Megan Eliot

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This study investigated the relations between student perceptions of support and student willingness to seek help for bullying and threats of violence in a sample of 7318 ninth-grade students from 291 high schools who participated in the Virginia High School Safety Study. Hierarchical linear modeling indicated that students who perceived their teachers and(More)
The School Climate Bullying Survey (Cornell & Sheras, 2003) is a self-report survey used to measure attitudes and behaviors associated with school bullying. Two studies were conducted to examine the valid use of its three school climate scales: (a) Prevalence of Teasing and Bullying, (b) Aggressive Attitudes, and (c) Willingness to Seek Help. In Study 1,(More)
This study investigated the influence of parental attachment on peer bullying in 110 sixth grade students. Bullying behavior was identified using both self-report and peer nomination measures. Path analyses indicated that aggressive attitudes mediate a relationship between insecure attachment and bullying. These findings can inform school-based intervention(More)
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