Global study focuses on emotional resilience to bullying

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A transnational academic research project, which also involved a team of researchers from Flinders University has found that peer aggression, harassment and victimisation are linked to emotional resilience experienced by those suffering from bullying.

Over 4 years, The Global Peer Aggression and Well-being of Adolescents study investigated in determining which group of school aged children in grade/year 6-10, depending on age and gender demographics were more or less likely to become emotionally resilient and recover from these harmful and malicious scenarios.

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