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Psychology News - Study Looks at Damaging Effects of Peer Exclusion

By , black-rose-bielefeld.de GuideMarch 16, 2006

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A new study published in the Journal of Educational Psychology found that children excluded by peers are more likely to suffer academically and participate less in the classroom. While educators, parents, and therapists often focus on the impact of verbal and physical bullying, this study reminds us that subtler forms of peer abuse can be equally damaging.

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