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Bioimpacts. 2020;10(3): 139-140. doi: 10.34172/bi.2020.17
PMID: 32793435        PMCID: PMC7416009

Prospective Highlights

COVID-19 pandemic may fuel academic bullying

Morteza Mahmoudi 1 * ORCID, Loraleigh Keashly 2

Cited by CrossRef: 3


1- Haddad C, Sacre H, Bou Malhab S, Malaeb D, Saadeh D, Abou Tayeh C, Salameh P. A cross-sectional study of COVID-19-related bullying in a sample of Lebanese adults: scale validation, correlates, and mediating effect of fear and anxiety. BMC Psychol. 2021;9(1) [Crossref]
2- Speth R. An opinion on the impacts of COVID-19 worldwide. Bioimpacts. 2022;12(3):293 [Crossref]
3- Mahmoudi M, Keashly L. Filling the Space: A Framework for Coordinated Global Actions To Diminish Academic Bullying. Angew Chem Int Ed. 2021;60(7):3338 [Crossref]
4- Mahmoudi M, Keashly L. Filling the Space: A Framework for Coordinated Global Actions To Diminish Academic Bullying. Angew Chem. 2021;133(7):3378 [Crossref]

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