Friday Faculty Luncheon
October 3 12:00 - 1:00PM CUB 260
Christopher Barlett, Assistant Professor of Psychology
Cyberbullying Predictors in Adolescence
The majority of previous research in the cyberbullying domain has been descriptive, atheoretical, and focused primarily on the psychological and behavioral consequences to the victim. Recent research has just begun to elucidate the psychological mechanisms that predict cyberbullying perpetration and Dr. Barlett is on the forefront of such work. The current talk will highlight Dr. Barlett's research testing the development and validation of a cyberbullying model from myriad cross-sectional and longitudinal data.
* A Light lunch is available on a first come, first serve basis.