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Educator Sexual Misconduct: A bibliography It must be great being a female pedophile!”: The nature of public perceptions about female teacher sex offenders

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True or False? In the study titled, “It must be great being a female pedophile!”: The nature of public perceptions about female teacher sex offenders, over 30 percent of all comments referenced an existing double standard in sentencing between male … Continue reading

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A new fact sheet, What Parents Need to Know About Educator Sexual Misconduct with Students, has been added to CALiO’s fact sheet page.  

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Addressing Barriers to Care Among Hispanic Youth: Telehealth Delivery of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Enter the title in the CALiO™ Collections search box.

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A new Research to Practice paper Continuous Skill Building for Child Forensic Interviewers is available in CALiO.  Read this paper and other helpful forensic interviewing resources here.

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In the study, A Pilot Study of Trauma-Focused Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy Delivered via Telehealth Technology, which of these was not among the study’s results? A. the treatment resulted in statistically significant and clinically meaningful change in pre-to post-symptoms of PTSD for … Continue reading

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True or False? The study, Neighborhood characteristics and violence behind closed doors: The spatial overlap of child maltreatment and intimate partner violence found that  the  neighborhood characteristics that explain the risk of child maltreatment are the same characteristics that explain … Continue reading

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Interventions to improve the response of professionals to children exposed to domestic violence and abuse: A systematic review Neighborhood characteristics and violence behind closed doors: The spatial overlap of child maltreatment and intimate partner violence. Identification and initial response to … Continue reading

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A new monograph titled Forensic interviewing: What every prosecutor needs to know.  co-authored by NCAC’s Linda Cordisco Steele and Mary Sawicki from the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys is now available.

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In the study, The effects of trauma type and executive dysfunction on symptom expression of polyvictimized youth in residential care, which of these were found? A. Caregiver trauma negatively impacts executive function B. Caregiver trauma indirectly predicted externalizing problems C. … Continue reading

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