This study examined relations between memories for childhood teasing and symptoms of social anxiety, depression, and eating disorders in 130 Dutch adolescents. Participants completed the Teasing Questionnaire-Revised which measures how much people recall having been teased during childhood, as well as the Social Anxiety Scale for Children, the Child Depression Inventory, and the Children's Eating Attitude Test. Analysis yielded significant positive correlations between self-reported recollections of childhood teasing and various symptoms. Furthermore, some evidence indicated specific domains of teasing were associated with specific types of psychopathological symptoms.