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cbm_805_sm_tabs1-8.doc206KTable A1. Summary of measures. Table A2. Descriptive statistics for the covariates. Table A3. Association between bullying perpetration at age 13–14 and anti-social behaviour at age 19–20 (total sample), OLS regression estimates. Table A4. Association between bullying perpetration at age 13–14 and anti-social behaviour at age 23–24 (total sample), OLS regression estimates. Table A5. Association between bullying perpetration at age 13–14 and criminal violence at age 19–20 (total sample), OLS regression estimates. Table A6. Association between bullying perpetration at age 13–14 and criminal violence at age 23–24 (total sample), OLS regression estimates. Table A7. Odds ratios of the association between bullying perpetration at age 13–14 and contact with police or courts at age 19–20 (total sample). Table A8. Odds ratios of the association between bullying perpetration at age 13–14 and contact with police or courts at age 23–24 (total sample).

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