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Browsing Open Access Instruments Collection by Title

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  • Johnson, Sherri (Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services, 2018)
    This study was designed to provide Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) with information on training needs, training topics, training delivery methods, and barriers to training among victims’ services ...
  • Weist, Mark D.; Pollitt-Hill, Jennifer; Kinney, Linda; Bryant, Yaphet; Anthony, Laura; Wilkerson, Jennifer (National Institute of Justice, 2007)
    The purpose of this study was to look at the service needs of African American women who were victims of sexual assault in Maryland. Focus groups were conducted with those providing survives in Maryland on the needs of ...
  • Weist, Mark; Pollitt-Hill, Jennifer; Kinney, Linda; Bryant, Yaphet; Anthony, Laura; Wilkerson, Jennifer (National Institute of Justice, 2007)
    The purpose of this study was to look at the experiences of African American women who were victims of sexual assault in Maryland. Interviews were conducted with both African American and Caucasian women on their experiences ...
  • Goldberg, Lewis R.; Freyd, Jennifer J. (Lewis R. Goldberg and Jennifer J. Freyd, 2006)
    This survey was developed as a modification of the Betrayal Trauma Inventory (BTI) , which is an event history measure that looks at various types of traumas experienced and their impact. Trauma related to a betrayal of ...
  • Bernstein, Rosemary E.; Deckler, Brianna C.; Knight, Jeffrey A.; Freyd, Jennifer J. (Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, & Policy, 2015)
    Those who are mistreated or abused by those who they trust develop coping skills to deal with the betrayal of the trusted person. This can lead an intense fear, which can develop into post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), ...
  • Mosqueda, Laura (University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine, 2009)
    This study was designed to look at bruising as a marker of physical elder abuse. Bruises were examined to determine if elder abuse had occurred and an expert panel confirmed that the bruises were due to physical elder ...
  • Krebs, Christopher; Lindquist, Christine; Planty, Michael; Langton, Lynn (RTI International, 2016)
    The Campus Climate Survey Validation Study (CCSVS) was designed to efficiently and confidentially measure the incidence and prevalence of campus sexual assault and the campus climate related to sexual harassment and sexual ...
  • Paluck, Betsy Levy; Shepherd, Hana H.; Aronow, Peter (National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2016)
    Theories explaining human behavior argue that individuals look to others in their community to what behaviors are socially acceptable and what behaviors are deviant. Most individuals adjust their behavior so that it fits ...
  • Johnson, Sherri (Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services, 2013)
    This survey was developed to gather information on investigative, administrative, and judicial processes related to child abuse and neglect, including child sexual abuse/exploitation, in Virginia. The study focused on three ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Messner, Steven F.; Zhang, Lening; Liu, Jianhong (International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 2007)
    This study was designed to identify predictors of criminal victimization based on lifestyles and routine activities theory to make recommendations for policy and improving public safety. Participants were asked about their ...
  • Dutton, Mary Ann; Goodman, Lisa; Schmidt, R. James (COSMOS Corporation, 2005)
    This instrument was created to measure the previously neglected area of nonviolent coercive control in intimate partner violence. This was used to gain a theoretical understanding of coercive control. This instrument ...
  • Beran, Tanya; Li, Qing (Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2005)
    Results from this survey determine the nature and extent of various forms of cyber-bullying among ethnically diverse adolescents. Also, both the emotional and behavioral impact of being cyber-bullied is measured. There are ...
  • Patchin, Justin W.; Hinduja, Sameer (Sage Publications, 2015)
    The instrument can be used to measure the prevalence and general frequency of online aggression/cyberbullying victimization and offending. It is important to carefully define cyberbullying for respondents as noted in the ...
  • Sabina, Chiara; Cuevas, Carlos (National Institute of Justice, 2013)
    The purpose of the study was to: determine extent of dating violence in a sample of male and female Latino adolescents, determine the coexistence of other forms of victimization among those who experienced dating violence, ...
  • Cuevas, Carlos; Sabina, Chiara (Journal of Adolescence, 2016)
    The purpose of the study was to examine dating violence among Latino adolescents over time, evaluate the longitudinal patterns of co-occurring victimization (polyvictimization) for Latino victims of dating violence, examine ...
  • Hamby, Sherry; Taylor, Elizabeth; Smith, Alli; Jones, Lisa; Mitchell, Kimberly (Life Paths Appalachian Research Center, 2017)
    Technology and related victimization are increasing and, in some cases, replacing in person crime. This survey looks at online behavior, risk and protective measures, and online victimization. Types of victimization measured ...
  • Bair-Merritt, Megan; Matson, Pamela A. (Megan Bair-Merritt and Pamela A. Matson, 2018)
    Our study sought to explore young women's daily reports of teen dating violence. We, therefore, adapted a validated measure such that it could be administered by a link on one's Smart Phone (i.e., the measure needed to be ...

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