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3.7.7 Difference in bullying and victimization between academically gifted and normal group: Multi-group analysis of cross-sectional latent means and longitudinal stability

This presentation will examine if there is any difference in bullying and victimisation between the academically gifted and normal groups. For cross-sectional differences, multi-group analysis of latent means was used. For longitudinal differences, multi-group auto-regression models were used. With Korean secondary students (gifted=164, normal=3,484) for 3 waves (Grades 7-9), we found no differences except for the longitudinal stability of victimisation. The victimisation of gifted at 7th grade were found to be more crucial in predicting subsequent victimisations, especially at 9th grade, than the normal group. This result implies the need for early intervention to prevent chronic victimisation of the gifted.

Author(s):

Byeong-Ho Choi
police1216@gmail.com
Seoul National University
South Korea

-B.A., Department of Law, Korean National Police University, Yongin, South Korea - Research Interests: Bullying in schools, Juvenile delinquency, Peer Influences, Social development, Peer Relations.

Seon-Young Lee
seonylee@snu.ac.kr
Seoul National University
South Korea

-Ph.D., The University of Georgia, Department of Educational Psychology, Gifted and Creative Education Program, Athens, GA, USA -M.A., Seoul National University, Department of Education, Seoul, South Korea -B.A., Yonsei University, Department of Psychology, Seoul, South Korea - Seon-Young Lee, Ph.D., is an associate professor of the Department of Education at Seoul National University in Seoul, South Korea. Previously, she was a faculty member of Yonsei University in South Korea and a research assistant professor at Northwestern University’s Center for Talent Development.

 

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