Bullying and cyberbullying don’t end when students go from high school to college, a new study finds, HealthDay reports.
“We got into looking at college students because there are studies on elementary, junior high, high school and the workplace,” Christine MacDonald, a professor of educational and school psychology at Indiana State University, said in a university news release. “There’s nothing on colleges. It doesn’t just stop when they turn 18.”
She and her colleagues found that 15 percent of college students in their study reported being bullied and nearly 22 percent reported being cyberbullied…
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