Australian study: Shorten lunchtime to curb bullying

05/15/2006 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

A six-year Edith Cowan University study of 6,000 primary students in 49 Australian schools suggests bullying may be reduced by giving children more play equipment at recess and by eliminating the lunch period's final 10 minutes, when children tend to become bored and harass each other.

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