|The Institute of Psychiatry at King’s College London has an article in the American Journal of Psychiatry on the longterm impact of childhood bullying. Findings include: British adults who were bullied in their childhood remained at greater risk of poor social, health, and economic outcomes decades after exposure.
|Source: American Journal of Psychiatry 18 April 2014
|Further information: Adult health outcomes of childhood bullying victimization: evidence from a five-decade longitudinal British birth cohort (PDF). 18 April 2014
|Kings College London: press release 18 April 2014