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The relationship of interparental conflict and global marital adjustment to aggression, anxiety, and immaturity in aggressive and nonclinic children
The relationships among mothers' ratings of marital adjustment, parenting disagreements, and three child problem factors (aggression, anxiety, and immaturity) after the child's age and family socioeconomic status were controlled revealed that parenting disagreement predicted aggression in all groups and that both marital adjustment and parenting disagreements predicted anxiety in boys.
Clients Who Stalk Psychologists: Prevalence, Methods, and Motives.
There is emerging recognition that psychologists are susceptible to various forms of intrusiveness by clients, including stalking. Information regarding the contexts in which stalking emerges and the
Oral language competence in incarcerated young offenders: Links with offending severity
  • P. Snow, M. Powell
  • Psychology
    International journal of speech-language…
  • 9 November 2011
Previous research in Australia and overseas has shown that young offenders serving community-based orders are at high-risk for undetected but clinically significant oral language difficulties.
Guide to questioning children during the free-narrative phase of an investigative interview
Abstract The inability of professionals to maintain the use of open-ended questions in the free-narrative phase of investigative interviews with children has been a major problem around the globe.
Oral Language Competence, Social Skills and High-risk Boys: What are Juvenile Offenders Trying to Tell us?
A cross-sectional study examining the oral language abilities and social skills of male juvenile offenders is described. Fifty juvenile offenders and 50 non-offending controls completed measures of
The Effect of Intellectual Disability on Children's Recall of an Event Across Different Question Types
Overall, this study showed that children with either a mild or moderate intellectual disability can provide accurate and highly specific event-related information, however, their recall is less complete and less clear in response to free-narrative prompts and less accurate in reply to specific questions when compared to both the mainstream age-matched groups.
Effects of practicing episodic versus scripted recall on children's subsequent narratives of a repeated event
Children (N = 240) ages 5 to 8 years participated in 1 or 4 activity sessions involving interactive tasks (e.g., completing a puzzle); children with single-event participation served as a control
A Guide to Interviewing Children: Essential Skills for Counsellors, Police Lawyers and Social Workers
This book has been written by two people who really understand children. [They show how to] create opportunities to reduce the trauma of the interview and significantly improve the quality of the
Evaluation of a comprehensive interactive training system for investigative interviewers of children
This article reports on the evaluation of an interactive interviewer training system with a large, heterogeneous sample of investigative interviewers of children. The system, delivered predominantly
The effects of repeated experience on children's suggestibility.
Children's reports about fixed items of the repeated event were more accurate and less contaminated by false suggestions and most errors after repeated experience were intrusions of details from nontarget occurrences.