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Almost everyone experiences or witnesses bullying—and it is common at both school and the workplace.

The harmful effects of bullying include experiencing more physical symptoms and illnesses, reduced workplace productivity, poor school performance, and lowered self-esteem. In extreme cases, bullying has been linked to violence and suicide. Fortunately, there are ways to help bullies learn better ways of interacting; to help those who are bullied learn strategies for coping with bullies; and to help witnesses learn to stand up to bullies and deprive them of an audience.

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Coping with Cyberbullying: The Use of Technology to Terrify

We know that bullies come in all sizes and can be found in many places – playgrounds, cafeterias, sports teams, college dorms, even workplaces. In the last ten years of advanced technology there is a new hiding place for a destructive and often lethal bully – cyber space.

What is Cyberbullying?

Thinking About Teasing– Something I’ve Never Thought Much About

Because I saw it recommended in a post on Bob Sutton's great blog, Work Matters, I picked up a copy of David Dunning's book, Read more



Debbie's son Jeff took his own life as a freshman in high school. He had been bullied relentlessly for two years in 7th and...

Kenneth Dodge Ph.D.

Dr. Dodge is the William McDougall Professor of Public Policy Studies and Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke University. He grew up in...

Marc Brackett, Ph.D.

Dr. Brackett is a Research Scientist in the Department of Psychology at Yale University. He is also the Deputy Director of Yale’s Health, Emotion,...

Jaana Juvonen, Ph.D.

Dr. Juvonen conducts research on young adolescent peer relationships. A central goal of her work is to understand how groups respond to “different” others....

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