Bullies, victims and bystanders: a method of in-school intervention and possible parental contributions.

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PubMed URL: 
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10533291
Author: 
Hoover DW
Author List: 
Smith J
Twemlow SW
Hoover DW
Journal: 
Child Psychiatry Hum Dev
PubMed ID: 
10533291
Pagination: 
29-37
Volume: 
30
Issue: 
1
Abstract: 
This study developed a method of in-school intervention that dramatically reduced the suspension rate and violence in elementary schools. It suggests that children who were not read to by their parents often become bullies and/or victims of bullies. Other parental practices, including inconsistent discipline in the home, also may be contributing factors.
Published Date: 
January, 1999

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