Monday
Jan302012

Cyberbullying Victims Have High Rate of Depression

According to a report by National Institutes of Health researchers, youths who are cyberbullying victims have higher rates of depression than those who bully them. This may not be surprising, but what is surprising is that this differs somewhat from traditional non-cyber bullying. In traditional bullying, those who are both bullied and who bully have a higher rate of depression than those who are just victims of traditional bullying. Source: National Institutes of Health.

Monday
Jan302012

One in Five Experience Cyberbullying

According to the most recent study conducted by the Cyberbullying Research Center in 2010, one in five students surveyed reported having been cyberbullied. The study compiles the results of 37 schools. Source: Cyberbullying Research Center.

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