Bullying

Cyber-bullying

Cyber-Bullying

Cyber-bullying has been defined as the “intentional and overt act of aggression toward another person online” (Ybarra & Mitchell, 2004) and includes “harassment and bullying that occurs through email, chat, instant messaging, websites (blogs included), text messaging, videos or pictures posted on websites or sent through cell phones” (David-Ferdon & Hertz, 2009). Cyber-bullying a relatively new form of peer aggression and is not yet well understood in terms of its underlying risk and protective factors. Even though cyber-bullying occurs less often than traditional or non-electronic forms of bullying, it is occurring at problematic levels (Wang, Ianotti, & Nansel, 2009).

The Relationship of Bullying and Victimization to ADHD in Elementary School Children

Shouting boy

Testing Bullying Behavior against Reintegrative Shaming Theory

Ashamed

Emotional and Relational Symptoms of Adolescents’ ADHD as Risk Factors for Bullying

Adolescent males

Bullying and Victimization in ADHD and Asperger Syndrome Populations

Lonely teen

School-Based Interventions for Reducing Bullying

Teenage boys outside school