Longitudinal Associations Between Cyberbullying Involvement and Adolescent Mental Health.

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Fahy, A. E.; Stansfeld, S. A.; Smuk, M.; Smith, N. R.; Cummins, S.; Clark, C.;

PURPOSE: Cyberbullying differs from face-to-face bullying and may negatively influence adolescent mental health, but there is a lack of definitive research on this topic. This study examines longitudinal associations between cyberbullying involvement and adolescent ment... View more
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