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Date:2/22/2008

ng and other forms of early aggression.

In skills instruction, students learned how to use social and interpersonal skills to decrease the likelihood of being bullied by classmates. They also were taught ways to stand up for themselves and others, and instruction in asking for help when confronted by a bully. The goal of the training was to teach students how to use these skills to stay out of trouble, build positive relationships, make good decisions, and avoid anti-social behavior.

Understanding the consequences of bullying from both a bully and a victim perspective is emphasized in training sessions, Jenson reports. Our findings point to the importance of social and emotional skills in reducing bullying.


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University of Denver
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