Institute of Medicine, National Research Council to Study the Effects of Peer Victimization
Institute of Medicine, National Research Council to Study the Effects of Peer Victimization
 
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March 2015

The Institute of Medicine and National Research Council will convene an ad hoc committee to conduct a consensus study and produce a comprehensive report on the state of the science on the biological and psychosocial consequences of peer victimization and the risk and protective factors that either increase or decrease peer victimization behavior and consequences. The study committee will review the relevant research and practice-based literatures on peer victimization from early childhood through adolescence. A full description of the study’s statement of task, sponsors, roster of committee members and staff team, and the signup for a listserv for future communications on the study can be found here

 
 
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