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Teaching kids social responsibility – like how to settle fights and ask for help – can reduce school bullying

By Jonathan B. Santo, Professor of Psychology, University of Nebraska Omaha
Josafa da Cunha, Professor of Educational Psychology, Universidade Federal do Paraná (Brazil)
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Schools that encourage their students to care for their classmates’ feelings and to peacefully resolve conflicts with their peers can lower incidents of bullying, according to our peer-reviewed study published in the International Journal of Behavioral Development in June 2021.

We surveyed 1,850 Brazilian schoolchildren…

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