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MARIN-CORTES, Andrés  e  LINNE, Joaquín. A review on emotions associated with cyberbullying in young adults. Psicoperspectivas [online]. 2020, vol.19, n.3, pp.155-170.  Epub 15-Nov-2020. ISSN 0718-6924.

This work presents the first scoping review on emotions associated with cyberbullying in young adults reported by papers published between 2017 and 2019. The search was made in nine databases. After applying the inclusion criteria to the 923 initial citations, a final sample of 32 articles was obtained. The average age of the sample is 23 years. This indicates that, beyond its historical population (adolescents), cyberbullying affects young people in their first years of adult life. The results indicate that the most common emotions among the victims are anxiety, sadness, anger, anguish and fear. These usually appear linked to panic attacks, persecutory sensations, isolation, insomnia, depression and suicidal ideations. Regarding the aggressors, anger and anxiety stand out. As for the spectators -the third actor involved- anger, piety and emotional empathy are among the most common. It should be noted that the state of the art has focused on victims, so the analysis of the role of aggressors and spectators represents an area of vacancy.

Palavras-chave : cyberbullying; emotions; scoping review; youth adults.

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