"I Am Not Scared" Project
Memory of agression experience at school: consequences and gender differences.
K.M. Ranf, M. J. Báguena, M. P. Toldos and M. A.Beleña.
Psicopatología Clínica, Legal y Forense, 6, 133 - 152, 2006.
Types of aggression, bullying, victimization, symptomology, post-traumatic stress
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This article presents a retrospective study with the aim of determine the main forms of aggression (physical, verbal and indirect), physical punishment and other events potentially traumatic that may have experienced a sample of university
during their school years, as well as the psychological effects that this assault had on the victim, and if there are gender differences in these two areas.
This article is of significant interest for being a retrospective study in which are measured the effects of school violence and gender differentiation. 336 participated university students between 17 and 28 years and among other results, we found that men experienced more physical aggression and punishment that women who experienced more an indirect assault, and both men and women reported the same amounts of verbal assault. In terms of psychological symptoms, most commonly the victimization were related to post-traumatic stress, depression and symptoms of hypervigilance in which women achieved scores higher than men.
University of Seville
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