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Youth Bullying Prevention & Intervention: Research-Informed Strategies

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Resources from the National Register’s Clinical Webinar Series

Social-Ecology & School-Based Prevention (Espelage & Swearer, 2003; Espelage, 2012, 2014)

Exposure to Violence Study (Espelage, 1998; Low & Espelage, 2014)

Social Network Analysis Study (Birkettt & Espelage, 2014; Espelage, Holt, & Henkel, 2003; Espelage, Green, & Wasserman, 2007; Espelage, Green, & Polanin, 2012)

Sexual Harassment, Dating Violence, & Bullying Studies (Holt & Espelage, 2003; Holt & Espelage, 2005; Espelage & Holt, 2006; Espelage, Basile, & Hambuger, 2012, 2014)

Theory of Mind, Empathy, & Peer Relations (Espelage et al., 2004; Mayberry & Espelage, 2006)

Sexual Violence, & Bullying (Poteat & Espelage, 2006; Espelage et al., 2008; Espelage et al., 2012)

Youth & Mental Health Outcomes (Espelage, Aragon, Birkett, & Koenig, 2008; Poteat, Espelage, & Koenig, 2009; Birkett, Espelage, & Koenig, 2009; Robinson & Espelage, 2012, 2013)

Students with Disabilities – Victimization & Psychological Correlates & SEL prevention (Rose et al., 2010; Rose & Espelage, 2012; Espelage, Rose, & Polanin, 2015)

School Climate, Academic Engagement (Espelage et al., 2014, 2015)

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