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The Impact Of Peer Victimization On Adolescent Inflammatory Markers
For years, research has linked peer victimization to various outcomes, ranging from those in the psychological realm (e.g., depression, anxiety) to physical health symptoms (e.g., frequent doctor visits, abdominal pain). ...
Neurobiological correlates of stress and the pathophysiology of depression: associations among social victimization, IL-6, CRP, and BDNF Val66Met
Peer victimization, a common psychosocial stressor in adolescence, is linked to adverse health outcomes ranging from depression to changes in biological functioning. Social victimization is particularly harmful given the ...