Year: 2003 Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, v.48, no.9, (October 2003), p.583-590 SIEC No: 20031287

With regard to the conclusions that can be drawn from this work, the authors consider 1) how being victimized & bullying others have been conceptualized; 2) the kinds of conseqences examined; 3) the research designs & modes of analysis that have been employed to define the relation between involvement in bully-victim problems & possible consequences for the participants; & 4) relevant empirical studies. (53 refs)