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From the Literature  

Author:  Stacy Calhoun.

Source: Volume 19, Number 03, April/May 2018 , pp.37-42(6)

Sex Offender Law Report

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In our regular review of the research literature we examine ““Body Self” in the Shadow of Childhood Sexual Abuse: The Long-Term Implications of Sexual Abuse for Male and Female Adult Survivors” by Anat Talmon and Karni Ginzburg, published in Child Abuse & Neglect (2018); “Attitude May Be Everything, But Is Everything an Attitude? Cognitive Distortions May Not Be Evaluations of Rape” by Kevin Nunes, Chantal Hermann, Kristen White, Catherine Pettersen, and Kurt Bumby, published in the journal Sex. Abuse (2018); and “Coach Expectations About Off-Field Conduct and Bystander Intervention by U.S. College Football Players to Prevent Inappropriate Sexual Behavior” by Emily Kroshus, Tom Paskus, and Lydia Bell, published in J. Interpers. Violence (2018); “Emotional Discussions Reduce Memory Recall” by Emanuela Soleti, Daniel Wright, and Antonietta Curci, published in the journal Memory (2017); “Risky Decision-Making in Adolescent Girls: The Role of Pubertal Hormones and Reward Circuitry” by Zdena A. Op de Macks, Silvia Bunge, Orly Bell, Linda Wilbrecht, Lance Kriegsfeld, Andrew Kayser, and Ronald Dahl, published in Psychoneuroendocrinology (2016); “Impulsive Sensation Seeking, Binge Drinking, and Alcohol-Related Consequences: Do Protective Behavioral Strategies Help High Risk Adolescents?” by Diana Doumas, Raissa Miller, and Susan Esp, published in Addict. Behav. (2017); “Impulsive Lifestyle Counseling to Prevent Dropout From Treatment for Substance Use Disorders in People With Antisocial Personality Disorder:A Randomized Study” by Birgitte Thylstrup and Morten Hesse, published in Addictive Behaviors (2016); “Examining the Impact of Federal Grants to Reduce Violent Crimes Against Women on Campus” by J.E. Palmer and E. Alda, published in Rev. Higher Education (2016); Sexual Minority College Students’ Perceptions on Dating Violence and Sexual Assault” by E.W. Ollen, V.E. Ameral, K.P. Reed, and D.A. Hines, published in J. Counseling Psychology (2017).

Keywords: Childhood Sexual Abuse; Cognitive Distortions; Risky Behavior; Campus Sexual Assault Prevention

Affiliations:  1: UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs.

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