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NEW YORK -- Elementary school children who are psychologically distressed -- they feel sad most days and feel as if they do not belong at school -- are more likely to be involved in some form of bullying, investigators have found. Such children are prone to be a victim of bullying, a bully themselves, or a bully-victim -- someone who is both victimized and bullied others. Children who struggle academically are also more likely to be victims or bully-victims, according to results of the survey...
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