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Start Date: 5/25/2014    End Date: 5/31/2014

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Criminology3Juveniles38
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International Terrorism1International Juveniles1
International Victims3
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Criminology
1. Forensic DNA Backlog Reduction Program: Fiscal Year 2012 Awards and Abstracts
 NCJ Number:  245726
 Publication Date:  2013
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2. Placing the Crime Decline in Context: A Comment on Baumer and Wolff
 NCJ Number:  246444
 Author:  Lauren J. Krivo
 Journal: Justice Quarterly  Volume:31  Issue:1  Dated:February 2014  Pages:39 to 42
 Publication Date:  02/2013
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3. Environmental Justice, Lead, and Crime: Exploring the Spatial Distribution and Impact of Industrial Facilities in Hillsborough County, Florida
 NCJ Number:  246446
 Author:  Kim M. Lersch ; Timothy C. Hart
 Journal: Sociological Spectrum  Volume:34  Issue:1  Dated:January-February 2014  Pages:1 to 21
 Publication Date:  02/2014
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Juveniles
4. Traumatized Youth in Residential Treatment Settings: Prevalence, Clinical Presentation, Treatment, and Policy Implications
 NCJ Number:  245488
 Author:  Amanda D. Zelechoski ; Ritu Sharma ; Kari Beserra ; Jennifer L. Miguel ; Mia DeMarco ; Joseph Spinazzola
 Journal: Journal of Family Violence  Volume:28  Issue:7  Dated:October 2013  Pages:635 to 638
 Publication Date:  10/2013
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5. Clinical Considerations for the Treatment of Latency Age Children in Residential Care
 NCJ Number:  245489
 Author:  Angel M. Knoverek ; Ernestine C. Briggs ; Lee A. Underwood ; Robert L. Hartman
 Journal: Journal of Family Violence  Volume:28  Issue:7  Dated:October 2013  Pages:653 to 663
 Publication Date:  10/2013
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6. Systemic Self-Regulation: A Framework for Trauma-Informed Services in Residential Juvenile Justice Programs
 NCJ Number:  245490
 Author:  Julian D. Ford ; Margaret E. Blaustein
 Journal: Journal of Family Violence  Volume:28  Issue:7  Dated:October 2013  Pages:665 to 677
 Publication Date:  10/2013
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7. Development and Implementation of Trauma-Informed Programming in Youth Residential Treatment Centers Using the ARC Framework
 NCJ Number:  245491
 Author:  Hilary B. Hodgdon ; Kristine Kinniburgh ; Dawna Gabowitz ; Margaret E. Blaustein ; Joseph Spinazzola
 Journal: Journal of Family Violence  Volume:28  Issue:7  Dated:October 2013  Pages:679 to 692
 Publication Date:  10/2013
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8. Trauma Systems Therapy in Residential Settings: Improving Emotion Regulation and the Social Environment of Traumatized Children and Youth in Congregate Care
 NCJ Number:  245492
 Author:  Adam D. Brown ; Kelly McCauley ; Carryl P. Navalta ; Glenn N. Saxe
 Journal: Journal of Family Violence  Volume:28  Issue:7  Dated:October 2013  Pages:693 to 703
 Publication Date:  10/2013
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9. Real Life Heroes in Residential Treatment: Implementation of an Integrated Model of Trauma and Resiliency-Focused Treatment for Children and Adolescents with Complex PTSD
 NCJ Number:  245493
 Author:  Richard Kagan ; Joseph Spinazzola
 Journal: Journal of Family Violence  Volume:28  Issue:7  Dated:October 2013  Pages:705 to 715
 Publication Date:  10/2013
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10. Complex Histories and Complex Presentations: Implementation of a Manually-Guided Group Treatment for Traumatized Adolescents
 NCJ Number:  245494
 Author:  Mandy Habib ; Victor Labruna ; Jennifer Newman
 Journal: Journal of Family Violence  Volume:28  Issue:7  Dated:October 2013  Pages:717 to 728
 Publication Date:  10/2013
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11. Can the Body Change the Score?: Application of Sensory Modulation Principles in the Treatment of Traumatized Adolescents in Residential Settings
 NCJ Number:  245495
 Author:  Elizabeth Warner ; Jane Koomar ; Bryan Lary ; Alexandra Cook
 Journal: Journal of Family Violence  Volume:28  Issue:7  Dated:October 2013  Pages:729 to 738
 Publication Date:  10/2013
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12. Play to the Whistle: A Pilot Investigation of a Sports-Based Intervention for Traumatized Girls in Residential Treatment
 NCJ Number:  245496
 Author:  Wendy D’Andrea ; Lou Bergholz ; Andrea Fortunato ; Joseph Spinazzola
 Journal: Journal of Family Violence  Volume:28  Issue:7  Dated:October 2013  Pages:739 to 749
 Publication Date:  10/2013
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13. Fathers’ Emotional Awareness and Children’s Empathy and Externalizing Problems: The Role of Intimate Partner Violence
 NCJ Number:  245587
 Author:  Ashley C. Maliken, M.S. ; Lynn Fainsilber Katz, Ph.D.
 Journal: Journal of Interpersonal Violence  Volume:28  Issue:4  Dated:March 2013  Pages:718 to 734
 Publication Date:  03/2013
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14. Child-to-Parent Violence Emotional and Behavioral Predictors
 NCJ Number:  245589
 Author:  Esther Calvete ; Izaskun Orue ; Manuel Gámez-Guadix
 Journal: Journal of Interpersonal Violence  Volume:28  Issue:4  Dated:March 2013  Pages:755 to 772
 Publication Date:  03/2013
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15. Mediating Links Between Maternal Childhood Trauma and Preadolescent Behavioral Adjustment
 NCJ Number:  245592
 Author:  Meeyoung O. Min ; Lynn T. Singer ; Sonia Minnes ; Hyunsoo Kim ; Elizabeth Short
 Journal: Journal of Interpersonal Violence  Volume:28  Issue:4  Dated:March 2013  Pages:831 to 851
 Publication Date:  03/2013
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16. School Factors as Moderators of the Relationship Between Physical Child Abuse and Pathways of Antisocial Behavior
 NCJ Number:  245593
 Author:  J. Bart Klika, M.S.W. ; Todd I. Herrenkohl, Ph.D. ; Jungeun Olivia Lee, Ph.D.
 Journal: Journal of Interpersonal Violence  Volume:28  Issue:4  Dated:March 2013  Pages:852 to 867
 Publication Date:  03/2013
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17. Which Behavioral, Emotional and School Problems in Middle-Childhood Predict Early Sexual Behavior?
 NCJ Number:  246452
 Author:  Alison Parkes ; Andrea Waylen ; Kapil Sayal ; Jon Heron ; Marion Henderson ; Daniel Wight ; John Macleod
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:4  Dated:April 2014  Pages:507 to 527
 Publication Date:  04/2014
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18. Development of Adolescents’ Internalizing Behavior: Longitudinal Effects of Maternal Sensitivity and Child Inhibition
 NCJ Number:  246453
 Author:  Anja van der Voort ; Mariëlle Linting ; Femmie Juffer ; Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg ; Christie Schoenmaker ; Marinus H. van IJzendoorn
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:4  Dated:April 2014  Pages:528 to 540
 Publication Date:  04/2014
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19. Effects of Friendship Network Popularity on Depressive Symptoms During Early Adolescence: Moderation by Fear of Negative Evaluation and Gender
 NCJ Number:  246454
 Author:  Olga Kornienko ; Carlos E. Santos
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:4  Dated:April 2014  Pages:541 to 553
 Publication Date:  04/2014
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20. Mediating Effects of Parent–Child Relationships and Body Image in the Prediction of Internalizing Symptoms in Urban Youth
 NCJ Number:  246455
 Author:  Jocelyn Smith Carter ; Sydney Smith ; Sarah Bostick ; Kathryn E. Grant
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:4  Dated:April 2014  Pages:554 to 567
 Publication Date:  04/2014
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21. Relational Victimization, Loneliness and Depressive Symptoms: Indirect Associations Via Self and Peer Reports of Rejection Sensitivity
 NCJ Number:  246456
 Author:  Melanie J. Zimmer-Gembeck ; Sarah Trevaskis ; Drew Nesdale ; Geraldine A. Downey
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:4  Dated:April 2014  Pages:568 to 582
 Publication Date:  04/2014
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22. Development of Moral Emotions and Decision-Making From Adolescence to Early Adulthood: A 6-Year Longitudinal Study
 NCJ Number:  246457
 Author:  Tobias Krettenauer ; Tyler Colasante ; Marlis Buchmann ; Tina Malti
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:4  Dated:April 2014  Pages:583 to 596
 Publication Date:  04/2014
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23. Trajectories of Depressive Symptoms From Adolescence to Young Adulthood: The Role of Self-Esteem and Body-Related Predictors
 NCJ Number:  246458
 Author:  Jennine S. Rawana ; Ashley S. Morgan
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:4  Dated:April 2014  Pages:597 to 611
 Publication Date:  04/2014
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24. Concurrent Trajectories of Change in Adolescent and Maternal Depressive Symptoms in the TORDIA Study
 NCJ Number:  246459
 Author:  Alexandra Perloe ; Christianne Esposito-Smythers ; Timothy W. Curby ; Keith D. Renshaw
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:4  Dated:April 2014  Pages:612 to 628
 Publication Date:  04/2014
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25. Longitudinal Association of Suicidal Ideation and Physical Dating Violence among High School Students
 NCJ Number:  246460
 Author:  Lusine Nahapetyan ; Pamela Orpinas ; Xiao Song ; Kristin Holland
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:4  Dated:April 2014  Pages:629 to 640
 Publication Date:  04/2014
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26. Attachment Security to Mothers and Fathers and the Developmental Trajectories of Depressive Symptoms in Adolescence: Which Parent for Which Trajectory?
 NCJ Number:  246461
 Author:  Stéphane Duchesne ; Catherine F. Ratelle
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:4  Dated:April 2014  Pages:641 to 654
 Publication Date:  04/2014
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27. Effects of Perceived Support from Mothers, Fathers, and Teachers on Depressive Symptoms During the Transition to Middle School
 NCJ Number:  246462
 Author:  Sandra Yu Rueger ; Pan Chen ; Lyndsay N. Jenkins ; Hyung Joon Choe
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:4  Dated:April 2014  Pages:655 to 670
 Publication Date:  04/2014
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28. Longitudinal Person-Centered Examination of Nonsuicidal Self-injury Among University Students
 NCJ Number:  246463
 Author:  Chloe A. Hamza ; Teena Willoughby
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:4  Dated:April 2014  Pages:671 to 685
 Publication Date:  04/2014
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29. Similarities and Differences in Adolescent Siblings’ Alcohol-Related Attitudes, Use, and Delinquency: Evidence for Convergent and Divergent Influence Processes
 NCJ Number:  246665
 Author:  Shawn D. Whiteman ; Alexander C. Jensen ; Jennifer L. Maggs
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:5  Dated:May 2014  Pages:687 to 697
 Publication Date:  05/2014
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30. Childhood Predictors and Mid-Adolescent Correlates of Developmental Trajectories of Alcohol Use Among Male and Female Youth
 NCJ Number:  246666
 Author:  Karina Weichold ; Margit F. Wiesner ; Rainer K. Silbereisen
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:5  Dated:May 2014  Pages:698 to 716
 Publication Date:  05/2014
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31. Impact of Media-Related Cognitions on Children’s Substance Use Outcomes in the Context of Parental and Peer Substance Use
 NCJ Number:  246667
 Author:  Tracy M. Scull ; Janis B. Kupersmidt ; Jennifer Toller Erausquin
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:5  Dated:May 2014  Pages:717 to 728
 Publication Date:  05/2014
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32. Youths’ Substance Use and Changes in Parental Knowledge-Related Behaviors During Middle School: A Person-Oriented Approach
 NCJ Number:  246668
 Author:  Melissa A. Lippold ; Mark T. Greenberg ; Linda M. Collins
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:5  Dated:May 2014  Pages:729 to 744
 Publication Date:  05/2014
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33. Processes Linking Parents’ and Adolescents’ Religiousness and Adolescent Substance Use: Monitoring and Self-Control
 NCJ Number:  246669
 Author:  Jungmeen Kim-Spoon ; Julee P. Farley ; Christopher Holmes ; Gregory S. Longo ; Michael E. McCullough
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:5  Dated:May 2014  Pages:745 to 756
 Publication Date:  05/2014
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34. Institutional and Personal Spirituality/Religiosity and Psychosocial Adjustment in Adolescence: Concurrent and Longitudinal Associations
 NCJ Number:  246670
 Author:  Marie Good ; Teena Willoughby
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:5  Dated:May 2014  Pages:757 to 774
 Publication Date:  05/2014
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35. Developmental Trajectories and Predictors of Externalizing Behavior: A Comparison of Girls and Boys
 NCJ Number:  246671
 Author:  Carolin Fernandez Castelao ; Birgit Kröner-Herwig
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:5  Dated:May 2014  Pages:775 to 789
 Publication Date:  05/2014
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36. Bidirectional Relationships Between Online Victimization and Psychosocial Problems in Adolescents: A Comparison with Real-Life Victimization
 NCJ Number:  246672
 Author:  Regina van den Eijnden ; Ad Vermulst ; Antonius J. van Rooij ; Ron Scholte ; Dike van de Mheen
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:5  Dated:May 2014  Pages:790 to 802
 Publication Date:  05/2014
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37. Adolescents’ Information Management: Comparing Ideas About Why Adolescents Disclose to or Keep Secrets from Their Parents
 NCJ Number:  246673
 Author:  Lauree Tilton-Weaver
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:5  Dated:May 2014  Pages:803 to 813
 Publication Date:  05/2014
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38. Biopsychosocial Model of Body Image Concerns and Disordered Eating in Early Adolescent Girls
 NCJ Number:  246674
 Author:  Rachel F. Rodgers ; Susan J. Paxton ; Siân A. McLean
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:5  Dated:May 2014  Pages:814 to 823
 Publication Date:  05/2014
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39. Cognitive Vulnerabilities Amplify the Effect of Early Pubertal Timing on Interpersonal Stress Generation During Adolescence
 NCJ Number:  246675
 Author:  Jessica L. Hamilton ; Jonathan P. Stange ; Evan M. Kleiman ; Elissa J. Hamlat ; Lyn Y. Abramson ; Lauren B. Alloy
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:5  Dated:May 2014  Pages:824 to 833
 Publication Date:  05/2014
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40. Longitudinal Study of Somatic Complaints in Urban Adolescents: The Role of Internalizing Psychopathology and Somatic Anxiety
 NCJ Number:  246676
 Author:  Vladislav Ruchkin ; Mary Schwab-Stone
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:5  Dated:May 2014  Pages:834 to 845
 Publication Date:  05/2014
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41. Dating Violence Experiences of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth
 NCJ Number:  246677
 Author:  Meredith Dank ; Pamela Lachman ; Janine M. Zweig ; Jennifer Yahner
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:43  Issue:5  Dated:May 2014  Pages:846 to 857
 Publication Date:  05/2014
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Police
42. Studying New York City’s Crime Decline: Methodological Issues
 NCJ Number:  246445
 Author:  David F. Greenberg
 Journal: Justice Quarterly  Volume:31  Issue:1  Dated:February 2014  Pages:154 to 188
 Publication Date:  02/2013
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Victims
43. Canadian Mock Juror Attitudes and Decisions in Domestic Violence Cases Involving Asian and White Interracial and Intraracial Couples
 NCJ Number:  245585
 Author:  Evelyn M. Maeder ; Annik Mossière ; Liann Cheung
 Journal: Journal of Interpersonal Violence  Volume:28  Issue:4  Dated:March 2013  Pages:667 to 684
 Publication Date:  03/2013
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44. Social Distance and Immediate Informal Responses to Violent Victimization
 NCJ Number:  245588
 Author:  Scott Jacques ; Callie Marie Rennison
 Journal: Journal of Interpersonal Violence  Volume:28  Issue:4  Dated:March 2013  Pages:735 to 754
 Publication Date:  03/2013
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International Terrorism
45. Domestic Violence in India: Insights From the 2005-2006 National Family Health Survey
 NCJ Number:  245590
 Author:  Sitawa R. Kimuna, Ph.D. ; Yanyi K. Djamba, Ph.D. ; Gabriele Ciciurkaite, M.A. ; Suvarna Cherukuri, Ph.D.
 Journal: Journal of Interpersonal Violence  Volume:28  Issue:4  Dated:March 2013  Pages:773 to 807
 Publication Date:  03/2013
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International Juveniles
46. Gender, Parental Control, and Risk Preferences: Evidence from Japanese College Students
 NCJ Number:  246447
 Author:  Emiko Kobayashi ; Harold R. Kerbo
 Journal: Sociological Spectrum  Volume:34  Issue:1  Dated:January-February 2014  Pages:22 to 38
 Publication Date:  02/2014
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International Victims
47. Rural Australian Women’s Legal Help Seeking for Intimate Partner Violence Women Intimate Partner Violence Victim Survivors’ Perceptions of Criminal Justice Support Services
 NCJ Number:  245586
 Author:  Angela T. Ragusa
 Journal: Journal of Interpersonal Violence  Volume:28  Issue:4  Dated:March 2013  Pages:685 to 717
 Publication Date:  03/2013
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48. Intimate Partner Violence and Welfare Participation: A Longitudinal Causal Analysis
 NCJ Number:  245591
 Author:  Tyrone C. Cheng
 Journal: Journal of Interpersonal Violence  Volume:28  Issue:4  Dated:March 2013  Pages:808 to 830
 Publication Date:  03/2013
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49. Prevalence and Risk Factors for Domestic Violence Among Pregnant Women in Northern Nigeria
 NCJ Number:  245594
 Author:  Zubairu Iliyasu ; Isa S. Abubakar ; Hadiza S. Galadanci ; Zainab Hayatu ; Muktar H. Aliyu
 Journal: Journal of Interpersonal Violence  Volume:28  Issue:4  Dated:March 2013  Pages:868 to 883
 Publication Date:  03/2013
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