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Practitioner Review: Twenty years of research with adverse childhood experience scores – Advantages, disadvantages and applications to practice

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Adverse childhood experience (ACE) scores have become a common approach for considering childhood adversities and are highly influential in public policy and clinical practice. Their use is also controversial. Other ways of measuring adversity ‐ examining single adversities, or using theoretically or empirically driven methods ‐ might have advantages over ACE scores. Access the video abstract here
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Keywords: Adversity; child abuse; early life experience; social psychiatry; social work

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 1, 2020

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