Peer Victimization in Children with Learning Disabilities

  title={Peer Victimization in Children with Learning Disabilities},
  author={Audrey L. Baumeister and Eric A. Storch and Gary R. Geffken},
This study examined the nature and psychosocial correlates of peer victimization in a clinical sample of children with Learning Disabilities (LD). A total of 303 patient charts were searched at a university child psychiatry clinic, and 77 participants met LD diagnostic criteria. Data collected included the Child Behavior Checklist (which contains items assessing peer victimization), Conners Parent Rating Scale, Revised Children’s Manifest Anxiety Scale, and Children’s Depression Inventory. Peer… CONTINUE READING


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