Bullying and Substance Use in Children and Adolescents

@article{Dur2013BullyingAS,
  title={Bullying and Substance Use in Children and Adolescents},
  author={Vanessa Dur and Jenna M. Hennessey and Daniel S. Wells and Laura M. Crothers and Jered B. Kolbert and John Lipinski and Tammy L Hughes},
  journal={Journal of Addiction Research and Therapy},
  year={2013},
  volume={4},
  pages={1-6}
}
Both substance use and bullying tend to be pervasive and potentially dangerous problems that are experienced by children and adolescents. However, little is known about the connection, if any, between these two behaviors. In this paper, the hypothesized relationship between substance use and bullying are discussed as well as possible risk and protective factors. Also, future directions of research are proposed as both researchers and schools try to better understand both bullying and substance… Expand
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