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  • Illinois researchers develop social sensing game to detect classroom bullies

    A computer sensing game developed by Illinois alumnus Juan F. Mancilla-Caceres (pictured) and faculty members Eyal Amir, computer science, and Dorothy Espelage, educational psychology, effectively identifies bullying behavior among players.

    A computer sensing game developed by Illinois alumnus Juan F. Mancilla-Caceres (pictured) and faculty members Eyal Amir, computer science, and Dorothy Espelage, educational psychology, effectively identifies bullying behavior among players.

    Photo by Sara Estrada-Villalta

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  • To reach Juan F. Mancilla-Caceres, call 217-721-8610; email mancill1@illinois.edu or jmancil@microsoft.com Dorothy Espelage, call 217-766-6413; email espelage@illinois.edu
    The paper, “A Computer Game-Based Method for Studying Bullying and Cyberbullying,” is available online.