Study: Cyber-bullying victims face higher levels of depression

09/21/2010 | Washington Post, The

A U.S. study found that school children who were bullied electronically had a significantly higher level of depression compared with their bullies or with students involved in traditional bullying. Victims of cyber-bullying "may be more likely to feel isolated, dehumanized or helpless at the time of the attack" because they can't see or identify their tormentor, the researchers wrote.

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