Journal of the American Medical Association

www.NoBullying.com wrote about an article which was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).

They wrote that it says that 80% of the youth who commit suicide do this because of peer victimization and bullying.

I searched that article, but I didn’t find that specific quote. I don’t know how these articles have to be interpreted.

PDF file icon Bullied children and psychosomatic problems: a meta-analysis by Dr. Gianluca Gini (Ph. D. which?) and Dr. Tiziana Pozzoli (Ph. D. which?) (802.1 K, 12 pages).

PDF file icon Relationship between peer victimization, cyberbullying, and suicide in children and adolescents by Dr. Mitch van Geel (Ph. D. which?), Dr. Paul Vedder (Ph. D. which?) and Dr. Jenny Tanilon (Ph. D. which?) (127.9 K, 8 pages).

PDF file icon Peer victimization, cyberbullying, and suicide risk in children and adolescents by Dr. Gianluca Gini (Ph. D. which?) and Dr. Dorothy Espelage (Ph. D. which?) (95.7 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Suicidal ideation and school bullying experiences after controlling for depression and delinquency by Dr. Dorothy Espelage (Ph. D. which?) and Dr. Melissa Holt (Ph. D. which?) (235.2 K, 5 pages).

 

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