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Presenter: Dorothy L. Espelage, PhD, May 31, 2017, 6:00 – 8:00 PM

In honor of the 125th anniversary of APA’s founding, we invite you to attend the latest in a series of talks focusing on how psychology has helped us understand our world and improved society.

American Psychological Association
Spire Conference Center
750 First Street, Washington, DC 20002 

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Bullying – both face-to-face and online – is a problem for many youths. Dr. Espelage, who has conducted bullying, harassment and violence research for more than 20 years, will describe the problem, including gender-based bullying, such as sexual harassment and homophobic name calling. RSVP now to this FREE discussion and gain insight on:

  • What prevention strategies can be used in schools?
  • How can schools address their social climate to reduce the problem?
  • What can bystanders do whenthey see someone being bullied?

Please join us. Registration is free, but space is limited so make sure to RSVP. Questions? Please send us an email.

About the Presenter: Dorothy L. Espelage, PhD is professor of psychology at the University of Florida and an international expert in bullying, youth aggression and teen dating violence.