The behaviors of boys and girls that bully can be similar, but spotting bullying among boys is much easier than it is with girls.
David P. Farrington, professor of psychological criminology at Cambridge University, says that boys that bully are more physical than girls.
Psychiatrist Ann Ruth Turkel says boys are more physical because of they way they are raised. Boys are encouraged to kick their negative feelings away, while girls are taught to avoid direct confrontation.
She also says that boys usually bully strangers or acquaintances, while girls bully within their group of friends.
Alex Schmitt, a college freshman at Michigan Tech University, talked to me about his experiences with bullying during high school.