Michelle Demaray

Michelle Demaray
experts-guide-michelle-demarayBullying is a serious matter for children and teens. NIU professor of psychology Michelle Demaray has spent more than a decade examining bullying and victimization in schools. Her research interests include cyber-bullying and cyber-victimization and the role of bystanders in the bullying situation.

A respected expert, Demaray has authored and co-authored numerous peer reviewed journal articles. She has presented her research at professional conferences throughout her career and has been featured on WGN-TV. She serves as the editor for the Journal of School Psychology, a leading journal in the field that is managed by the Society for the Study of School Psychology.

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Demaray earned a master’s degree and doctorate degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. She is interested in the social/emotional issues in schools, including social/emotional screening. In 2014, she was part of a team awarded a grant by the Department of Education for Project Prevent and Address Bullying for students with disabilities.

Subject areas:
Bullying, victimization, schools, cyberbullying, social support

Websites:
www.niu.edu/demaray

Twitter: @mkdemaray

Contact information:
Michelle Demaray
mkdemaray@niu.edu
Office: (815) 753-7077
Cell: (630) 452-5633

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