Bullies and victims at school: Are they the same pupils?

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The Emotional Reactions of School Bullies and their Victims

In the recent years, CHIMERE has been extended to be able to model atmospheric composition at all scales from urban to hemispheric scale, which implied major changes on the coordinate systems as well as on physical processes. This study describes how and why these changes have been brought to the model, largely increasing the range of its possible use. guidance on climate model strengths and weaknesses as well as more research on climate impact system functioning. The Global Energy Balance Archive (GEBA) is a database for the central storage of worldwide measured energy fluxes at the Earth’s surface, maintained at ETH Zurich (Switzerland).

The decrease in the bullying scores was significant after the group intervention. This work presents advancements of the BCC model transition from CMIP5 to CMIP6, especially in the model resolution and its physics. Compared with BCC CMIP5 models, the BCC CMIP6 model shows significant improvements in historical simulations in many aspects including tropospheric air temperature and circulation at global and regional scales in East Asia, climate variability at different timescales (QBO, MJO, and diurnal cycle of precipitation), and the long-term trend of global air temperature. Many climate models have difficulties in properly reproducing climate extremes such as heat wave conditions. We use a regional climate model with different atmospheric physics schemes to simulate the heat wave events of 2003 in western Europe and 2010 in Russia.

A new regional climate modelling system HCLIM38 is presented and shown to be applicable in different regions, ranging from the tropics to the Arctic. The main focus is on climate simulations at horizontal resolutions between 1 and 4 km, the so-called convection permitting scales, even though the model can also be used at coarser resolutions. The benefits of simulating climate at convection permitting scales are shown, and are particularly evident for climate extremes.

Moreover, a positive relationship between victimisation and social support seeking was found. Separate analyses for boys and girls and a consecutive categorical approach provide a more precise picture of the link between social coping strategies and bully/victim problems.

On suicidal thoughts, the mean score for bullies was above that of the victims, but this differencewas not significant. Girls had significantly higher mean scores than boys on both depressive symptoms and suicidal thoughts. This was the case for all pupils, and for victims, bullies and the neutral pupils. Questions of causality between depressive symptoms, suicidal thoughts and involvement in bullying are discussed and research on this issue is suggested. As part of a survey service developed to assess bullying in schools, anonymous questionnaires were given to over 6,000 pupils in 17 junior/middle and seven secondary schools in the Sheffield LEA. The results are analysed in terms of frequencies of being bullied, and bullying others; year differences; gender differences; types of bullying; where bullying occurs; whether teachers and parents are informed; and attitudes to bullying.

However, more boys than girls reported that they had bullied others. Both being bullied, and bullying others, were associated with lower HRQOL; however, being bullied was associated with the lowest scores.

  • What is needed are emulators that tell us what would have happened, if we had been able to perform as many ESM runs as we might have liked.
  • The paper examines the relationship between family functioning and the involvement of adolescent schoolchildren in bully/victim problems at school.
  • Conclusions Being involved in bullying, as a victim or a bully, is associated with lower HRQOL.
  • We highlight the need to move away from aggregated error metrics and to focus on the quality of the information that can be extracted from the model and the observation.
  • Self-reported data from a nationally representative sample of 12,514 Grade Nine South African students, who participated in the 2015 Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study, was used.
  • Olweus (1994) and Olweus and Limber (2010) also found that there was a clear trend towards less use of physical bullying in the higher grades.

The model performance is much improved at 12 h durations. Projected future increases scale with seasonal mean temperature change, within a range from a few percent to over 10 percent per degree Celsius. Studies have shown that adolescents’ involvement in bullying (as perpetrators, victims, or both) is related to more negative outcomes than noninvolvement, and a small subset of studies has connected bullying to the specific outcome of gang involvement.

The goal of this study was to develop a group therapy program involving Cognitive Behavioral techniques aiming to reduce the bullying among elementary school children and evaluate its efficacy. Fifty-four students from the 5th and 6th grades were assigned to experimental group which take cognitive behavioral therapy – CBEG (20 students), placebo control group-PCG (16 students) and non-intervention control group NICG (18 students) according to their scores based on Peer Bullying Scale child form – bully test. The group intervention was run for 13 weeks.

It is well-documented that obese children and adolescents tend to experience a variety of negative physical and psychological health consequences. Despite the association between obesity and physical and psychological well-being, few studies have examined the role of off-line and on-line forms of bullying victimization in this link. The main objective of the current study is to investigate the direct and mediating effects of traditional and cyber bullying victimization in explaining the relationship between the body mass index (BMI) and physical/psychological distress.

While all models predict a global cooling as intended, there is considerable spread between the models both in terms of radiative forcing and the climate response, largely linked to the substantial differences in the models’ representation of clouds. This study extends our previous investigation in dust-radiation interactions to investigate SRF and its feedbacks on the regional climate and the dust cycle over east Asia by use of the CAM4-BAM. Our results show that SRF increases the east Asian dust emissions significantly by 13.7 % in the spring, in contrast to −7.6 % of decreased dust emissions by DRF. Hence, a significant feature of SRF on the Tibetan Plateau can create a positive feedback loop to enhance the dust cycle over east Asia. We present a suite of nine scenarios of future emissions trajectories of anthropogenic sources for use in CMIP6.

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