- Peer Pressure for Teens Paves the Path to Adulthood
- Teenagers, Friends and Bad Decisions
- Peer Passengers are Bad News for Teen Drivers
A website created by Dr. Justin Patchin and Dr. Sameer Hinduja to address issues around online aggression. The site provides information, resources and research in a variety of ways for both parents and professionals on cyberbullying.
A website designed by the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychology (AACAP) that gives a list of facts for families with up-to-date information on the issues that affect children.
A website created by Joanne Barker of WebMD presents statistics and information on peer pressure and how it affects under-aged alcohol and drug use.
A Radio NPR story includes the personal story of Emily Bazelon who looks back on her experiences of bullying in 8th grader, how it affects her now (25 years late)r, and now, the emerging type of bullying that occurs via the internet.