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Associations between peer victimization, fear of future victimization and disrupted concentration on class work among junior school pupilsThis 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.
Concurrent and short-term longitudinal associations between peer victimization and school and recess liking during middle childhoodThis article discusses a study of 429 pupils (aged 9 - 11 years) in the UK which examined concurrent and short-term longitudinal associations between peer victimization (physical, malicious teasing, deliberate social exclusion, and malicious gossiping) and two measures of school adjustment (school liking and recess liking), and test if these associations were moderated by year and sex.
The social skills problems of victims of bullying: Self, peer and teacher perceptionsThis article discusses the extent to which self, peers, and teachers regard victims as having poorer social skills than non-victims across 20 behaviours/competencies. The finding that victims are percieved by three different sources to have poor social skills has implications for interventions to support victims of bullying.