Atlas, R.S., & Pepler, D.J. (1998). Observations of bullying in the classroom. American Journal of Educational Research, 92 (2), 86–99.
Boulton, M.J., & Underwood, K. (1992). Bully/victim problems among middle school children. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 62, 73–87.
Cross, D., Shaw, T., Hearn, L., Epstein, M., Monks, H., Lester, L., & Thomas, L. (2009). Australian Covert Bullying Prevalence Study (ACBPS). Retrieved from http://www.deewr.gov.au/Schooling/NationalSafeSchools/Pages/research.aspx
Causey, D.L., & Dubow, E.F. (1992). Development of a self-report coping measure for elementary school children. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 21 (1), 47–59.
Craig, W.M., & Pepler, D. (1997). Observations of bullying and victimization in the school yard. Canadian Journal of School of Psychology, 13 (2), 41–60.
Elledge, C., Cavell, T.A., Ogle, N.T., Malcolm, K.T., Newgent, R.A., & Faith, M.A. (2010). History of peer victimization and children's response to school bullying. School Psychology Quarterly, 25 (2), 129–141.
Felix, E.D., Furlong, M.J., & Austin, M.J. (2009). A cluster analytic investigation of school violence victimization among diverse students. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 24, 1673–1695.
Fleiss, J.L. (1971). Measuring nominal scale agreement among many raters. Psychological Bulletin, 76 (5), 378–382.
Frydenberg, E. (2004). Coping competencies: What to teach and when. Theory Into Practice, 43 (1), 14–22.
Frydenberg, E., Lewis, R., Bugalski, K., Cotta, A., McCarthy, C., Luscombe-Smith, N., & Poole, C. (2004). Prevention is better than cure: Coping skills training for adolescents at school. Educational Psychology in Practice, 20 (2), 117–134.
Frydenberg, E., & Lewis, R. (1993). The adolescent coping scale: Practitioners manual. Melbourne, Australia: Australian Council for Educational Research.
Frydenberg, E., & Lewis, R. (2004). Adolescents least able to cope: How do they respond to their stresses? British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 32 (1), 25–37.
Grissom, R.J., & Kim, J.J. (2005). Effect sizes for research: A broad practical approach. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Halstead, M., Johnson, S.B., & Cunningham, W. (1993). Measuring coping in adolescents: An application of the Ways of Coping Checklist. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 22 (3), 337–344.
Hunter, S.C., Mora-Merchan, J., & Ortega, R. (2004). The long-term effects of coping strategy use in victims of bullying. The Spanish Journal of Psychology, 7 (1), 3–12.
Kanetsuna, T., Smith, P.K., & Morita, Y. (2006). Coping with bullying at school: Children's recommended strategies and attitudes to school-based interventions in England and Japan. Aggressive Behavior, 32, 570–580. doi:10.1002/ab.20156
Kochenderfer-Ladd, B., & Skinner, K. (2002). Children's coping strategies: Moderators of the effects of peer victimization? Developmental Psychology, 38 (2), 267–278.
Lazarus, R.S., & Folkman, S. (1984). Stress, appraisal, and coping. New York: Springer.
Newcombe, R. G. (2006). Confidence intervals for an effect size measure based on the Mann–Whitney statistic. Part 1: General issues and tail-area-based methods. Statistics in Medicine, 25, 543–557.
Rosenthal, R. (1991). Meta-analytic procedures for social research. Newbury Park CA: Sage.
Salmivalli, C., Kaukiainen, A., & Lagerspetz, K. (2000). Aggression and sociometric status among peers: Do gender and type of aggression matter? Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 41, 17–24.
Singh, P., & Bussey, K. (2010). Peer victimization and psychological maladjustment: The mediating role of coping self-efficacy. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 21 (2), 420–433.
Skinner, E.A., & Wellborn, J.G. (1994). Coping during childhood and adolescence: A motivational perspective. In Featherman, D.L., Lerner, R.M., & Perlmutter, M. (Eds.). Life-span development and behavior (pp. 91–133). Hillside, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Slee, P.T. (2001). The PEACE Pack: A programme for reducing bullying in our schools (3rd ed.). Adelaide, Australia: Flinders University.
Smith, P.K., & Shu, S. (2000). What good schools can do about bullying: Findings from a survey in English schools after a decade of research and action. Childhood, 7 (2), 193–212.
Smith, P.K., Madsen, K.C., & Moody, J.C. (1999). What causes the age decline in reports of being bullied in school? Toward a developmental analysis of risks of being bullied. Educational Research, 41, 276–285.
Swearer, S.M., Espelage, D.L., Vaillancourt, T., & Hymel, S. (2010). What can be done about school bullying? Linking research to educational practice. Educational Researcher, 39 (1), 38–47.
Ttofi, M.M., & Farrington, D.P. (2009). What works in preventing bullying: Effective elements of anti-bullying programmes. Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research, 1 (1), 13–24.
Ttofi, M.M., Farrington, D.P., & Baldry, A. (2008). Effectivenesss of programmes to reduce school bullying: A systematic review (Report prepared for the Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention; Brottsförebyggande rådet — Brå, Stockholm). Retrieved from www.bra.se
Visconti, K.J. & Troop-Gordon, W. (2010). Prospective relations between children's responses to peer victimization and their socioemotional adjustment. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 31, 261–272.
Weisz, J.R., McCabe, M., & Denning, M.D. (1994). Primary and secondary control among children undergoing medical procedures: Adjustment as a function of coping style. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 62, 324–332.
Wilton, M.M.M., & Craig, W.M. (2000). Emotional regulation and display in classroom victims of bullying: Characteristic expressions of affect, coping styles and relevant contextual factors. Social Development, 9 (2), 226–245.