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Best practices for missing data management in counseling psychology.
This article urges counseling psychology researchers to recognize and report how missing data are handled, because consumers of research cannot accurately interpret findings without knowing theExpand
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Cyberbullying in a Rural Intermediate School: An Exploratory Study
Students (N = 221) in an intermediate school (grades 5-8) in a rural area of the Southwestern United States completed a survey regarding their familiarity with technology and their experiences withExpand
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The Reliability and Validity of the Brief Acculturation Rating Scale for Mexican Americans-II for Children and Adolescents
This study investigated the reliability and validity of the Brief Acculturation Rating Scale for Mexican Americans-II (ARSMA-II) using two samples of Mexican American children: 292 middle schoolExpand
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US teachers' and school counsellors' strategies for handling school bullying incidents
A sample of 735 US teachers and school counsellors completed an online survey asking how likely they would be to use various strategies to respond to a hypothetical bullying incident. AnalysesExpand
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The Role of Elementary School Counselors in Reducing School Bullying
  • S. Bauman
  • Psychology
  • The Elementary School Journal
  • 1 May 2008
In this article, I review the literature on school bullying with an emphasis on elementary schools. Bullying is defined and described, 3 types of bullying are discussed, and the importance ofExpand
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Associations among bullying, cyberbullying, and suicide in high school students.
This study examined associations among depression, suicidal behaviors, and bullying and victimization experiences in 1491 high school students using data from the 2009 Youth Risk Behavior Survey.Expand
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Bullying in Schools: School Counselors' Responses to Three Types of Bullying Incidents.
School counselors responded to an Internet survey containing vignettes describing physical, verbal, and relational bullying. Respondents rated relational bullying the least serious of the threeExpand
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Victimization by Bullying and Harassment in High School: Findings from the 2005 Youth Risk Behavior Survey in a Southwestern State
ABSTRACT This study analyzed data on victimization by bullying and harassment on school property in a large, diverse, random sample of high school students in Arizona using data from the 2005 YouthExpand
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Cyberbullying: What Does Research Tell Us?
This article reviews what research has learned about cyberbullying, and the practical implications of those research findings. In general, there are few firm conclusions that can be drawn from theExpand
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To Join or Not to Join: School Counselors as a Case Study in Professional Membership
The existence of a formal professional organization is one of the characteristics of a profession (Cruess & Cruess, 1997; Greenwood, 1957; Pugh, 1989). Professional organizations advance andExpand
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