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Sexual assault prevention programs: current issues, future directions, and the potential efficacy of interventions with women.
A Critical Assessment of Child Custody Evaluations
- R. Emery, R. Otto, W. O'donohue
- PsychologyPsychological science in the public interest : a…
- 1 July 2005
The system for resolving custody disputes as deeply flawed and the desire to sharply limit custody disputes and custody evaluations is proposed, which find particular merit in the proposed “approximation rule”.
Science and pseudoscience in the development of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing: implications for clinical psychology.
The Economics of Behavioral Health Services in Medical Settings: A Summary of the Evidence
A review of the evidence shows that many forms of behavioral health services, particularly when delivered as part of primary medical care, can be central to such an improvement.
Homophobia: Conceptual, definitional, and value issues
The construct of homophobia and the psychometric properties of instruments purporting to measure homophobia are critically evaluated. The history of the term and its various definitions are briefly…
Cognitive behavior therapy : applying empirically supported techniques in your practice
Preparing the books to read every day is enjoyable for many people. However, there are still many people who also don't like reading. This is a problem. But, when you can support others to start…
Sexual Abuse Prevention With High-Risk Males: The Roles of Victim Empathy and Rape Myths
Comparisons between the empathy-, facts-, and no-treatment group contraindicated the practice of dispelling rape myths as a method of preventing rape among high-risk males.
Rape Prevention With College Males
This study investigated the immediate impact of a video-based prevention program developed to decrease undergraduate men’s potential to commit rape. Three video segments (rape myth acceptance, victim…
Rape prevention with high-risk males: Short-term outcome of two interventions
This is the first well-controlled rape prevention study to demonstrate clear improvements in treated high-risk males over control group subjects, and significantly more effective than no treatment.