Developmental trends in peer victimization and emotional distress in LGB and heterosexual youth.

@article{Robinson2013DevelopmentalTI,
  title={Developmental trends in peer victimization and emotional distress in LGB and heterosexual youth.},
  author={Joseph Paul Robinson and Dorothy L Espelage and Ian Rivers},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={2013},
  volume={131 3},
  pages={423-30}
}
OBJECTIVES This study had 2 objectives: Our first objective was to provide the first evidence of developmental trends in victimization rates for lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB)- and heterosexual-identified youth, both in absolute and relative terms, and to examine differences by gender. Our second objective was to examine links between victimization, sexual identity, and later emotional distress. METHODS Data are from a nationally representative prospective cohort study of youth in England… CONTINUE READING
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