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Bibliographies

Research Bibliographies

The NCAC Research Bibliographies series provides guides to the literature for practitioners working with children and adolescents who have been sexually, emotionally or physically abused. These bibliographies provide citations with abstracts to selected publications on selected topics. Journal articles, books, chapters, and other publications that are reasonably available appear in the bibliographies.

The bibliographies are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format, and require Acrobat Reader, which can be downloaded free from the Adobe web site.

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Forensic Interviewing

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Alternative hypotheses in the child forensic interview
Bias/Neutrality Among Multidisciplinary Team Members Investigating Child Sexual Abuse
Culture and Diversity Issues in Forensic Interviews of Children
Disclosure of Child Sexual Abuse
Documenting the Child Forensic Interview
Effects of Interviewer Gender on Children’s Reports
Emotional Barriers to Children’s Disclosure of Abuse
Episodic and Script Memory in Children
Fantastic Elements in Children’s Disclosures
Forensic Interviews at Trial
Inconsistencies in Children’s Accounts
Interpreters in Forensic Interviews of Children
Interviewing Child Witnesses of Violent Crime
Interviewing Children with Disabilities
Interviewing Preschoolers 
Multiple and Repeated Forensic Interviews of Children
Narrative Practice in Forensic Interviews of Children
Ongoing Supervision, Continued Training and Peer Review of Child Forensic Interviewers
Question Types in Forensic Interviews of Children
Rapport in Forensic Interviews of Children
Suggestibility of Children
Temporal Aspects in Forensic Interviews of Children
Truth-Lie Conversations in Forensic Interviews of Children
Use of Media in Forensic Interviews of Children
Entire collection or each section accessible separately below:
Use of Media in Forensic Interviews of Children: Human Figure Drawings
Use of Media in Forensic Interviews of Children: Dolls
Use of Media in Forensic Interviews of Children: Facilitative/Event Drawings
Use of Media in Forensic Interviews of Children: Props

Co-Occurrence and other types of victimizations

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Legal Issues

Child Advocacy Center and Professional Issues

Miscellaneous Topics

Treatment/Mental Health

Victims and Perpetrators

Special Populations

Researcher Collections


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