This volume places particular emphasis on improving the assessment and case management of all allegations. It aims to translate complex research issues into comprehensible and sound recommendations for practice. The consequences of an inaccurately assessed allegation can have devastating and long-lasting effects on a child victim, an alleged offender, other family members, and society in general.
1. Assessing Allegations in Child Sexual Abuse: An Overview / Tara Ney
2. The Nature of Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse / John C. Yuille, Monica Tymofievich and David Marxsen
3. Assessing Young Children's Sexual Behaviors in the Context of Child Sexual Abuse Evaluations / Toni Cavanagh Johnson and Colleen Friend
4. Children's Comprehension of Truths, Lies, and False Beliefs / Nancy Walker Perry
5. Clinical Implications of Research on Memory Development / Betty N. Gordon, Carolyn S. Schroeder, Peter A. Ornstein and Lynne E. Baker-Ward
6. Assessment and Management of Abuse Allegations with Very Young Children / Sandra K. Hewitt and William N. Friedrich
7. Assessment of Adolescents Who Have Been Sexually Abused / Luise Greuel and Adelheid Kuehne
8. The Language of the Child Abuse Interview: Asking the Questions, Understanding the Answers / Anne Graffam Walker and Amye R. Warren.
9. Assessing the Truth in Children's Statements / Debra A. Bekerian and John L. Dennett
10. Psychotherapy and the Recovery of Repressed Memories / Elizabeth F. Loftus and Michael D. Yapko
11. An Introduction to the Cognitive Interview Technique / Debra A. Bekerian and John L. Dennett
12. Evaluating Allegations of Sexual Abuse in the Context of Divorce, Child Custody, and Access Disputes / Marion F. Ehrenberg and Michael F. Elterman
13. The Role of the Medical Evaluation in Suspected Child Sexual Abuse / Joyce A. Adams
14. Assessment of Sexual Preferences in Cases of Alleged Child Sexual Abuse / Howard E. Barbaree and Edward J. Peacock
15. Some Family Considerations in Assessment and Case Management of Intrafamilial Child Sexual Abuse / Brian R. Abbott
16. The Assessment of Children with Disabilities Who Report Sexual Abuse: A Special Look at Those Most Vulnerable / Connie Burrows Horton and Kimberly A. Kochurka.
17. Assessment of Children Who May Have Been Abused: The Real World Context / Jon R. Conte
18. The Assessment and Investigation of Ritual Abuse / Grant Charles
19. The Child Witness in Sexual Abuse Cases: Professional and Ethical Considerations / Lorne D. Bertrand, Joseph P. Hornick and Floyd H. Bolitho
20. Ethical and Legal Issues in Cases of Child Sexual Abuse in the United States / Susan P. Limber.
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