Social defeat as a stressor in humans

@article{Bjrkqvist2001SocialDA,
  title={Social defeat as a stressor in humans},
  author={K. Bj{\"o}rkqvist},
  journal={Physiology \& Behavior},
  year={2001},
  volume={73},
  pages={435-442}
}
Studies on social defeat in humans, and their similarities with studies on social defeat in animals are reviewed. Studies on social defeat in humans typically are conducted as a branch of social psychology, most often focusing on bullying in schools and in workplaces. Victims of bullying are known to suffer from depression, anxiety, sociophobia, loss of self-esteem, psychosomatic diseases, and other behavioral symptoms. On the other hand, animal studies on social defeat, usually based on the… Expand
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