Resources

Resource Year Topic Type
Project Lift Up
This study aims to examine youth bystander behavior on self-directed violence (SDV).
Bystander Behavior Project
What Youth Think About Participating in Research About Exposure to Self-directed Violence
To help reduce suicide and other forms of self-harm, research with youth and their exposure to self-directed violence is critical. Yet, we know…
2021 Bystander Behavior, Self-Directed Violence Paper
Are the Bystanders Okay? Exploring the Impact of Bystander Behavior for Self-directed Violence
The purpose of this study was to understand the range of emotions reported by youth bystanders, as well as the reactions they received from the at-…
2021 Bystander Behavior, Self-Directed Violence Paper
Technology-Based Harassment Victimization: Placement in a Broader Victimization Context
This project aims to improve current policy and practice on technology-based harassment victimization by examining it within the context of other…
2013 Technology/Internet Victimization Project
National Youth and Technology Study
This project aims to improve current policy and practice on technology-based harassment victimization by examining it within the context of other…
Technology/Internet Victimization Project
Victim reports of bystander reactions to in-person and online peer harassment: a national survey of adolescents
Jones, L. M., Mitchell, K. J., & Turner, H. A. (2015). Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 44, 2308-2320. doi:10.1007/s10964-015-0342-9
2015 Bullying, Peer and Sibling, Bystander Behavior Paper