Most people are against bullying, so why do we have bullying? The answer is that when bullying happens individuals often do not recognize it or know what to do about it. “The Girls Guide to End Bullying” and “The Boys Guide to End Bullying” were created to address some of the problems that allow bullying to continue. Learn about these free, online curricula created for students, teachers, and parents to support bullying prevention.
Ryan E. Adams, Ph.D., is a faculty member of the Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center within the UC Department of Pediatrics. His research focuses on adolescents, peer victimization, bullying, and depressive symptoms.
Learn about the connection between peer experiences and behavioral challenges some individuals with autism may confront during adolescence. Research studies mentioned during the presentation are available to
Bullying is a significant risk factor for suicidal thoughts and behaviors in teenagers with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), according to a new study. In the study, Rachel Holden and colleagues reviewed
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