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Predicting the accuracy of facial affect recognition: The interaction of child maltreatment and intellectual functioning

The study looked at 106 female adolescents, ages 14-19, 50 of whom were maltreated. All of the girls completed a series of demographic and trauma interviews, self-report questionnaires, an intellectual assessment, and a facial recognition […]

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Racial and ethnic disparities: A population-based examination of risk factors for involvement with child protective services

The California study linked the birth records of children born in 2002 to child protective services data from that year forward. This produced a clear record of nearly all the children from that year who […]

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New Details on Obama’s ICE Suggest More Child Welfare/Immigration Clashes

Last week, The Chronicle reported on Children in Harm’s Way, a tome of findings and recommendations pertaining to the way Immigrations and Customs Enforcement deportation decisions affect family involvement in the child welfare system. Earlier this […]

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Children Frequently Caught between Family Court and Deportation, Report Says

Two Washington-based organizations have issued an analysis of the complex intersection of family and juvenile court proceedings with federal immigration enforcement, replete with a long list of recommendations for limiting the impact of the latter […]