Stability of peer victimization in early adolescence: effects of timing and duration.

@article{Rueger2011StabilityOP,
  title={Stability of peer victimization in early adolescence: effects of timing and duration.},
  author={Sandra Yu Rueger and Christine K. Malecki and Michelle Kilpatrick Demaray},
  journal={Journal of school psychology},
  year={2011},
  volume={49 4},
  pages={443-64}
}
The current study investigated the stability of peer victimization and the impact of the timing and duration of victimization on psychological and academic outcomes for boys and girls on a sample of 863 middle school students. Results demonstrated strong support for the onset hypothesis and concurrent effects of maladjustment in anxiety, depression, self-esteem, poor school attitude, GPA, and attendance. Support for the cessation hypothesis was mixed, depending on the outcome and gender: boys… CONTINUE READING
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