Dr. Demaray’s research in bullying and victimization is based on the social-ecological model and is focused on develping a deeper understanding of the construct of bullying and peer victimization, including the role of bystanders and cyber-bullying.
In general, Dr. Demaray is interested in learning more about the negative outcomes associated with victims of bullying in schools and what factors may buffer negative outcomes for students. Some of Dr. Demaray’s recent work has included co-developing, with Dr. Kelly Summers, a measure of the individuals involved in bullying, the Bully Participant Role Survey (BPRS; Summers & Demaray, 2008). She also co-developed, with Christina Brown, a measure of cyberbullying and cyber victimization, the Cyberbullying and Victimization Survey (Brown & Demaray, 2010).
In addition, Dr. Demaray's students are also actively involved in Bullying research, please view the flyer below to learn more about these experiences, or click here to download a PDF version of this flyer: