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Conducting an Effective Narrative Practice

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Conducting an Effective Narrative Practice

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Brubacher, S. P., Earhart, B., Roberts, K. P., & Powell, M. B. (2018). Effects of label training and recall order on children’s reports of a repeated event. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 32(5), 600-609.

Danby, M. C., Earhart, B., Brubacher, S. P., Powell, M. B., Goodman-Delahunty, J., & Westera, N. J. (2019). Tracking labels for occurrences of alleged child abuse from police interviews to trial. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 24, 41-54.

Danby, M. C., Sharman, S. J., Brubacher, S. P., & Powell, M. B. (2019). The effects of episode similarity on children’s reports of a repeated event. Memory, 27(4), 561-567.

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