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Browsing Open Access Instruments Collection by Issue Date

Browsing Open Access Instruments Collection by Issue Date

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  • Saunders, Daniel G.; Lynch, Ann B.; Grayson, Marcia; Linz, Daniel (Violence and Victims, 1987)
    The understanding of the underlying intimate partner violence (or wife beating) is important to understanding that lead to individuals to use violence in their own relationships. The Inventory of Beliefs about Wife Beating ...
  • Crick, Nicki; Grotpeter, Jennifer K. (Nicki R. CrickNicki Crick and Jennifer K. Grotpeter, 1991)
    The initial goal of the study was to look at the differences in aggressive behavior by gender. Prior research had looked at aggression between student but not aggregated these findings by gender. Males are traditionally ...
  • Grych, John; Seid, Michael; Fincham, Frank (Child Development, 1992)
    This study is based on work by Grych and Fincham’s (1990) cognitive-contextual model. The study is meant to examine how children interpret conflict between parents or between their parent and their parent’s partner and ...
  • Gibbs, John C.; Basinger, Karen S.; Fuller, Dick (Routledge, 1992)
    This measure is designed to be used in a one on one interview looking at moral reasoning and judgement for K-12 and college students. Questions look at whether behaviors such as lying to friends and parents, saving the ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 (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 ...
  • Sackett, Leslie A.; Saunders, Daniel G. (Violence and Victims, 1999)
    To develop a multi-factorial measure of psychological abuse and show the relationship of different forms of abuse to self-esteem and depression. Battered women (mean age 34.7 yrs) receiving either shelter (n = 30) or ...
  • Zweig, Janine; Crockett, Lisa; Sayer, Aline; Vicary, Judith (Journal of Sex Research, 1999)
    This research instrument is designed to measure sexual victimization among young adults, with a particular focus on intercourse (including vaginal, oral, or anal). It seeks to understand if young adults have experienced ...
  • Raymond, Janice G.; Hughes, Donna M. (National Institute of Justice, 2001)
    This study was conducted by the Coalition Against Trafficking Women to examine trends in the trafficking both international and domestic women in the United States. The study developed a research framework to track the ...
  • Raymond, Janice G.; Hughes, Donna M. (National Institute of Justice, 2001)
    This study was conducted by the Coalition Against Trafficking Women to examine trends in the trafficking both international and domestic women in the United States. The study developed a research framework to track the ...
  • Raymond, Janice G.; Hughes, Donna M. (National Institute of Justice, 2001)
    This study was conducted by the Coalition Against Trafficking Women to examine trends in the trafficking both international and domestic women in the United States. The study developed a research framework to track the ...
  • Raymond, Janice G.; Hughes, Donna M. (National Institute of Justice, 2001)
    This study was conducted by the Coalition Against Trafficking Women to examine trends in the trafficking both international and domestic women in the United States. The study developed a research framework to track the ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • English, Diana J.; Brummel, Sherry C.; Graham, J. Christopher; Coghlan, Laura K. (Child Abuse & Neglect, 2002)
    The purpose of this study was to examine the factors that lead Child Protective Services (CPS) to either substantiate or find a claim inconclusive. The study looks at the ways in which CPS workers interpret policies related ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...

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