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  • Study examines what factors may predict intervention to stop bullies

    New research by Dorothy Espelage, a professor of educational psychology in the College of Education, indicates that boys are less likely than girls to intervene to protect bullying victims, especially if their friends engage in high levels of bullying perpetration.

    New research by Dorothy Espelage, a professor of educational psychology in the College of Education, indicates that boys are less likely than girls to intervene to protect bullying victims, especially if their friends engage in high levels of bullying perpetration.

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