Emotional Responses to Bullying
Published in: Health in Action, v. 1, no. 3, Jan./Feb. 2003, p. 1
The emotional effects of bullying can manifest themselves in a variety of ways, including increased levels of anxiety, depressed mood, social withdrawal.
- Copyright: American School Health Association
- Publisher: American School Health Association
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- Pages: 1
- Document Number: EP-200301-14
- Year: 2003
- Series: External Publications
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