Child Abuse and Neglect
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Rates of neglect in a national sample: Child and family characteristics and psychological impact.
Screening for adverse childhood experiences (ACEs): Cautions and suggestions.
"Sometimes, Somebody Just Needs Somebody - Anybody - to Care:" The power of interpersonal relationships in the lives of domestic minor sex trafficking survivors.
The complex experience of child pornography survivors.
Beyond residential mobility: A broader conceptualization of instability and its impact on victimization risk among children.
Family abduction in a national sample of US children.
Victimization and adversity among children experiencing war-related parental absence or deployment in a nationally representative US sample.
Victimizations of Mexican youth (12-17 years old): A 2014 national survey.
Dilemmas for international mobilization around child abuse and neglect.
A revised inventory of Adverse Childhood Experiences.
A meta-analysis of child physical abuse prevalence in China.
Prevalence of different forms of child maltreatment among Taiwanese adolescents: a population-based study.
Online social support as a buffer against online and offline peer and sexual victimization among U.S. LGBT and non-LGBT youth.
Sibling and peer victimization in childhood and adolescence.
Child maltreatment rates assessed in a national household survey of caregivers and youth.
Neighborhood alcohol outlet density and rates of child abuse and neglect: moderating effects of access to substance abuse services.
Youth exposure to violence prevention programs in a national sample.
Sexual harassment among adolescents of different sexual orientations and gender identities.
Upset among youth in response to questions about exposure to violence, sexual assault and family maltreatment.
Understanding the decline in unwanted online sexual solicitations for U.S. youth 2000-2010: findings from three Youth Internet Safety Surveys.
Explaining lower rates of sexual abuse in China.
Child sexual abuse in China: a meta-analysis of 27 studies.
Bullying vs. school violence: a response to Williams and Stelko-Pereira (2013).
Prevalence and correlates of sibling victimization types.
Let's prevent peer victimization, not just bullying.
The overlap of witnessing partner violence with child maltreatment and other victimizations in a nationally representative survey of youth.
Psychological distress as a risk factor for re-victimization in children.
Associations between blocking, monitoring, and filtering software on the home computer and youth-reported unwanted exposure to sexual material online.
Lifetime assessment of poly-victimization in a national sample of children and youth.
How protective are filtering and blocking programs against unwanted exposure to pornography and sexual solicitation on the internet?
Are blogs putting youth at risk for online sexual solicitation or harassment?
Do Children's Advocacy Centers improve families' experiences of child sexual abuse investigations?
Which sexual abuse victims receive a forensic medical examination? The impact of Children's Advocacy Centers.
Multiple victimization experiences of urban elementary school students: associations with psychosocial functioning and academic performance.
Re-victimization patterns in a national longitudinal sample of children and youth.
Poly-victimization: a neglected component in child victimization.
Kid's stuff: the nature and impact of peer and sibling violence on younger and older children.
Measuring poly-victimization using the Juvenile Victimization Questionnaire.
Protecting youth online: family use of filtering and blocking software.
The Juvenile Victimization Questionnaire: reliability, validity, and national norms.
Which juvenile crime victims get mental health treatment?
The legacy of the clergy abuse scandal.
Putting together evidence on declining trends in sexual abuse: a complex puzzle.
Improving data systems about juvenile victimization in the United States.
Re: Response to David Chadwick
Why is sexual abuse declining? A survey of state child protection administrators.
National call to action: Working toward the elimination of child maltreatment. The science.
Identification of child maltreatment with the Parent-Child Conflict Tactics Scales: development and psychometric data for a national sample of American parents.
Sexually abused children in a national survey of parents: methodological issues.
Prior victimization: a risk factor for child sexual abuse and for PTSD-related symptomatology among sexually abused youth.
The effectiveness of victimization prevention instruction: an evaluation of children's responses to actual threats and assaults.
Victimization prevention programs: a national survey of children's exposure and reactions.
CHILDREN AND VIOLENCE - REISS,D, RICHTERS,J, RADKEYARROW,M, SCHARFF,D
How does receiving information about sexual abuse influence boys' perceptions of their risk?
The international epidemiology of child sexual abuse.
Epidemiological factors in the clinical identification of child sexual abuse.
Flexible reporting options for skilled child abuse professionals.
The lazy revolutionary's guide to the prospects for reforming child welfare.
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Sexual abuse in a national survey of adult men and women: prevalence, characteristics, and risk factors.
Child abuse as an international issue.
Sexual abuse in the National Incidence Study of Child Abuse and Neglect: an appraisal.
Removing the child--prosecuting the offender in cases of sexual abuse: evidence from the national reporting system for child abuse and neglect.
Sexual abuse: a sociological perspective.
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