vol. 7 No. 1 of Support for Learning we reported the initial findings of research into bullying conducted by Peter Smith and his colleagues at Sheffield University. Now, two years on, the teamExpand
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Ethnic differences in experiences of bullying: Asian and white children
The specific role of ethnicity in the experience of bullying was examined, with a sample of 33 pairs of Asian and white children, matched for gender, age, and school. Each child was interviewedExpand
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Spatial patterning of cholinergic amacrine cells in the mouse retina
The two populations of cholinergic amacrine cells in the inner nuclear layer (INL) and the ganglion cell layer (GCL) differ in their spatial organization in the mouse retina, but the basis for thisExpand
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Single-Cell Profiles of Retinal Ganglion Cells Differing in Resilience to Injury Reveal Neuroprotective Genes
Neuronal types in the central nervous system differ dramatically in their resilience to injury or other insults. Here we studied the selective resilience of mouse retinal ganglion cells (RGCs)Expand
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Independent genomic control of neuronal number across retinal cell types.
The sizes of different neuronal populations within the CNS are precisely controlled, but whether neuronal number is coordinated between cell types is unknown. We examined the covariance structure ofExpand
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Mental health needs and services for severely troubled and troubling young people including young offenders in an N.H.S. region.
Penal, social services, special education and health agencies in one National Health Service Region were screened for severely troubled and troublesome young people in need of mental health services.Expand
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