Suicidal ideation among adolescent school children, involvement in bully-victim problems, and perceived social support

  • Rigby K
  • Slee P
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Abstract

Relationships among suicidal ideation, involvement in bully-victim problems at school, and perceived social support were investigated with samples of adolescent students (N = 1103 and N = 845) attending secondary school in South Australia. Results obtained from self-reports and peer nomination procedures to identify bullies and victims indicated that involvement in bully-victim problems at school, especially for students with relatively little social support, was significantly related to degree of suicidal ideation.

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  • K Rigby

  • P Slee

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