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True or False? In the study, Individual-level factors related to better mental health outcomes following child maltreatment among adolescents, results show that the effect for being satisfied overall with oneself was slightly stronger  among respondents without a history of child … Continue reading

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True or False? In the study,    Identifying Effective Components of Child Maltreatment Interventions: A Meta-analysis, the results showed that the types of preventive interventions that were effective in preventing child maltreatment were: home visitation interventions, parent training interventions family-based/multisystemic interventions, … Continue reading

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In the study,  Stages of Sexual Grooming: Recognizing Potentially Predatory Behaviors of Child Molesters, participants were unable to recognize: A. Overt grooming behaviors (e.g., hugging a child, working or volunteering with children) B. More covert grooming behaviors (e.g., selecting a vulnerable … Continue reading

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True or False? According to the Fact Sheet, Impact of Witnessing Intimate Partner Violence on Children at Different Ages, Infant and toddler exposure to IPV has no developmental consequences because children at such a young age are unable to comprehend … Continue reading

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In the Research-to-Practice Summary, Considerations for the Multidisciplinary Team and Children’s Advocacy Center Approach to Recantation, it was suggested that MDTs should consider developing guidelines within their existing investigative protocol to outline steps for addressing recantation. Which of these were … Continue reading

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True or False? In the publication, Childhood maltreatment and adolescent sexual risk behaviors: Unique, cumulative and interactive effects results showed that experiencing neglect and physical abuse as well as witnessing interparental violence contributed to the explanation of sexual risk behaviors. … Continue reading

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1. In the study, The trauma of commercial sexual exploitation of youth: A comparison of CSE victims to sexual abuse victims in a clinical sample, what differences were found between the two groups? A. CSE victims reported significantly greater involvement … Continue reading

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True or False? In the study, Child protection workers dealing with child abuse: The contribution of personal, social and organizational resources to secondary traumatization,  the findings indicated that the greater the number of traumatic experiences the workers had in the … Continue reading

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True or False? In the study, The relationship between childhood sexual abuse and mental health outcomes among males: Results from a nationally representative United States sample, the researchers found that a history of CSA only, and CSA co-occurring with other types of … Continue reading

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In the study, Delay in disclosure of non-parental child sexual abuse in the context of emotional and physical maltreatment:  A pilot study, which of these was NOT a significant unique predictor of delays in CSA disclosure. A. Abuse duration B. … Continue reading

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