Impact of the Court Process on Sexually Abused Children in North Carolina, 1983-1986 (ICPSR 9985)
This data collection examines the psychological impact of judicial processes on child sexual abuse victims. More specifically, it provides information on how sexual abuse and the subsequent judicial processes affect the mental health functioning of child victims by assessing the impact of (1) additional harm to victims from out-of-home placement, (2) criminal prosecution of the offender/family member, (3) subject testimony in juvenile or criminal court, and (4) family and professional support for the children.
Childhood Maltreatment, Trauma, and Abuse and Adolescent Delinquency, United States, 1994-2008 (ICPSR 37113)
This collection features secondary analyses of restricted-use data from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health (Add Health), a nationally representative longitudinal study of a sample of U.S. adolescents who were in grades 7-12 in the 1994-95 school year, who were interviewed at three key developmental junctures from adolescence to young adulthood. Self-reported data were used for both maltreatment (measured at the latter two time points) and delinquent or criminal behaviors (measured at all three time points).
Violence Exposure, Continuous Trauma, and Repeat Offending in Female and Male Serious Adolescent Offenders, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania and Maricopa County, Arizona, 2000-2010 (ICPSR 37623)
The study followed juvenile offenders into adulthood. The current study analyzed youth self-report of demographic variables, community violence exposure, trauma-related symptoms, and violent offending, as well as official records of youth offending. Regression analysis, latent transition analysis, and survival analysis were used to examine the research questions and hypotheses.
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