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Peer victimization in schools: 2 studies explore types and repercussions

(Society for Research in Child Development) Two new studies explore peer victimization in school settings. Study one analyzed research in 17 countries and identified different types of common victimization, while study two looked at how victimization relates to how a child's stress response system develops.
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