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What’s Your CALiO™ IQ? December 2023

True or False? In the publication, Making Memories: Examining the Gestural Misinformation Effect in Children Aged 11-16-Years-Old with Intellectual/Developmental Difficulties, results showed that compared to the control condition of no gesture, children with IDD gave...

What’s Your CALiO™ IQ? November 2023

In the research titled,  Follow-Up Care After Maltreatment: Sociodemographic Associations with Timeliness in a Southern State, which of these was NOT among the study’s results? A. Older children were less likely to receive timely follow-up care. B. Children diagnosed...

What’s Your CALiO™ IQ? October 2023

Multiple Choice In the study, Barriers to Services at the Intersection of Child Maltreatment and Domestic Violence: A Multi-Perspective Analysis of Parents with Lived Experience and Professionals, which of these was NOT a common barrier stated by participants when...

What’s Your CALiO™ IQ? September 2023

True or False? In the publication, Adaptations of Evidence-Based Trauma-Focused Interventions for Children and Adolescents: A Systematic Review, the most common contextual adaptations found included changes to the intended population, to the channel of treatment...

What’s Your CALiO™ IQ? August 2023

True or False?   In the publication, The Other Side of the ACEs Pyramid: A Healing Framework for Indigenous Communities, a shift toward resiliency, positive pathways, health promotion, and protective factors is reflected in the seven areas of the model. This is true....

What’s Your CALiO™ IQ? July 2023

Multiple Choice  What results were found in the research titled, Consistency Amongst Pairs: How Consistent Are Child Co-witnesses with One Another? A. If co-witnesses both disclosed rapidly, they tended to be more consistent in their reports of transgression details...


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