Objective\ud To study the prospective link between involvement in bullying (bully, victim, bully/victim), and subsequent suicide ideation and suicidal/self-injurious behavior, in preadolescent children in the United Kingdom.\ud \ud Method\ud A total of 6,043 children in... View more
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