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Assisting Children in Recalling Details of Repeated Events of Maltreatment Using Label Training

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Assisting Children in Recalling Details of Repeated Events of Maltreatment Using Label Training

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Effects of label training and recall order on children’s reports of a repeated event (Brubacher, Earhart, Roberts, Powell, 2018).

Recommendations for interviewing children about repeated experiences (Brubacher, Powell, & Roberts, 2014).

Narrative Practice: What is it and why is it important? A research-to-practice summary (Cordisco Steele, 2010).

Tracking labels for occurrences of alleged child abuse from police interviews to trial (Danby, Earhart, Brubacher, Powell, Goodman-Delahunty, & Westera, 2019).

Developmental differences in the ability to provide temporal information about repeated events (Roberts, Brubacher, Drohan-Jennings, Glisic, Powell, & Friedman, 2015).

Practice narratives (Robert, Brubacher, Powell, & Price, 2011).

The effects of narrative practice on children’s testimony and disclosure of secrets (Yi & Lamb, 2018).


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