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The Development of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in a Sample of Child Witnesses to Mother Assault
Personality Profiles of Veterans Entering Treatment for Domestic Violence
Rothschild, B.; Dimson, C.; Storaasli, R.; Clapp, L.
Assessment of Perceived Parenting Behaviors: The Exposure to Abusive and Supportive Environments Parenting Inventory (EASE-PI)
Nicholas, K.B.; Bieber, S.L.
If Violence Is Domestic, Does It Really Count?
Mihalic, S.W.; Elliott, D.
The Influence of Case and Professional Variables on the Identification and Reporting of Child Maltreatment: A Study of Licensed Psychologists and Certified Masters Social Workers
Hansen, D.J.; Bumby, K.M.; Lundquist, L.M.; Chandler, R.M.; Le, P.T.; Futa, K.T.
Risk Factors for Family Abduction: Demographic and Family Interaction Characteristics
Plass, P.S.; Finkelhor, D.; Hotaling, G.T.
Domestic Violence Victims Support Mandatory Reporting: For Others
Coulter, M.L.; Chez, R.A.
Book Review Treating Sexually Abused Children and Their Nonoffending Parents: A Cognitive Behavioral Approach. By E. Deblinger and A. Heflin. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1996, xv + 256 pp.
Book Review True and False Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse: Assessment and Case Management. By Tara Ney. Brunner/Mazel, 1995, 371 pp.
Book Review The Male Survivor. By M. P. Mendel. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1995, xvi + 239 pp.
Book Review No Safe Haven: Male Violence Against Women at Home, at Work, and in the Community. By M. P. Koss, L. A. Goodman, A. Browne, L. F. Fitzgerald, G. P. Keita, & N. F. Russo. Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association, 1994, 344 pp. $40.00
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