- Increased Suicide Risk Among Teenagers Attributed to Bullying, Warns Study - Headlines & Global News June 30, 2016Headlines & Global NewsIncreased Suicide Risk Among Teenagers Attributed to Bullying, Warns StudyHeadlines & Global NewsAccording to recent studies, bullying is responsible for affecting the victim's life as much as the bully's. The study discovered that the risk of suicide increases for both, the bully and the victim, due to bullying. By Kanika Gupta | […]
- China's bullying instincts on display - Chicago Tribune June 30, 2016Chicago TribuneChina's bullying instincts on displayChicago TribuneFreed Hong Kong bookseller Lam Wing-kee speaks in front of his book store in Hong Kong, Saturday, June 18, 2016 as the protesters marched to the Chinese central government's liaison office. Freed Hong Kong bookseller Lam Wing-kee speaks in front of ...and more »
- With summer arriving, bullying can get worse for some - WWMT-TV June 30, 2016WWMT-TVWith summer arriving, bullying can get worse for someWWMT-TV"Keep in mind the context of bullying. One person has more power over somebody else. That always has to be present for it to be bullying," said Dr. Ajit Jetmalani, the director of child psychology at the Doernbecher Children's Hospital, in Portland.
- Motivation to bully is regulated by brain reward circuits - Science Daily June 30, 2016Science DailyMotivation to bully is regulated by brain reward circuitsScience DailyIndividual differences in the motivation to engage in or to avoid aggressive social interaction (bullying) are mediated by the basal forebrain, lateral habenula circuit in the brain, according to a study conducted at the Icahn School of Medicine at ...and more »
- Senior Physicians Report Bullying From Above and Below - Medscape June 29, 2016MedscapeSenior Physicians Report Bullying From Above and BelowMedscapeNearly half of obstetrics and gynecology consultants in the United Kingdom who responded to a survey said they had been persistently bullied or undermined on the job, according to a study published online June 20 in BMJ Open. A UK medical consultant is ...
- Animal Study Finds a Brain Circuit That Spurs Bullying - Scientific American (blog) June 29, 2016Scientific American (blog)Animal Study Finds a Brain Circuit That Spurs BullyingScientific American (blog)Bullies often like being bullies—and an entire line of research links aggressive behaviors to brain areas tied to sensations of reward—sites deep below the organ's surface with names like the ventromedial hypothalamus and the extended amygdala.and more »
- Skowhegan High School grad tells bullying story - WMTW Portland June 29, 2016WMTW PortlandSkowhegan High School grad tells bullying storyWMTW PortlandZoe spoke about some of the long-term emotional effects of bullying in hopes of making educators, parents, and other students aware of them. She also wants people to know that they are capable of stopping bullying. "More and more people are standing up ...
- Doctor Who's Christopher Eccleston Apologizes for Bullying Classmate in His Youth: 'It's Been a Great Shame' - People Magazine June 28, 2016People MagazineDoctor Who's Christopher Eccleston Apologizes for Bullying Classmate in His Youth: 'It's Been a Great Shame'People MagazineDoctor Who star Christopher Eccleston is apologizing for bullying a classmate when they were both at school together. The star got emotional during an interview with Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain as he recounted his story. "It […]
- Teen Bullies And Their Victims Both Face A Higher Risk Of Suicide - NPR June 28, 2016NPRTeen Bullies And Their Victims Both Face A Higher Risk Of SuicideNPRBullying and cyberbullying are major risk factors for teen suicide. And both the bullies and their victims are at risk. That's according to a report from the American Academy of Pediatrics that urges pediatricians and family doctors to routinely screen ...Bullying, Excessive Internet Use […]
- Teacher uses apples to deliver a powerful lesson about bullying - Today.com June 27, 2016Today.comTeacher uses apples to deliver a powerful lesson about bullyingToday.comA British teacher found a simple yet powerful way to show her students that the effects of bullying aren't always seen on the outside. Rosie Dutton, a coach at Relax Kids Tamworth in Birmingham, England, used a pair of apples to show a group of ...How […]
- Increased Suicide Risk Among Teenagers Attributed to Bullying, Warns Study - Headlines & Global News June 30, 2016