School programs targeting bullying were associated with more cases of physical and emotional bullying among students, U.S. researchers found. Through these interventions, "the students become highly exposed to what a bully is and they know what to do or say when questioned by parents or teachers," lead author Seokjin Jeong, a researcher from the University of Texas in Arlington, said in a statement.
Antibullying campaigns in schools can have unintended negative outcomes
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