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Section 16
CWS Program Performance and Policy Implications

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- Legislative Analyst's Office. Child Abuse and Neglect in California - Part IV - CWS Program Performance and Policy Implications. Legislative Analyst's Office, January 1996, p. 1-13.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Lamminen, L. M., McLeigh, J. D., & Roman, H. K. (2020). Caring for children in child welfare systems: A trauma-informed model of integrated primary care. Practice Innovations, 5(1), 55–64.

McCall, R. B., & Groark, C. J. (2015). Research on institutionalized children: Implications for international child welfare practitioners and policymakers. International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation, 4(2), 142–159.

Pelton, L. H. (1997). Child welfare policy and practice: The myth of family preservation. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 67(4), 545–553.

Rohner, R. P., & Melendez-Rhodes, T. (2019). Perceived parental acceptance−rejection mediates or moderates the relation between corporal punishment and psychological adjustment: Comment on Gershoff et al. (2018). American Psychologist, 74(4), 500–502.

Sousa, C., Mason, W. A., Herrenkohl, T. I., Prince, D., Herrenkohl, R. C., & Russo, M. J. (2018). Direct and indirect effects of child abuse and environmental stress: A lifecourse perspective on adversity and depressive symptoms. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 88(2), 180–188. 

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