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Start Date: 9/8/2013    End Date: 9/14/2013

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Corrections7Courts1
Criminology32Juveniles27
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Corrections
1. Biennial Comparison of “Private Versus Public Provision of Services” Required Per A.R.S. [Paragraph] 41-1609.01 (K)(M)
 NCJ Number:  241622
 Publication Date:  12/2011
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2. Unasked Questions, Unintended Consequences: Fifteen Findings and Recommendations on Illinois’ Prison Healthcare System
 NCJ Number:  242399
 Publication Date:  2013
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3. Social Reconciliation Theory—Developing a New Foundation for Community-Based Responses to Sex Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 5-1 - 5-16, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243096
 Author:  Stephen G. Price, M.A., M.S.
 Publication Date:  2011
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4. Value of “Silence” in the Lives of Postincarcerated Women
 NCJ Number:  243419
 Author:  Alice McIntyre
 Journal: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation  Volume:52  Issue:1  Dated:January 2013  Pages:1 to 15
 Publication Date:  01/2013
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5. Sex Offender Situational Competency Test (SOSCT) Pretreatment and Posttreatment Effects for Inpatient Sex Offenders in Hypothetical High-Risk Situations
 NCJ Number:  243420
 Author:  John R. Reddon ; Shelly Takacs ; Stephen Hogan
 Journal: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation  Volume:52  Issue:1  Dated:January 2013  Pages:16 to 28
 Publication Date:  01/2013
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6. Experiences of Registered Sex Offenders With Internet Offender Registries in Three States
 NCJ Number:  243421
 Author:  Alissa R. Ackerman ; Megan Sacks ; Lindsay N. Osier
 Journal: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation  Volume:52  Issue:1  Dated:January 2013  Pages:29 to 45
 Publication Date:  01/2013
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7. Equine-Facilitated Prison-Based Programs Within the Context of Prison-Based Animal Programs: State of the Science Review
 NCJ Number:  243422
 Author:  Keren Bachi
 Journal: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation  Volume:52  Issue:1  Dated:January 2013  Pages:46 to 74
 Publication Date:  01/2013
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Courts
8. Gun Courts
 NCJ Number:  241623
 Author:  Robin Noble
 Journal: Swift & Certain  Volume:4  Issue:3 & 4  Dated:2008  Pages:1 to 4
 Publication Date:  2008
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Criminology
9. Translational Criminology, Winter 2012
 NCJ Number:  241009
 Journal: Translational Criminology  Dated:Winter 2012  Pages:1 to 24
 Publication Date:  2012
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10. Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment
 NCJ Number:  243091
 Publication Date:  2011
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11. Clinical Theories of Sex Offenses (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 1-1 - 1-35, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243092
 Author:  Barbara K. Schwartz, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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12. Characteristics and Typologies of Sex Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 2-1 - 1-33, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243093
 Author:  Barbara K. Schwartz, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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13. Invoking Sympathy—Assessment and Treatment of Empathy Deficits Among Sexual Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 3-1 - 3-12, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243094
 Author:  R. Karl Hanson, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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14. Attachment Style, Intimacy Deficits, and Sexual Offending (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 4-1 - 4-14, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243095
 Author:  Tony Ward, Ph.D ; Stephen M. Hudson, Ph.D. ; Julie McCormack, B.Sc.
 Publication Date:  2011
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15. Closer Look at Sex Offender Character Pathology and Relapse Prevention—An Integrative Approach (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 6-1 - 6-7, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243097
 Author:  Barry Anechiarico, L.I.C.S.W.
 Publication Date:  2011
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16. Mood, Conflict, and Deviant Sexual Fantasies (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 7-1 - 7-16, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243098
 Author:  Jan Looman, Ph.D. ; Geris Serran, Ph.D. ; W. L. Marshall, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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17. Relationship Among Empathy, Cognitive Distortions, and Self-Esteem in Sexual Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 8-1 - 8-15, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243099
 Author:  Yolanda M. Fernandez, Ph.D. ; Dana Anderson, Ph.D. ; W. L. Marshall, Ph.D. ; Daniel Perry, B.Psych.
 Publication Date:  2011
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18. Theoretical Model of the Influences of Shame and Guilt on Sexual Offending (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 9-1 - 9-12, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243100
 Author:  Kurt M. Bumby, Ph.D. ; W. L. Marshall, Ph.D. ; Calvin M. Langton, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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19. Self-Regulation Model of the Relapse Process in Sexual Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 10-1 - 10-8, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243101
 Author:  Tony Ward, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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20. Role of Attachment in Sexual Offending—An Examination of Preoccupied-Attachment-Style Offending Behavior (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 12-1 - 12-9, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243103
 Author:  Liam E. Marshall, B.A. ; W. L. Marshall, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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21. Locus of Control, Coping, and Sexual Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 14-1 - 14-18, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243105
 Author:  Franca Cortoni, Ph.D. ; Dana Anderson, Ph.D. ; David A. Bright, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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22. Trauma, Attachment, and Neurodevelopment—Implications for Treating Sexual Behavior Problems (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 15-1 - 15-26, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243106
 Author:  Kevin Creeden, M.A.
 Publication Date:  2011
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23. Emotional World of the Sexual Offender—Does It Matter? (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 16-1 - 16-23, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243107
 Author:  Deloris Tyler Roys, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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24. Pathways to Sexual Offending (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 17-1 - 17-16, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243108
 Author:  Pamela M. Yates, Ph.D. ; Drew A. Kingston, B.A.
 Publication Date:  2011
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25. Scapegoating the Sex Offender—The Monstrous Other (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 18-1 - 18-22, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243109
 Author:  John Douard, J.D., Ph.D. ; Pamela D. Schultz, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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26. Clinical Assessment of Sex Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 19-1 - 19-15, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243110
 Author:  Rachel A. Freund, Ph.D. ; Michael J. Dougher, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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27. Issues in the Assessment of Sexual Offenders’ Cognitive Distortions (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 20-1 - 20-11, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243111
 Author:  Anita Schlank, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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28. Cognitive Distortions in Sexual Offenders With Intellectual Deficits (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 21-1 - 21-15, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243112
 Author:  David M. Kalal, Ph.D. ; Christine M. Nezu, Ph.D. ; Arthur M. Nezu, Ph.D. ; Patrick W. McGuffin, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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29. Sex Offender Assessment—Sexual Adjustment Inventory (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 22-1 - 22-41, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243113
 Author:  Herman Lindeman, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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30. Group Therapy (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 24-1 - 24-17, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243115
 Author:  Barbara K, Schwartz, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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31. Behavioral Techniques to Alter Sexual Arousal (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 25-1 - 25-10, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243116
 Author:  Rachel A. Freund, Ph.D. ; Michael J. Dougher, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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32. Logistic Regression Analysis of Factors That Predict Sex Offender Recidivism (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 26-1 - 26-16, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243117
 Author:  Lawrence L. Bench, Ph.D. ; Terry Allen, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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33. Community Management of Sex Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 27-1 - 27-13, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243118
 Author:  Lori Koester Scott, M.C.
 Publication Date:  2011
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34. Psychological Force in Sexual Offenses—Forensic and Treatment Implications (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 28-1 - 28-11, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243119
 Author:  Scott A. Johnson, M.A., L.P.
 Publication Date:  2011
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35. Assessment and Treatment of Incest Families (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 29-1 - 29-12, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243120
 Author:  Rebecca Palmer, M.S.
 Publication Date:  2011
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36. Developing Therapeutic Communities for Sex Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 30-1 - 30-11, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243121
 Author:  Debra K. Baker, M.A., L.M.H.C. ; Malee Prete, M.S.W., L.I.C.S.W.
 Publication Date:  2011
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37. Using Drama Therapy to Do Personal Victimization Work With Sexual Aggressors—A Review of the Research (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 31-1 - 31-23, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243122
 Author:  Barbara K. Schwartz, Ph.D. ; John Bergman, M.A.
 Publication Date:  2011
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38. Organized Crime Offenders in Canada: Risk, Reform, and Recidivism
 NCJ Number:  243423
 Author:  Yvonne Stys ; Rick Ruddell
 Journal: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation  Volume:52  Issue:2  Dated:February-March 2013  Pages:75 to 97
 Publication Date:  03/2013
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39. Financial Training for Exonerees Awaiting Compensation: A Case Study
 NCJ Number:  243424
 Author:  Jamie Page
 Journal: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation  Volume:52  Issue:2  Dated:February-March 2013  Pages:98 to 118
 Publication Date:  03/2013
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40. Mississippi's DUI Offender Intervention: 40 Years of Programming and Research
 NCJ Number:  243426
 Author:  Angela A. Robertson ; Sheena Gardner ; Xiaohe Xu ; Guangqing Chi ; D. Lee McCluskey
 Journal: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation  Volume:52  Issue:2  Dated:February-March 2013  Pages:138 to 155
 Publication Date:  03/2013
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Juveniles
41. Indicators of School Crime and Safety, 2012
 NCJ Number:  241446
 Author:  Jennifer Truman ; Simone Robers ; Jana Kemp
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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42. Ending the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children: A Call for Multi-System Collaboration in California
 NCJ Number:  242879
 Author:  Kate Walker
 Publication Date:  2013
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43. For the Wellfare of Children: Lessons Learned from Class Action Litigation
 NCJ Number:  242880
 Publication Date:  01/2012
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44. Thinking Outside the Cell: Alternatives to Incarceration for Youth with Mental Health Illness
 NCJ Number:  242881
 Publication Date:  04/2011
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45. Call to Stop Child Prosecutions in Wyoming Adult Courts
 NCJ Number:  242882
 Author:  Pat Arthur ; Mikaela Rabinowitz ; Jennifer Horvath
 Publication Date:  06/2010
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46. Juvenile Justice Reform in Arkansas: Building a Better Future for Youth, their Families, and the Community
 NCJ Number:  242883
 Author:  Pat Arthur ; Tim Roche
 Publication Date:  05/2008
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47. Homicide Rates Among Persons Aged 10-24 Years - United States, 1981–2010
 NCJ Number:  242916
 Author:  Corinne David-Ferdon, Ph.D. ; Linda L. Dahlberg, Ph.D. ; Scott R. Kegler, Ph.D.
 Journal: Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report  Volume:62  Issue:27  Dated:July 2013  Pages:545 to 548
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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48. New Toolkits Help Jails and Juvenile Agencies Manage Their PREA Implementation
 NCJ Number:  242920
 Author:  Connie Clem ; Caleb Asbridge
 Publication Date:  2013
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49. Georgia’s 2013 Juvenile Justice Reform
 NCJ Number:  242944
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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50. Bridge to Somewhere: How Research Made its Way into Legislative Juvenile Justice Reform in Ohio
 NCJ Number:  242947
 Author:  Gabriella Celeste, J.D.
 Publication Date:  2012
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51. Raising the Age of Juvenile Court Jurisdiction: The Future of 17-Year-Olds in Illinois’ Justice System
 NCJ Number:  242948
 Author:  Stephanie Kollmann
 Publication Date:  02/2013
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52. Holistic/Integrated Approach to Treating Young People With Sexual Behavior Problems (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 11-1 - 11-20, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243102
 Author:  Robert E. Longo, M.R.C., L.P.C., N.C.C.
 Publication Date:  2011
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53. Object Relations and Victimization Histories of Juvenile Sex Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 13-1 - 13-40, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243104
 Author:  Alejandro Leguizamo, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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54. Current State of Adolescent Risk Assessment (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 23-1 - 23-15, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243114
 Author:  David S. Prescott, M.S.W., L.I.C.S.W.
 Publication Date:  2011
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55. Peer Context and the Development of the Perpetration of Adolescent Dating Violence
 NCJ Number:  243230
 Author:  Vangie A. Foshee ; Thad S. Benefield ; Heath Luz McNaughton Reyes ; Susan T. Ennett ; Robert Faris ; Ling-Yin Chang ; Andrea Hussong ; Chirayath M. Suchindran
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:4  Dated:April 2013  Pages:471 to 486
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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56. Role of Peer Group Aggression in Predicting Adolescent Dating Violence and Relationship Quality
 NCJ Number:  243231
 Author:  Wendy E. Ellis ; Janet Chung-Hall ; Tara M. Dumas
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:4  Dated:April 2013  Pages:487 to 499
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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57. Understanding Adolescent and Family Influences on Intimate Partner Psychological Violence During Emerging Adulthood and Adulthood
 NCJ Number:  243232
 Author:  Brenda J. Lohman ; Tricia K. Neppl ; Jennifer M. Senia ; Thomas J. Schofield
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:4  Dated:April 2013  Pages:500 to 517
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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58. Impact of Collective Efficacy on Risks for Adolescents’ Perpetration of Dating Violence
 NCJ Number:  243233
 Author:  Melissa P. Schnurr ; Brenda J. Lohman
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:4  Dated:April 2013  Pages:518 to 535
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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59. Individual and Family Predictors of the Perpetration of Dating Violence and Victimization in Late Adolescence
 NCJ Number:  243234
 Author:  Kerry Makin-Byrd ; Karen L. Bierman
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:4  Dated:April 2013  Pages:536 to 550
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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60. Trajectories of Physical Dating Violence from Middle to High School: Association with Relationship Quality and Acceptability of Aggression
 NCJ Number:  243235
 Author:  Pamela Orpinas ; Hsien-Lin Hsieh ; Xiao Song ; Kristin Holland ; Lusine Nahapetyan
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:4  Dated:April 2013  Pages:551 to 565
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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61. Predictors of Latent Trajectory Classes of Physical Dating Violence Victimization
 NCJ Number:  243236
 Author:  Ashley Brooks-Russell ; Vangie A. Foshee ; Susan T. Ennett
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:4  Dated:April 2013  Pages:566 to 580
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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62. Sexual Dating Aggression Across Grades 8 Through 12: Timing and Predictors of Onset
 NCJ Number:  243237
 Author:  H. Luz McNaughton Reyes ; Vangie A. Foshee
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:4  Dated:April 2013  Pages:581 to 595
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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63. Substance Use as a Longitudinal Predictor of the Perpetration of Teen Dating Violence
 NCJ Number:  243238
 Author:  Jeff R. Temple ; Ryan C. Shorey ; Paula Fite ; Gregory L. Stuart ; Vi Donna Le
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:4  Dated:April 2013  Pages:596 to 606
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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64. Dating Violence, Bullying, and Sexual Harassment: Longitudinal Profiles and Transitions Over Time
 NCJ Number:  243239
 Author:  Shari Miller ; Jason Williams ; Stacey Cutbush ; Deborah Gibbs ; Monique Clinton-Sherrod ; Sarah Jones
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:4  Dated:April 2013  Pages:607 to 618
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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65. Interplay Between Interpersonal Stress and Psychological Intimate Partner Violence Over Time for Young At-Risk Couples
 NCJ Number:  243240
 Author:  Joann Wu Shortt ; Deborah M. Capaldi ; Hyoun K. Kim ; Stacey S. Tiberio
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:4  Dated:April 2013  Pages:619 to 632
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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66. Beyond Correlates: A Review of Risk and Protective Factors for Adolescent Dating Violence Perpetration
 NCJ Number:  243241
 Author:  Kevin J. Vagi ; Emily F. Rothman ; Natasha E. Latzman ; Andra Teten Tharp ; Diane M. Hall ; Matthew J. Breiding
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:4  Dated:April 2013  Pages:633 to 649
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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67. Staff Group Unanimity in the Care of Juveniles in Institutional Treatment: Routines, Rituals, and Relationships
 NCJ Number:  243425
 Author:  Lia Ahonen ; Jurgen Degner
 Journal: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation  Volume:52  Issue:2  Dated:February-March 2013  Pages:119 to 137
 Publication Date:  03/2013
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68. Family Violence
 NCJ Number:  242403
 Publication Date:  2010
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69. Promoting Research to Prevent Child Maltreatment
 NCJ Number:  242878
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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