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Author:  Stacy Calhoun.

Source: Volume 19, Number 06, October/November 2018 , pp.83-85(3)

Sex Offender Law Report

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In our regular review of the research literature we summarize findings from “Examining the Effects of a Service-Trained Facility Dog on Stress in Children Undergoing Forensic Interview for Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse” by Cheryl Krause-Parello, Michele Thames, Colleen Ray, and John Kolassa, published in J. Child Sexual Abuse; “Longitudinal Effects of Sexual Assault Victims’ Drinking and Self-Blame on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder” by Liana Peter-Hagene and Sarah Ullman, published in J. Interpersonal Violence ; “Reductions in Risk Based on Time Offense-Free in the Community: Once a Sexual Offender, Not Always a Sexual Offender R. Karl Hanson, Andrew Harris, Elizabeth Letourneau, L. Maaike Helmus, and David Thornton, Psychology, Pub. Policy, & L.; “2017 Federal Human Trafficking Report” by Kyleigh E. Feehs and John Cotton Richmond; and “The Oxford Handbook of Offender Decision Making” edited by Wim Bernasco, Jean-Louis van Gelder, and Henk Elffers.

Keywords: Forensic Interviews; PTSD, Drinking and Self-Blame in Sexual Assault Victims; Human Trafficking; Offender Decision Making

Affiliations:  1: UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs.

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