Research Findings

Simon Hunter and Sian Jones have both recently given talks incorporating some of the findings from our research project.

On March 14th,, Simon Hunter gave a talk at the University of Strathclyde, concerning the links between humour styles and loneliness, and on similarity among best friends’ humour styles.

His talk may be accessed here: LMAO? Longitudinal Relationships Between Humour and Involvement in Bullying.

Strathclyde 2013 seminar2 (1)

On March 20th, Sian Jones  presented findings at Oxford Brookes University, suggesting that the link between peer victimisation at Time 1 and depressive symptoms at Time 2 maybe partially mediated by the presence of defenders or perpetrators in one’s immediate peer network.

Her talk may be accessed here: Friends Like These: The Role of Friendship Groups in the Maintenance and Resistance of School Bullying.

Ganging Up or Sticking Together_brookesseminar

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