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Emotion management skills in sexually maltreated and nonmaltreated girls: A developmental psychopathology perspective
Research has demonstrated that children who experience familial sexual maltreatment are at risk for developing psychological difficulties characterized by emotional and behavioral dysregulation.Expand
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Nonbullying victims of bullies: Aggression, social skills, and friendship characteristics
Fifty-four early adolescents were selected and classified as nonbullying Victims (frequently bullied by peers but did not bully others) or Nonvictims (neither bullied others nor were targets ofExpand
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Child Maltreatment Training in Doctoral Programs in Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychology: Where do we go from Here?
The American Psychological Association (APA) has called for improving knowledge regarding child abuse and neglect among psychologists by increasing training. The present study examined the extent ofExpand
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Individual Differences in Responses to Provocation and Frequent Victimization by Peers
  • K. Champion, D. Clay
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Child psychiatry and human development
  • 24 January 2007
This study examined associations between victimization by peers and intention to respond to provocative events as a function of anger arousal and motivation to improve the situation in aExpand
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Victimization, anger, and gender: low anger and passive responses work.
  • K. Champion
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • The American journal of orthopsychiatry
  • 2009
This study examined the contributions of gender, anger, expectations of positive outcomes, and frequency of victimization by and bullying of peers among school-aged children to predict individualExpand
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Book Reviews
Children of Divorce amid Allegations of Violence Need Clinical Child Expertise: Adapting Empirically Supported Interventions
ABSTRACT Family structures in the United States have changed dramatically. Almost half of children growing up will spend some portion of their childhood in one of the following arrangements: singleExpand
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