Bullying perpetration and victimization as predictors of delinquency and depression in the Pittsburgh Youth Study

@inproceedings{Farrington2011BullyingPA,
  title={Bullying perpetration and victimization as predictors of delinquency and depression in the Pittsburgh Youth Study},
  author={David P. Farrington and Rolf Loeber and Rebecca Stallings and Maria M. Ttofi},
  year={2011}
}
Purpose – School bullying is an important social problem with serious consequences. Many studies suggest that involvement in bullying (as a perpetrator or a victim) is associated with undesirable short-term effects on the physical and psychological health of children and with undesirable long-term effects on their future psychosocial adjustment as adults. The purpose of this paper is to investigate whether bullying perpetration predicts later criminal offending and whether bullying… CONTINUE READING

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