Washington: Bullying by siblings is related to the same serious mental health effects as peer bullying, a new study has found.Lead author Corinna Jenkins Tucker, associate professor of family studies at University of New Hampshire, said that even kids who reported just one instance had more mental health distress.Tucker and her co-authors from UNH`s Crimes against Children Research Center - center director and professor of sociology David Finkelhor, professor of sociology Heather Turner, and researcher Anne Shattuck - analyzed data from the center`s National Survey of Children`s Exposure to Violence (NatSCEV), a national sample of 3,599 children, ages one month through 17.
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