Is a history of school bullying victimization associated with adult suicidal ideation?: a South Australian population-based observational study.

@article{Roeger2010IsAH,
  title={Is a history of school bullying victimization associated with adult suicidal ideation?: a South Australian population-based observational study.},
  author={Leigh S Roeger and Stephen Allison and Rebecca Korossy-Horwood and Kerena A. Eckert and Robert D. Goldney},
  journal={The Journal of nervous and mental disease},
  year={2010},
  volume={198 10},
  pages={728-33}
}
The objective of this research was to determine whether a history of school bullying victimization is associated with suicidal ideation in adult life. A random and representative sample of 2907 South Australian adults was surveyed in Autumn, 2008. Respondents were asked "When you were at school, did you experience traumatic bullying by peers that was particularly severe, for example, being frequently targeted or routinely harassed in any way by 'bullies'?" Depression was determined by the mood… CONTINUE READING

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