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Tenth Anniversary of the Columbine Shooting

by Izzy KalmanMay 7, 2009Psychology Today Blog, A Psychological Solution to Bullying I’m sending this blog entry a couple of weeks after the 10th anniversary of the Columbine shooting. That date–April 20–is important to me because the Columbine shooting was the event that made me realize my mission to teach the world a better way […]

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Germany School Shooting

by Izzy Kalman (April 2002) Last month, Robert Steinhaeuser, a high school student in Erfurt, Germany, killed 18 people including himself in his school because his teachers wouldn’t let him pass his exams. This, too, is the work of a victim. Crazed with desire for revenge, he believed his maltreatment at the hands of his […]

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Three Cheers for the “Bully” Video Game

A Primer on the Psychology of Violent Entertainment by Izzy Kalman (September 2006) On August 1st, my wife and I were invited by Rockstar Games to a private screening of something very few people have laid their eyes on: the soon-to-be-released video game, “Bully.” What was my gut reaction? I would love to be the […]

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