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  • Fox, Nathan A.; Leavitt, Lewis A. (Department of Health Development, University of Maryland, 1995)
    The VEX-R uses cartoon style pictures of violence and can be used with preschool aged children. Children view eight pictures of Chris (male or female depending on the gender of the child) either witnessing or experiencing ...
  • Rienick, Cynthia; Mulmat, Darlanna Hoctor; Pennell, Susan (1997)
    In 1995, there were approximately 9.9 violent victimizations in the United States. Victimization can lead to experiencing psychological and emotional consequences. The purpose of this study was to examine how the needs of ...
  • Cheung, Monit; Lewis, Mary R. (Child Abuse & Neglect: The International Journal, 1997)
    For practice and research use--This instrument is a tested protocol for use in forensic interviewing with an alleged victim of child sexual abuse. There are 4 stages with tested questions to validate child sexual abuse ...
  • Rienick, Cynthia; Mulmat, Darlanna Hoctor; Pennell, Susan (National Institute of Justice, 1997)
    In 1995, there were approximately 9.9 violent victimizations in the United States. Victimization can lead to experiencing psychological and emotional consequences. The purpose of this study was to examine how the needs of ...
  • Rienick, Cynthia; Mulmat, Darlanna Hoctor; Pennell, Susan (National Institute of Justice, 1997)
    In 1995, there were approximately 9.9 violent victimizations in the United States. Victimization can lead to experiencing psychological and emotional consequences. The purpose of this study was to examine how the needs of ...
  • Fisher, Bonnie; Cullen, Francis; Turner, Michael (2000)
    The National College Women Sexual Victimization (NCVS) study attempted to build on and surmount the limitations of existing research on the sexual victimization of college students. In addition to the study of sexual ...
  • Chan, John F. H. (John F. H. Chan, 2002)
    The SLS measures bullying and victimization and includes physical, psychological, and relational aggression. The most distinguishing aspect of the SLS that makes is different from other bullying measurement instrument is ...
  • Neumark-Sztainer, Dianne (International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders, 2002)
    This survey was developed to allow for assessing the relationship between weight-based teasing and health-related outcomes. These survey questions were developed for the Project EAT survey based upon measures developed ...
  • Smith, Paige Hall; White, Jacquelyn; Holland, Lindsay (2003)
    Objectives: We investigated physical assault in dating relationships and its co-occurrence with sexual assault from high school through college. Methods: Two classes of university women (n = 1569) completed 5 surveys during ...
  • McCosker, Heather; Barnard, Alan; Gerber, Rod (Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 2003)
    Much of the domestic violence and abuse literature contains reports of quantitative research approaches that quantify the experience, identify those at risk, and recommend interventions. Although important, these approaches ...
  • Campbell, Jacquelyn; Webster, Daniel; Koziol-McLain, Jane; Campbell, Doris; Curry, Mary Ann; Gary, Faye; McFarlane, Judith; Sachs, Carolyn; Sharps, Phyllis; Ulrich, Yvonne; Wilt, Susan; Block, Carolyn Rebecca (National Institute of Justice (NIJ), 2003)
    A team of researchers studied the Danger Assessment and found that despite certain limitations, the tool can with some reliability identify women who may be at risk of being killed by their intimate partners. The study ...
  • Milberger, Sharon (Violence and Victims, 2003)
    The questionnaire has two parts. Part 1 is a brief questionnaire to screen for a history of domestic violence and identify demographic characteristics. Variables in Parts 1 and 2 include type of disability, type of personal ...
  • Mohler-Kuo, Meichun; Dowdall, George; Koss, Mary; Wechsler, Henry (Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 2004)
    Objective: Heavy alcohol use is widespread among college students, particularly in those social situations where the risk of rape rises. Few studies have provided information on rapes of college women that occur when ...
  • Bennett, Larry; Riger, Stephanie; Schewe, Paul; Howard, April; Wasco, Sharon (2004)
    The authors report the results of an evaluation of services provided by 54 Illinois domestic violence agencies. In collaboration with the University of Illinois at Chicago evaluation team, domestic violence advocates ...
  • Babcock, Julia; Green, Charles; Robie, Chet (Pennsylvania State University, 2004)
    This meta-analytic review examines the findings of 22 studies evaluating treatment efficacy for domestically violent males. The outcome literature of controlled quasi-experimental and experimental studies was reviewed to ...
  • Chaffin, Mark; Silovsky, Jane; Funderburk, Beverly; Valle, Linda Anne; Brestan, Elizabeth; Balachova, Tatiana; Jackson, Shelli; Lensgraf, Jay; Bonner, Barbara (Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2004)
    A randomized trial was conducted to test the efficacy and sufficiency of parent–child interaction therapy (PCIT) in preventing re-reports of physical abuse among abusive parents. Physically abusive parents (N 110) were ...
  • Weisz, Arlene N.; Canales-Portalatin, David (National Institute of Justice, 2004)
    This instrument was used for telephone interviews with women named as victims on police reports of domestic violence. A strength is that this approach seeks the opinions and experiences of women who possibly did not seek ...
  • Aronson Fontes, Lisa (Ethics and Behavior, 2004)
    Traditional disciplinary guidelines are inadequate to address some of the ethical dilemmas that emerge when conducting research on violence against women and girls. This article is organized according to the ethical ...
  • Lundy, Marta; Grossman, Rebecca (2005)
    As the visibility of domestic violence (DV) continues to increase, so too does our awareness of the needs of the children in violent families. This study documents the various needs and problems of over 40,000 children as ...
  • Sullivan, Cris; Hagen, Leslie (Research Consortium on Gender-based Violence, 2005)
    Sixty-one survivors of domestic or sexual abuse participated in focus groups to dis-cuss their perceptions of mandatory reporting by health care professionals. Only one participant believed that medical providers should ...