Impact of Bullying in Childhood on Adult Health, Wealth, Crime, and Social Outcomes


Date of publication:  19 Aug 2013 Authors:  Dieter Wolke William E. Copeland Adrian Angold and E. Jane Costello

The information represent the assessment of Children’s psychological problems  or exposure to abuse and they impact on their functioning decades later in adulthood. There is little information, however, about the long-term effects of problematic peer relationships, although schoolchildren spend more time, at school or out of school, with their peers than with their parents.

The document is a population-based study of three cohorts of children, aged 9, 11, and 13 at intake, recruited from 11 counties in western North Carolina in 1993 using a multi-stage-household, equalprobability/accelerated-cohort design.

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