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What’s Your CAliO™ IQ? October 2021

Multiple Choice In the research titled,  Did You Ever Fight Back?” Jurors’ Questions to Children Testifying in Criminal Trials About Alleged Sexual Abuse, which of these was not a study result A. 43% asked about abuse interactions and contextual details of specific...

What’s Your CALiO™ IQ? September 2021

Multiple Choice In the research titled, Don’t Know Responding in Young Maltreated Children: The Effects of Wh-questions Type and Enhanced Interview Instructions, which of these was a finding? A. Children guessed less often in response to wh- detail questions B....

What’s Your CALiO™ IQ? August 2021

True or False? In the study, Opioid Prescription Rates and Risk for Substantiated Child Abuse and Neglect: A Bayesian Spatiotemporal Analysis, results showed that higher opioid prescribing rates were not associated with greater risk for substantiated child abuse and...

What’s Your CALiO™ IQ? July 2021

True or False? In the publication, A Randomized Control Trial of a Child Abuse Mandated Reporter Training: Knowledge and Attitudes, results showed that early childhood professionals who completed iLookOut training outperformed those who completed Standard mandated...

What’s Your CALiO™ IQ? June 2021

In the publication, Trends in U.S. Emergency Department Visits Related to Suspected or Confirmed Child Abuse and Neglect Among Children and Adolescents Aged <18 Years Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic — United States, January 2019–September 2020,  which...

What’s Your CALiO™ IQ? May 2021

True or False? In the publication Caregiver Satisfaction with Their Child’s Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, study participants who made suggestions for improvement highlighted changes in scheduling, the length/frequency of sessions, and an increase in...


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