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August 2013

UPDATE: PREVNet researchers Dr. Tracy Vaillancourt (lead author), Dr. Patti McDougall and Dr. Shelley Hymel: Why and how the effects of bullying can last a lifetime

A study PREVNet researchers Dr. Tracy Vaillancourt (lead author), Dr. Patti McDougall, and Dr. Shelley Hymel points out that the brain experiences bullying, or "peer victimization," in much the same way it experiences physical pain.

PREVNet researcher, Dr. Tracy Vaillancourt answers "What if your child is the bully?"

PREVNet researcher, Dr. Tracy Vaillancourt says bullying behaviour is reinforced when adults do nothing to address it – inaction is complicity.

PREVNet Supports Health Minister Rona Ambrose’s leadership on Family Violence as a Public Health Issue

PREVNet Scientific Co-Director, Dr. Debra Pepler is encouraged the new Federal Health Minister shares PREVNet's view that family violence is a public health issue.

Being bullied can lead to troubles with the law later in life

PREVNet Scientific Co-Director Dr. Debra Pepler says “I don’t blame the victim in any way.”

The fine line between 'sexting' and child pornography

PREVNet researchers Dr. Andrea Slane and Professor Wayne MacKay comment on sexting, child pornography and Nova Scotia's new cyber safety law.

Dr. Wendy Craig : Nova Scotia's new cyber safety act is a good first step

PREVNet Scientific Co-Director Dr. Wendy Craig says Nova Scotia's new cyber safety act is a good first step.

Cyberbulling: sharing resources is better than legislation

 

PREVNet Scientific Co-Director Dr. Wendy Craig says sharing resources and best practices to prevent bullying is better than legislation.

PREVNet researcher discusses cyberbullying legislation on CBC Radio

Listen to PREVNEt researcher Dr. Shaheen Shariff as she discusses cyberbullying legislation on CBC Radio's The House.

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