2014 study published in the American Journal of Public Health showing a general decrease in bullying in recent years — but an increase in the number of students carrying weapons.
2012 and 2013 reports from Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society and the University of New Hampshire examine and consolidate the research findings of recent studies.
A 2013 longitudinal study published in the journal Psychological Science examining the long-term effects of childhood bullying on victims and perpetrators.
2012 NYU study on how LGBT victimization leads to decreased self-esteem and worse educational outcomes, including lower GPA and more absences.
2012 report from Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society on current laws as well as definitions of bullying, prevention strategies, and educational, social and legal responses.
2010 study from the University of Illinois in Infant and Child Development on the impact of friendship quality on future social skills and behaviors.
2011 longitudinal study published in the journal Developmental Psychology on the relationship between sustained violent video game play, aggression and youth.
2011 study from Duke University and King’s College London in Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry on the cognitive origins of bullying.
2011 study on gay teens and greater risk of emotional problems and negative educational outcomes.