Associations between adults' recalled childhood bullying victimization, current social anxiety, coping, and self-blame: Evidence for moderation and indirect effects
AuthorsBoulton, Michael J.
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis article discusses a study of 582 students aged 23+ years at two universities in the UK which tested for associations between adults' recall of four common subtypes of childhood bullying victimization and their current social anxiety. It also provided the first test of whether coping moderated those associations, if they were indirect effects through self-blame, and if sex differences existed.
CitationAnxiety, Stress & Coping, 2013, 26(3), pp. 270-292
PublisherTaylor & Francis
JournalAnxiety, Stress & Coping
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