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On SAGE Insight: Comparing the Effects of Maternal and Paternal Incarceration on Adult Daughters’ and Sons’ Criminal Justice System Involvement

Article title: Comparing the Effects of Maternal and Paternal Incarceration on Adult Daughters’ and Sons’ Criminal Justice System Involvement A Gendered Pathways Analysis From Criminal Justice and Behavior This analysis compares the effects of maternal and paternal incarceration on adult … Continue reading

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Recent advances in false memory research

From South African Journal of Psychology In the last few years, substantial gains have been made in our understanding of human memory errors and the phenomenon of false memory. Studies conducted in laboratories around the world have demonstrated that human memory … Continue reading

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Why is orange the new black for female victims of trauma?

Life-History Models of Female Offending: The Roles of Serious Mental Illness and Trauma in Women’s Pathways to Jail From Psychology of Women Quarterly How do pathways to jail vary for females who are victims of specific types of trauma? This … Continue reading

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The impact of alcohol in pedestrian trauma

From Trauma Alcohol-related injuries represent a significant global health burden. While much has been done to raise public awareness and decrease drunk-driving rates in many parts of the world, alcohol use by both drivers and vulnerable roadway users continues to … Continue reading

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