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Thursday, October 10, 08:19PM  by:shuri
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source How bullying may shape adolescent brains
Long-term changes to the brain’s structure and chemistry are an indicator “of how sinister bullying is” says Tracy Vaillancourt, a developmental psychologist at the University of Ottawa.