Identifying children at risk for being bullies in the United States.

  title={Identifying children at risk for being bullies in the United States.},
  author={Rashmi Shetgiri and Hua Lin and Glenn Flores},
  journal={Academic pediatrics},
  volume={12 6},
OBJECTIVE To identify risk factors associated with the greatest and lowest prevalence of bullying perpetration among U.S. children. METHODS Using the 2001-2002 Health Behavior in School-Aged Children, a nationally representative survey of U.S. children in 6th-10th grades, bivariate analyses were conducted to identify factors associated with any (once or twice or more), moderate (two to three times/month or more), and frequent (weekly or more) bullying. Stepwise multivariable analyses… CONTINUE READING


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