Social Adjustment & Bullying Prevention Laboratory
The goal of the Social Adjustment and Bullying Prevention Lab is to better understand and promote healthy social adjustment among youth in order to foster psychological well-being and academic success. This is achieved through research-based school partnerships. By collaborating with schools, we gain valuable information about how individual and contextual factors influence bullying, and about which youth might be at risk for adverse psychological and educational effects of bullying and victimization. We invite you to explore the lab’s website to find out more about our specific research projects, a conference we just hosted, and more about how your school might partner with us.
For more information on our work in School Mental Health, go to the School Mental Health Lab website: www.bu.edu/schoolmentalhealth
To learn about the Peer Experiences Project, our NIJ-funded study on bias-based bullying and harassment, go to the project website: Peer Experiences Project