Monthly Archives: January 2011

Is aggression adaptive?

Sticking with the aggression theme from my last post on bullying, I’ve just read an early-view article in Aggressive Behavior by some evolutionary psychologists at Binghamton University which is theoretically very interesting. Gallup, O’Brien and Wilson show that aggression in … Continue reading

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Strategies that help children who are bullied

The Youth Voice Project has produced some interesting research on strategies that children find effective (or more commonly, ineffective) against bullying. This was quite a big survey (13000 students were interviewed in 12 US states) so the results should be … Continue reading

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