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From the Literature: Restroom and Locker Room Restrictions; Traumatic Events and Eyewitness Memory; Measuring Client Engagement in Group Treatment; Child Sex Trafficking  


Author:  Stacy Calhoun.


Source: Volume 21, Number 03, April/May 2020 , pp.35-37(3)




Sex Offender Law Report

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Abstract: 

Our regular survey of the research literature summarizes and reviews “School Restroom and Locker Room Restrictions and Sexual Assault Risk Among Transgender Youth” by Gabriel Murchison, Madina Agenor, Sari Reisner, and Ryan Watson, published in 143(6) Pediatrics; “The Effects of Repeatedly Recalling a Traumatic Event on Eyewitness Memory and Suggestibility” by Elisha Chan, Helen Paterson, and Celine van Golde, published in 27(4) Memory; “Therapeutic Engagement and Treatment Progress: Developing and Testing an In-Treatment Measure of Client Engagement Among Sex Offenders in a Group Program” by Andrew Frost, Randolph Grace, and Anthony McLean, published in 31(8) Sexual Abuse; “Risk Factors for Domestic Child Sex Trafficking in the United States” by Lisa Fedina, M.S.W., Celia Williamson, Ph.D., and Tasha Perdue, M.S.W., published in 34 (13) J. Interpersonal Violence.

Keywords: Restroom and Locker Room Restrictions; Traumatic Events and Eyewitness Memory; Measuring Client Engagement in Group Treatment; Child Sex Trafficking

Affiliations:  1: UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs.

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