Allison, S., Pearce, C., Martin, G., Miller, K., & Long, R. (1995). Parental influence, pessimism, and adolescent suicidally. Archives of Suicide Research, 1, 229–242.
Baume, P. (1996). Suicide in Australia: Do we really have a problem? The Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist, 13, 3–39.
Beck, R., & Fernandez, E. (1998). Cognitive-behavioral therapy in the treatment of anger: A meta-analysis. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 22, 63–74.
Bjorkqvist, K., Lagerspetz, K.M.J., & Kaukiainen, A. (1992). Do girls manipulate and boys fight? Developmental trends regarding direct and indirect aggression. Aggressive Behavior, 18, 117–127.
Boulton, M.J., & Underwood, K. (1992). Bully-victim problems among middle school children. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 62, 73–87.
Brent, D.A., Johnson, B.A., Perper, J., & Connolly, J. (1994). Personality disorder, personality traits, impulsive violence, and completed suicide in adolescents. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 33, 1080–1086.
Chan, D.W. (1993). Coping with suicide in secondary schools: Are teachers prepared? Educational Research Journal, 8, 28–31.
Cowie, H., & Sharp, S. (Eds.).,(1996). Peer counselling in schools. London: Fulton.
Dusenbury, L., Falco., M, Lake., A., Brannigan, R., & Bosworth, K. (1997). Nine critical elements of promising violence prevention programs. Journal of School Health, 67, 409–414.
Garland, A.F., & Zigler, E. (1993). Adolescent suicide-prevention: Current research and social-policy implications. American Psychologist, 48, 169–183.
Garrison, C.Z., Addy, C.L., Jackson, K.L., McKeown, R.E., & Waller, J.L. (1991). A longitudinal study of suicidal ideation in young adolescents. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 30, 597–603.
Goldberg, D., & Williams, P. (1988). A user’s guide to the General Health Questionnaire. Windsor: NFER-Nelson.
Juon, H.S., & Ensminger, M.E (1997). Childhood and young adult predictors of suicidal behaviors: A prospective study of African Americans. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines, 38, 553–563.
Kochenderfer, B.J., & Ladd, G.W. (1996). Peer victimisation: Cause or consequence of school maladjustment. Child Development, 67, 1305–1317.
Lewinsohn, P.M., Rohde, P., & Seeley, J.R. (1993). Psychosocial characteristics of adolescents with a history of suicide attempt. Journal of the American Academy of Adolescent Psychiatry, 32(1), 60–68.
Martin, G., Roeger, L., Dadds, V., & Allison, S. (1997). Early detection of emotional disorders in South Australia: The first two years. Adelaide, South Australia: Southern Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service.
Martin, G., Rozannes, P., Pearce, C., & Allison, S. (1995). Adolescent suicide, depression, and family dysfunction. Acta Psychiatrca Scandinavica, 92, 336–344.
Mazza, J.J. (1997). School-based suicide programs: Are they effective? School Psychology Review, 26, 382–396.
Mooney, R.L., & Gordon, L.V. (1950). The Mooney Problem Check Lists:Manual, 1950 revisions. New York: Psychological Corp.
Olweus, D. (1985). 80,000 barn er innblandet i mobbing [Eighty thousand children are involved in bullying]. Norsk Skolebad (Oslo), 2, 18–23.
Olweus, D. (1992). Victimisation by peers: Antecedents and long-term outcomes. In Rubin, K.H. & Asendorf, J.B. (Eds.), Social withdrawal,inhibition, and shyness in children (pp. 315–341). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
Olweus, D. (1993). Bullying at school. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.
O’Moore, A.M., & Hillery, B. (1991). What do teachers need to know? In Elliott, M. (Ed.), Bullying: A practical guide to coping in schools (pp. 56–69). Harlow, UK: David Fulton.
Pfeffer, C.R. (1990). Manifestation of risk factors. In MacLean, G. (Ed.), Suicide in children and adolescents (pp. 65–88). Toronto: Hogrefe & Huber Publishers.
Pillay, A.L., & Wassenaar, D.R. (1997). Recent stressors and family satisfaction in suicidal adolescents in South Africa. Journal of Adolescence, 20, 155–162.
Pikas, A. (1989). The common concern method for the treatment of mobbing. In Roland, E. & Munthe, E. (Eds.), Bullying: An international perspective (pp. 91–104). London: Fulton.
Rigby, K. (1993). School children’s perceptions of their families and parents as a function of peer relations. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 154, 501–514.
Rigby, K. (1994a). Psycho-social functioning in families of Australian adolescent schoolchildren involved in bully-victim problems. Journal of Family Therapy, 16(2) 1731–89.
Rigby, K. (1994b). Family influence, peer relations, and health effects among school children. In Oxenberry, K., Rigby, K. & Slee, P. (Eds.), Proceedings of the conference on children’s peer relations (pp. 294–304). Adelaide: Institute of Social Research, University of South Australia.
Rigby, K. (1996). Bullying in Australian schools and what to do about it. Melbourne: ACER. (Also published 1997, London: Jessica Kingsley).
Rigby, K. (1997a). What children tell us about bullying in schools. Children Australia, 22(2), 28–34.
Rigby, K. (1997b). Can adverse peer-relations at school drive children to suicide? Proceedings of the International School Psychology 20th Annual Colloquium (pp. 246–253). Melbourne: Australian Guidance and Counselling Association.
Rigby, K. (1997c). Attitudes and beliefs about bullying among Australian school children. Irish Journal of Psychology, 18, 202–220.
Rigby, K. (1998). Peer relations at school and the health of children. Youth Studies Australia, 17, 13–18.
Rigby, K. & Slee, P.T. (1993a). The Peer Relations Questionnaire. Adelaide: University of South Australia.
Rigby, K., & Slee, P.T. (1993b). Dimensions of interpersonal relating among Australian school children and their implications for psychological well-being. Journal of Social Psychology, 133, 33–42.
Rigby, K., Slee, P.T. & Cunningham, R. (in press). The PBI and bully-victim problems. Journal of Social Psychology.
Ross, D.M. (1996). Childhood bullying and teasing: What school personnel, other professionals, and parents can do. Alexandria: Vermont: American Counselling Association.
Salmivalli, C., Kaukianen, J., & Lagerspetz, K.M.J. (1996). How do victims respond to bullying? Aggressive Behavior, 22, 99–109.
Slee, P.T. (1995). Peer victimization and its relationship to depression among Australian primary school students. Personality and Individual Differences, 18(1), 57–62.
Smith, P.K., & Sharp, S. (Eds.). (1994). School bullying: Insights and perspectives. London: Routledge.
SPSS-X (1988). SPSS-X user’s guide (3rd ed.). Chicago: SPSS Inc.
Stoppard, J.M. (1993). Gender, psychosocial factors, and depression. In P. Cappeliez & R. J. Flynn (Eds.), Depression and the social environment (pp. 121–149). Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
Topol, P., & Reznikoff, M. (1982). Perceived peer and family relationships, hopelessness, and locus of control as factors in adolescent suicide attempts. Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior, 12, 141–150.
Tousignant, M., & Hanigan, D. (1993) Suicidal behaviour and depression among young adults. In Cappeliez, P. & Flynn, R.J. (Eds.), Depression and the social environment (pp. 93–120). Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
Zubrick, S.R., Silburn, S.R., Teoh, H.-J., Carlton, J., Shepherd, C., Lawrence, D. (1997).Western Australian Child Health Survey: Education, health, and competency. Australian Bureau of Statistics, Perth, Western Australia.