Browsing by Subject "Abuse"

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  • Soeken, K.L.; McFarlane, J.; Parker, B.; Lominack, M.C. (Sage Publications, 1992)
    Soeken, McFarlane, Parker, and Lominack developed the Abuse Assessment Screen (A.A.S.) in 1992 as a clinician-administered sexual and physical violence assessment tool for use in medical practice. A.A.S. includes five ...
  • Baladerian, Nora; Coleman, Thomas; Stream, Jim (Disability and Abuse Project, 2013)
    The 2012 Survey on Abuse of People with Disabilities is the first national survey of its kind -- one that focuses on incidents of, responses to, and attitudes about abuse or crime victimization of children and adults with ...
  • 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 ...
  • Tyler, Kimberly; Schmitz, Rachel (Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 2018)
    Though rates of bullying among general population youth are high, there is elevated prevalence among certain subgroups, in particular sexual minority homeless youth. Enduring bullying can have devastating consequences, ...
  • Swaine, Jon; Laughland, Oliver; Lartey, Jamiles; McCarthy, Ciara (2016)
    "The Counted is a project by the Guardian – and you – working to count the number of people killed by police and other law enforcement agencies in the United States throughout 2015 and 2016, to monitor their demographics ...
  • Campbell, J.C. (Sage Publications, 2004)
    Dr. Jaquelyn Campbell and John Hopkins School of Nursing developed the Danger Assessment (DA) screening tool in 1986, finalizing it in 2004, as a proprietary instrument “that helps to determine the level of danger an abused ...
  • Hunter, Cathryn (American Society for the Positive Care of Children, 2017)
    Experiencing abuse and neglect in childhood can lead to adverse outcomes in adulthood. The purpose of this blog is to indicate the potential long-term effects of child abuse and neglect that may extend into adulthood. ...
  • Lachs, Mark; Twomey, Mary S. (Center on Elder Abuse, 2012)
    This video is a recording of a podcast sponsored by the Center on Elder Abuse that includes visual slides. The video is part one of a two-part series titled "Elder Abuse Research for Non-Researchers." The collection addresses ...
  • Ortovela, Pietro; Ashcroft, Alexandra (The Naked Scientists, 2017)
    Short term memory is incredibly important in day to day life, whether you're driving to work, having a conversation or reading through the Naked Scientists website. However, scientists from Princeton University, Universidad ...
  • Kozlowska, Kasia; Walker, Peter; McLean, Loyola; Carrive, Pascal (Wolters Kluwer, 2015)
    Evolution has endowed all humans with a continuum of innate, hard-wired, automatically activated defense behaviors, termed the defense cascade. Arousal is the first step in activating the defense cascade; flight or fight ...
  • Pak, Jae Jin; Reid, Joan; Vandenberg, Martina (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2018)
    The HHS National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center hosted a 90-minute webinar that highlights emerging trends, case studies, and best practices for providing supportive and comprehensive services ...
  • Sherin, K.M.; Sinacore, J.M.; Li, X.; Zitter, R.E.; Shakil, A. (1998)
    Sherin, Sinacore, Li, Zitter, and Shakil developed the public domain Hurt, Insulted, Threatened with Harm and Screamed (HITS) domestic violence screening tool in 1998 to help medical professionals detect abuse. This tool ...
  • Trickett, Penelope; Noll, Jennie; Putnam, Frank (Development Psychopathology, 2011)
    This is a report on the research design and findings of a 23-year longitudinal study of the impact of intrafamilial sexual abuse on female development. The conceptual framework integrated concepts of psychological adjustment ...
  • Backstrom, James (University of St. Thomas, 2016)
    One of the truly sad realities of the world we live in is that some of the most vulnerable persons in our society, those living with developmental disabilities, are at a much higher risk of criminal victimization than are ...
  • Unknown author (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 2014)
    This fact sheet explores the links between intimate partner violence (IPV) and HIV among women in the U.S. It draws from statistics covering prevalence of both IPV and HIV, and covers the associations between the two, ...
  • Jin, Hae Rim; Franklin, Cortney (Crime Victims' Institute at Sam Houston State University, 2016)
    Over the past three decades, the literature on intimate partner violence (IPV) has seen advances by including the victimization of same‐sex individuals. An understanding of interpersonal violence within gender and sexual ...
  • Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence (2005)
    The Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence developed the Lethality Assessment Program (LAP) in 2005 as a protocol for law enforcement and domestic violence service programs to encourage victims at risk of intimate ...
  • Hjelen Stige, Signe; Rosenvinge, Jan; Traeen, Bente (Psychotherapy Research, 2013)
    The present study explores how trauma clients experience participation in an inclusive stabilization group approach. Upon completion of treatment, all 31 clients from six stabilization groups for women were invited to ...
  • Olsvik, Vigdis (Eastern Norway Research Institute, 2010)
    The main topics of this paper, which was presented at the 11th European Conference on Traumatic Stress (ECOTS) in Oslo on June 15-17 2009, are to explore the concepts of multiple and repeat victimization with regard to ...
  • Emery, Clifton; Yang, Hyerin; Kim, Oksoo; Ko, Yoonjeong (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2019)
    Drawing on a new typology of intimate partner violence (IPV), this paper tests the relationship between indicators of totalitarian and anarchic IPV and child polyvictimization incidence and severity [anarchic is defined ...