Vulnerability to bullying in children with a history of specific speech and language difficulties

@article{Lindsay2008VulnerabilityTB,
  title={Vulnerability to bullying in children with a history of specific speech and language difficulties},
  author={G. Lindsay and J. Dockrell and Clare Mackie},
  journal={European Journal of Special Needs Education},
  year={2008},
  volume={23},
  pages={1 - 16}
}
This study examined the susceptibility to problems with peer relationships and being bullied in a UK sample of 12‐year‐old children with a history of specific speech and language difficulties. Data were derived from the children’s self‐reports and the reports of parents and teachers using measures of victimisation, emotional and behavioural difficulties, prosocial development and self‐esteem, together with measures of the children’s language development. Similar prevalence rates for… Expand
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