- 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 »
- Anna Akana, Canon Team Up For Anti-Bullying And Suicide Prevention Campaign - Tubefilter June 29, 2016TubefilterAnna Akana, Canon Team Up For Anti-Bullying And Suicide Prevention CampaignTubefilterAkana will be featured in a video, debuting in September, that speaks to anti-bullying and suicide prevention — a cause that is extremely personal as Akana's sister, a victim of bullying, committed suicide at age 13. “The cause I'm advocating is one ...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 ...
- Autistic Student From Great Neck Discusses Bullying in Winning Essay - Patch.com June 29, 2016Patch.comAutistic Student From Great Neck Discusses Bullying in Winning EssayPatch.comIn an essay competition, Ryan explained how communities can prevent autistic and developmentally disabled people from being bullied. “People laughed at me, and mocked my physical appearance, and diagnosis of autism,” he wrote. “They called me a ...
- Morning of strikes spares teens from bullying - Sun Sentinel June 29, 2016Sun SentinelMorning of strikes spares teens from bullyingSun SentinelThe 10-day program provides youths from across the country a unique personal growth experience where they emerge as leaders through compelling sessions and presentations that target proven bullying, self-harm and suicide prevention techniques.
- 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.Motivation To Bully Others Is Regulated By Brain […]
- Delaware lawmakers try to improve anti-bullying law - Newsworks.org June 29, 2016Newsworks.orgDelaware lawmakers try to improve anti-bullying lawNewsworks.orgDelaware lawmakers moved one step closer to stop bullying and improve intervention methods in schools. The legislation, sponsored by State Sen. Margaret Rose Henry, D-Wilmington, would provide children opportunities to reform as an alternative to ...
- 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 […]
- Motivation to bully is regulated by brain reward circuits - Science Daily June 30, 2016