Associations between peer victimization, fear of future victimization and disrupted concentration on class work among junior school pupils
AffiliationUniversity of Chester ; Keele University ; University of Chester
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AbstractThis article discusses a study of 485 pupils aged 10-11 (from 11 junior schools in the UK) and levels of, and associations between, physical, verbal, and social exclusion victimization, fear of future victimization, and disrupted classroom concentration.
CitationBritish Journal of Educational Psychology, 2008, 78(3), pp. 473-489
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