Peer victimization is the experience among children of being a target of the aggressive self-esteem, both which will impact their future adult life; for this reason, most of the research on peer victimization focuses on this age group. They are.
The authors examined the potential long-term effects of peer victimization experiences during childhood on attachment quality in current adult.
The study of peer victimization has drawn together re- searchers, parents, teachers, and health professionals around the world in an effort to make change.
Peer Victimization during Middle Childhood as a Marker of Attenuated Risk for Adult Arrest. Schwartz D(1), Lansford JE(2), Dodge KA(2), Pettit GS(3), Bates.
This study examined memories of peer victimization by eliciting narratives from university students (N = ) about one previous experience of peer.