Tag Archive: bullying

Anatomy of Alpha Children (FA Retro)

I Want to Hold Your Hand (Crushes)

Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk with Dr. Gordon Neufeld about chronically inflexible, bossy, defiant kids and those who need to be the boss.

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Anatomy of Alpha Children (Episode 151)

Alpha Children

Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk with Dr. Gordon Neufeld about chronically inflexible, bossy, defiant kids and those who need to be the boss.

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Have your kids witnessed bullying?

Researchers have found that bystanders may be invisible victims of bullying.

Anatomy of Three Things (Episode 97)

Psychologists talk about recent research, including the impact of witnessing bullying, the effects of having kids on life satisfaction, and the language couples use.

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Do the victims of bullying remain victims?

Researchers report that girls are more likely to remain victims of bullying than boys.

Being Bullied in Childhood Associated With Psychotic Symptoms Among Pre-Teens

CHICAGO—Children who are consistently victimized by peers appear more likely to develop psychotic symptoms in early adolescence, according to a report in the May issue of Archives of General Psychiatry, one of the JAMA/Archives journals. Some psychosis-like symptoms such as hallucinations and delusions are commonly experienced in childhood and adulthood, according to background information in…

Four Tips to Reduce Social Bullying

When children are bullied, parents or teachers used to help them cope by explaining that bullies have their own emotional issues that lead to their negative behaviour. This coping strategy probably isn’t as common as it once was, with good reason: Not all bullies feel bad. In fact, some kinds of bullying seems to buffer…

Boys who bully girls

A new study published in the International Journal of Behavioral Development examined the social status of bullies and their victims. Several interesting results come out of their data. First, bullies were generally disliked, indicated by children’s ratings of who they “Liked Most” and “Liked Least” to play with. However, some bullies were perceived as being…