“It’s me”: Assessing Self-blame and Peer Victimization during the High School Transition

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School transitions may appear to be a fresh start, yet peer victimization peaks during transition years (Pellegrini & Long, 2002). Given that victimization is associated with anxiety and depression (Moore et al., 2017), it is important to understand what contributes to increased victimization. A promising contributor is how victims explain the cause of their treatment. Self-blame implies an intern...

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