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What’s Your CALiO™ IQ? January 2020

True or False? In the study, Comparing mental health disorders among sex trafficked children and three groups of youth at high-risk for trafficking: A dual retrospective cohort and scoping review, results revealed significantly higher rates of mental health disorders...

What’s Your CALiO™ IQ? December 2019

In the study, Benefits of Treatment Completion over Premature Termination: Findings from the National Child Traumatic Stress Network, findings included: A.Treatment produces significant therapeutic benefits, even in the absence of completing a full course of treatment...

What’s Your CALiO™ IQ? November 2019

True or False? In the publication, Pragmatic Failure and Referential Ambiguity when Attorneys Ask Child Witnesses “Do You Know/Remember” Questions, the prosecution asked significantly more  “Do You Know/Remember” questions than defense asked. This is False.  The...

What’s Your CALiO™ IQ? September 2019

True or False? In the research titled,  Outcry consistency and prosecutorial decisions in child sexual abuse cases,  cases with full disclosure were more than three times more likely to be accepted for prosecution than cases with partial disclosure. This is True. ...

What’s Your CALiO™ IQ? August 2019

True or False? In the study, Younger and Older Adults’ Lie-Detection and Credibility Judgments of Children’s Coached Reports, when children were telling a coached report, the study found no significant difference in older and younger adults’ belief that that they were...

What’s Your CALiO™ IQ? July 2019

In the study, Use and Perceptions of the Availability of Local Government and Nonprofit Services in Diverse Urban Settings, which of these were among the results? A. Low-income families with children reported disproportionately lower perceptions of nonprofit...


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