Erratum to: Effects of the KiVa Anti-bullying Program on Adolescents'Depression, Anxiety, and Perception of Peers

Williford, Anne; Boulton, Aaron; Noland, Brian; Little, Todd; Kärnä, Antti; Salmivalli, Christina
February 2012
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology;Feb2012, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p301
Academic Journal
Correction notice
A correction to the article "Effects of the KiVa Anti-bullying Program on Adolescents' Depression, Anxiety, and Perception of Peers" in the September 8, 2011 online issue is presented.


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