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Table 1 Descriptive statistics of all study variables

From: Bullying in school and cyberspace: Associations with depressive symptoms in Swiss and Australian adolescents

  Australian sample
(n = 1259-1307)
Swiss sample
(n = 369-373)
  Female Male Female Male
Being a bully-victim a 19 (2.8%) 27 (4.4%) 5 (2.5%) 9 (5.2%)
Being a victim a 66 (9.6%) 55 (9.1%) 22 (11.1%) 24 (13.8%)
Being a bully a 29 (4.2%) 70 (11.5%) 23 (11.6%) 31 (17.8%)
Cyber-bullying
(range 0-4)
Mean = .14
SD = .406
Median = 0
Mean = .14
SD = .446
Median = 0
Mean = .03
SD = .152
Median = 0
Mean = .10
SD = .320
Median = 0
Cyber-victimisation
(range 0-4)
Mean = .18
SD = .485
Median = 0
Mean = .12
SD = .452
Median = 0
Mean = .08
SD = .218
Median = 0
Mean = .08
SD = .289
Median = 0
Depressive symptoms
(range 0-3)
Mean = .34
SD = .630
Median = .05
Mean = .35
SD = .670
Median = .04
Mean = .59
SD = .637
Median = .37
Mean = .34
SD = .449
Median = .13
  1. aNumbers (percentages) of students within each country, (traditional bully-victim categories defined according to involvement in bullying behaviours once a week or more often in the past 3 months).