Study says bullies show violent tendencies

04/15/2003 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The · USA Today

Children who bullied their peers were significantly more likely to carry a weapon and get in fights than children who didn't bully, according to a study by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. Children who were victims of bullying also were more apt to carry a weapon and fight than those who weren't, the study found.

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