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- State of California and California Department of Social Services. Child Abuse Reporting... and You. State of California; California Department of Social Services; Office of Child Abuse Prevention, December 2006. p. 31-32.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Gershoff, E. T., Goodman, G. S., Miller-Perrin, C. L., Holden, G. W., Jackson, Y., & Kazdin, A. E. (2018). The strength of the causal evidence against physical punishment of children and its implications for parents, psychologists, and policymakers.American Psychologist, 73(5), 626–638.
Giallo, R., Gartland, D., Seymour, M., Conway, L., Mensah, F., Skinner, L., Fogarty, A., & Brown, S. (2020). Maternal childhood abuse and children’s emotional-behavioral difficulties: Intergenerational transmission via birth outcomes and psychosocial health. Journal of Family Psychology, 34(1), 112–121.
Heyman, R. E., Snarr, J. D., Slep, A. M. S., Baucom, K. J. W., & Linkh, D. J. (2020). Self-reporting DSM–5/ICD-11 clinically significant intimate partner violence and child abuse: Convergent and response process validity.Journal of Family Psychology, 34(1), 101–111.
Salazar, A. M., Haggerty, K. P., de Haan, B., Catalano, R. F., Vann, T., Vinson, J., & Lansing, M. (2016). Using communities that care for community child maltreatment prevention.American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 86(2), 144–155.
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