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Research Biography

Phillip Slee is Professor in Human Development in the School of Education and is a trained teacher and registered psychologist. He is also Director of the Student Wellbeing & Prevention of Violence (SWAPv) Research Centre at Flinders.

Professor Slee has published extensively in the field of child development, bullying, school violence and stress, and has produced educational resources in the form of videos and resource packages. He has presented his work nationally and internationally in workshops and lectures. Presently, he is undertaking a number of international research projects on the topic of school violence with researchers from Japan, Korea, China, Canada, England, and the USA.

Research Interests

My chief areas of research are school bullying and violence, childhood aggression, conduct disorders, student stress and mental health, and teacher education. I have a particular interest in the practical and policy implications of my research.

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A Very Strong Human Rights & Social Justice Agenda

Slee, P., 2019, Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, president ta' Malta: bejn storja u miti: ġabra ta' kitbiet. Grech, S. (ed.). Malta: Horizons Publisher, p. 241-245 5 p.

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Bullying issues for students on the Autism Spectrum and their families

Bottroff, V., Spears, B. & Slee, P., Aug 2019, The SAGE Handbook of Autism and Education. Jordan, R., M. Roberts, J. & Hume, K. (eds.). 1 ed. SAGE Publications Ltd, p. 466-480

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Coping with cybervictimization: The role of direct confrontation and resilience on adolescent wellbeing

Brighi, A., Mameli, C., Menin, D., Guarini, A., Carpani, F. & Slee, P. T., 4 Dec 2019, In : International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 16, 24, 10 p., 4893.

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    School Prevention: How to develop an anti-bullying program

    Slee, P., Jul 2019, School-Based Family Counseling: An Interdisciplinary Practitioner’s Guide. A. Gerrard, B., J. Carter, M. & Ribera, D. (eds.). London: Routledge, p. 283-311 29 p.

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    Bullying or peer aggression? A pilot study with Punjabi adolescents

    Skrzypiec, G., Slee, P., Sandhu, D. & Kaur, S., May 2018, Bullying, cyberbullying and student well-being in schools: comparing Western, Australian, and Indian perspectives. Smith, P., Sundaram, S., Spears, B., Blaya, C., Schäfer, M. & Sandhu, D. (eds.). 1st ed. London: Cambridge University Press, p. 45-60 15 p.

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