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Social cognitions in bullying

19 July 2019

Research indicates that in social situations such as school or work people can play a range of roles, all of which shape group interactions. For this reason, if bullying occurs there are probably several processes occurring beyond the event itself. We are investigating what people may think or feel across a range of roles in group situations where there may be bullying.
In the long run this might help to improve the ‘organizational climate’ leading to greater wellbeing.


Ethical approval

This study has been approved by the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) on July 2nd 2019

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