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  • Gender, social orientation affect children's reactions to bullying

    SOCIAL STUDIES: New research by Nicole Llewellyn and Karen Rudolph suggests that children's gender, social orientation and sensitivity to social rewards and punishments may determine their responses to peer victimization. Llewellyn is a doctoral candidate and Rudolph is a faculty member, both in the department of psychology.

    SOCIAL STUDIES: New research by Nicole Llewellyn and Karen Rudolph suggests that children's gender, social orientation and sensitivity to social rewards and punishments may determine their responses to peer victimization. Llewellyn is a doctoral candidate and Rudolph is a faculty member, both in the department of psychology.

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  • To reach Nicole Llewellyn, call 217-778-9470; email nllewell@illinois.edu
    To contact Karen Rudolph, call 217-333-8624; email krudolph@illinois.edu
    The paper, “Individual and Sex Differences in the Consequences of Victimization: Moderation by Approach and Avoidance Motivation,” appears in the September issue of Developmental Psychology.