Hostile attributions bias and perceived self-efficacy of adolescent bullies, victims, bully-victims, and those uninvolved in bullying

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Abstract

Presentation focuses on hostile attributions bias and perceived self-efficacy of adolescent bullies, victims, bully-victims, and those uninvolved in bullying.

Conference

ConferenceBPS Scottish Branch Annual Conference
CityPitlochry, UK
Period26/11/0428/11/04

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Keywords

  • bullying
  • threat
  • school bullying
  • victimization

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Hunter, SC, Boyle, J & Warden, D 2004, 'Hostile attributions bias and perceived self-efficacy of adolescent bullies, victims, bully-victims, and those uninvolved in bullying' Paper presented at BPS Scottish Branch Annual Conference, Pitlochry, UK, 26/11/04 - 28/11/04, .

Hostile attributions bias and perceived self-efficacy of adolescent bullies, victims, bully-victims, and those uninvolved in bullying. / Hunter, Simon C.; Boyle, James; Warden, David.

2004. Paper presented at BPS Scottish Branch Annual Conference, Pitlochry, UK, .

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