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See detailAre cyber bullies less empathic? Adolescents' cyber bullying behavior and empathic responsiveness
Steffgen, Georges UL; Pfetsch, Jan UL; König, Andreas UL et al

in Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking (2011), 14(11), 643-648

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See detailEffects of traditional bullying and empathy on cyberbullying
Steffgen, Georges UL; Pfetsch, Jan; König, Andreas UL et al

in Proceedings of the XIV European Conference on Developmental Psychology ECDP. (2010)

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See detailCyberbullying as an act of revenge?
König, Andreas UL; Gollwitzer, Mario; Steffgen, Georges UL

in Australian Journal of Guidance & Counselling (2010), 20(2), 210-224

Despite significant overlaps between victim status in traditional forms of bullying and cyberbullying, and qualitative results about self-reported reasons for cyberbullying, the role of revenge and ... [more ▼]

Despite significant overlaps between victim status in traditional forms of bullying and cyberbullying, and qualitative results about self-reported reasons for cyberbullying, the role of revenge and retaliation as a motive to engage in acts of cyberbullying has not yet been examined systematically. As a first step, this study investigates whether and to what extent traditional victims, when they become cyberbullies, actually choose their former (traditional) perpetrators as targets of their own cyberbullying behavior. Furthermore, the impact of individual differences in relevant traits, such as vengefulness and justice sensitivity, on the choice of cybervictims is examined. Data from 473 students were collected via an online survey. Of these, 149 were identified as traditional victims/cyberbullies. Results show that traditionally bullied students indeed tend to choose their former perpetrators as cybervictims, and that individual differences play a role in the choice of their victims. Implications for further research, as well as for interventions and prevention programmes, are discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailDer Einfluss von Gerechtigkeitswahrnehmungen von Studierenden auf deren Hochschulbildung
König, Andreas UL; Gollwitzer, Mario; Steffgen, Georges UL

Scientific Conference (2009, September)

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See detailGeteiltes Leid ist halbes Leid: Soziale Unterstützung, Angst und perzipierte Gesundheit
Recchia, Sophie; Hoffmann, M.; Steffgen, Georges UL et al

Scientific Conference (2009, September)

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See detailDoes banning all cell phones in schools reduce cyber bullying?
Steffgen, Georges UL; König, Andreas UL; Pfetsch, Jan UL

Scientific Conference (2009, August)

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See detailCyber bullying among school aged children in Luxembourg
Steffgen, Georges UL; Pfetsch, Jan UL; König, Andreas UL et al

Scientific Conference (2009, August)

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See detailVernetzung - ein Königsweg in der Sozialarbeit?
König, Andreas UL; Steffgen, Georges UL

in Wilhelms, H.; Rotink, G.; Ferring, D. (Eds.) et al Handbuch der sozialen und erzieherischen Arbeit in Luxemburg, 2 (2009)

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See detailCyber bullying: The role of traditional bullying and empathy
Steffgen, Georges UL; König, Andreas UL

in Sapeo, B.; Haddon, L.; Mante-Meijer, E. (Eds.) et al The good, the bad and the challenging. Conference Proceedings (Vol. II) (2009)

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See detailThe role of empathy for adolescents' cyberbullying behaviour
Steffgen, Georges UL; König, Andreas UL; Pfetsch, Jan UL et al

in Kwartalnik Pedagogiczny = Pedagogical Quarterly (2009), 214(4), 183-198

The negative relationship between empathy and aggressive behaviour has been demonstrated in meta-analyses (e.g., Jolliffe & Farrington 2004). On the basis of these findings it was hypothesized that a lack ... [more ▼]

The negative relationship between empathy and aggressive behaviour has been demonstrated in meta-analyses (e.g., Jolliffe & Farrington 2004). On the basis of these findings it was hypothesized that a lack of empathic responsiveness may also be a characteristic of cyber bullies. In the present study 2,070 students of Luxembourg secondary schools completed an online survey that included a German version of the Cyberbullying questionnaire (Smith et al. 2008) and a newly developed empathy scale. ANOVAs indicated significant differences between cyber bullies and non-cyber bullies. Most importantly, it was observed that cyber bullies demonstrated less empathic responsiveness than non-bullies. The findings confirm and substantially extend the research on the relationship between empathy and aggressive behaviour. From an educational point of view the findings suggest that training of empathy skills might be an important tool in decreasing cyberbullying. [less ▲]

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