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.
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.