NICHD organizational units (OUs) support and conduct research on bullying. These OUs support and conduct their own research and also collaborate with other NIH Institutes and organizations in furthering the research and understanding of bullying. The following is only a summary of some of these efforts:
Child Development & Behavior Branch (CDDB) research supports a number of projects related to bullying through its Social and Emotional Development/Child and Family Process Program. Some of these include:
The CDBB co-sponsored the Workshop on Children Exposed to Violence: Current Status, Gaps, & Research Priorities. This workshop called for research on a wide range of topics including bullying.
DIvision of Intramural Population Health Research (DIPHR) research on bullying is aimed at understanding the prevalence and patterns in bullying and how they change over time. Some of the DIPHR projects related to bullying include:
Other NICHD-supported studies include:
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