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Bullying, Social Cognition, and Suicide: A Lifespan Approach


  • Different forms and functions of bullying
  • Overview of bullying implications across the lifespan
  • Red flags to look out for in bullying victims
  • Review prevailing theories on suicide and associated social cognition
    • Focus on thwarted belonging, perceived burdensomeness, and loneliness
  • Review how suicidal thought patterns may be affected by bullying victimization
  • Bullying prevention within schools and the workplace
  • Cyberbullying prevention
Presented by Sara Goldstein, PhD Professor at The University of Delaware

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