Understand the implications of different findings based on comparison across

Understand the implications of different findings

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individuals fairly but not so much it could be considered coercion. Understand the implications of different findings based on comparison across groups (Table 2). IG (institutionalized group), FCG (foster care group), CCG (community comparison group)
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**CALEIGH**Knight, E. D., Runyan, D. K., Dubowitz, H., Brandford, C., Kotch, J., … Hunter, W. (2000). Methodological and ethical challenges associated with child self-report of maltreatment: Solutions implemented by the LongSCAN Consortium. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 15 , 760-775. How are each of the following issues about child self-report of maltreatment handled? Obtaining consent (from parents), assent (from children) Child : assent means that the child shows some form of agreement to participate without necessarily comprehending the full significance of the research necessary to give informed consent Children aren’t capable of completely understanding the risks Parent : informed consent must include a description of the nature of the research, requirements of participants, potential risks/benefits of participation, and the right to withdraw or withhold consent without penalty Parent may be asked to consent to questioning that could result in his/her/a loved one’s criminal prosecution, must inform about the risk of CPS Explicitly stated that children will be asked about neglect Reducing distress associated with asking sensitive questions: May skip any item or stop the interview at any time
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Interviewers are trained to recognize nonverbal cues such as silence, subtle withdrawal, anxious or sad behaviors, or cessation of unusual patterns and mouse clicks Do not ask what upset the child or initiate an open ended discussion unless it appears that the child is in need of clinical services Reducing burden of asking a lot of questions Same as above Handling endorsement of maltreatment Some elements are common across all sites; for example, any one common set of items, when endorsed, is included in a report for the interviewer/investigator that is generated at the end of the interview (a “flagged item” report) **LEAH**Maestripieri, D., & Carroll, K. A. (1998). Child abuse and neglect: Usefulness of the animal data. Psychological Bulletin, 123 , 211-223. What do observations of naturally-occurring neglect and abuse look like in group-living non-human primates? whenever conditions are no longer favorable to parental care, the first option available to parents is to abandon their offspring. Abandonment entails immediate benefits to the parent—the immediate termination of any expenditure on the offspring—and no costs. By abandoning their offspring, it leaves the option of that young to be adopted and raised by another individual. Animal parents destroy their offspring if abandonment is not feasible or if offspring destruction brings about additional benefits to the parent relative to abandonment (i.e. they can become a food source for their other offspring) For spontaneously-occurring neglect and abuse, what are some of the similarities to human populations? What are some of the differences? Neglect and abuse tend to go
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