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For most adolescents, popularity increases risk of getting bullied

For most adolescents, becoming more popular both increases their risk of getting bullied and worsens the negative consequences of being victimized, research shows. "Most people probably would not think that having a higher social status would increase the risk of being targeted, but with few exceptions, that's what we find," said the study's lead author.
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