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Bullying likely to result in aggressive responses by children with disabilities

(University of Missouri-Columbia) A new study from the University of Missouri has found that children with disabilities are more likely to respond aggressively when they are bullied, not only to their bullies but to other children as well. This aggressive response often results in these children being labelled as bullies themselves, when that is not an accurate assessment of their behavior.
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