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  • Child bullies are prone to sexual violence as adolescents, study shows

    New research by Dorothy Espelage, a professor of educational psychology, indicates that boys and girls who bully others are more likely to engage in sexual violence as adolescents. Espelage is among the experts invited back to Washington, D.C., for the second national bullying summit in September.

    New research by Dorothy Espelage, a professor of educational psychology, indicates that boys and girls who bully others are more likely to engage in sexual violence as adolescents. Espelage is among the experts invited back to Washington, D.C., for the second national bullying summit in September.

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      New research by Dorothy Espelage, a professor of educational psychology, indicates that boys and girls who bully others are more likely to engage in sexual violence as adolescents. Espelage is among the experts invited back to Washington, D.C., for the second national bullying summit in September.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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