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2022 APSAC Awards

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APSAC recognizes achievement in many ways through its annual awards program. Each year, APSAC solicits its membership for nominations in several categories from work completed over the past year.  Awards are presented during the organization’s Annual Colloquium.

Below you will find descriptions for these awards, as well as past award recipients. Additionally, you will find a listing for past Child Maltreatment Journal Article of the Year recipients under Past Award Winners.

2022 APSAC Awards

This award recognizes a member for outstanding contributions to the field of child maltreatment and to the advancement of APSAC’s goals.

  • Mel Schneiderman, PhD
    Senior Vice President
    The New York Foundling

This award recognizes a front-line professional (e.g. child protection worker, law enforcement personnel, mental health counselor or medical professional) who demonstrates extraordinary dedication and skill in his or her direct care efforts on behalf of children and families.

  • Paul Griffin, JD
    Child Justice, Inc.

This award is presented in recognition of the very best article, as  selected by the editorial staff, which appears in Child Maltreatment.

  • Change in Caregivers’ Attitudes and Use of Corporal Punishment Following a Legal Ban: A Multi-Country Longitudinal Comparison
  • Liane Peña Alampay, PhD; Jennifer Godwin, PhD; Jennifer E. Lansford, PhD; Paul Oburu, PhD; Marc H. Bornstein, PhD; Lei Chang, PhD; Kirby Deater-Deckard, PhD; W. Andrew Rothenberg, PhD; Patrick S. Malone, PhD; Ann T. Skinner, PhD; Concetta Pastorelli, PhD; Emma Sorbring, PhD; Laurence Steinberg, PhD; Sombat Tapanya, PhD; Lilliana M Urbine Tirado, PhD; Saengduean Yotanyamaneewong, PhD; Suha M. Al-Hassan, PhD; Dario Bacchini, PhD; Laura Di Giunta, PhD; Kenneth A. Dodge, PhD; and Sevtap Gurdai, PhD

  • Nominator: Child Maltreatment Editorial Board 

 

This Award recognizes an individual, organization or agency that has made outstanding contributions to the advancement of cultural competency in child maltreatment prevention and intervention.

  • Howard Stevenson, PhD
    Constance Clayton Professor of Urban Studies
    Human Development and Quantitative Methods Division
    Professor of Africana Studies
    Director, Racial Empowerment Collaborative

2021 APSAC Awards

This award recognizes an APSAC member who has made repeated significant and outstanding contributions to research on child maltreatment over his or her career.

  • Andrea Sedlak, PhD
    Vice President, Westat
  • Nominator: Theodore Cross, PhD

This award recognizes a member for outstanding contributions to the field of child maltreatment and to the advancement of APSAC’s goals.

  • Kathleen Faller, PhD, ACSW
    Marion Elizabeth Blue Endowed Professor
    Emerita of Children and Families in the School of Social Work
    Director, Family Assessment Clinic University of Michigan
  • Nominator: David L. Corwin, MD

This award recognizes a front-line professional (e.g. child protection worker, law enforcement personnel, mental health counselor or medical professional) who demonstrates extraordinary dedication and skill in his or her direct care efforts on behalf of children and families.

  • Angela Essenburg, PhD.
    Forensic Interviewer, Voices for Children Advocacy Center
  • Nominator: Claudnyse D. Holloman, Esq.

This Award recognizes a practitioner or researcher, an agency, or an institution that has made outstanding contributions to the field of  prevention of child maltreatment and to the advancement of APSAC’s goals.

  • Melissa Merrick, PhD
    President & CEO, Prevent Child Abuse America
  • Nominator: Bart Klika, PhD, MSW
  • Lolita McDavid, MD, MPA
    Medical Director, Child Advocacy and Protection, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
    Professor, CWRU School of Medicine
  • Nominator: Stacie LeBlanc, JD, MEd

This award is presented in recognition of the very best article, as  selected by the editorial staff, which appears in Child Maltreatment.

  • Isha Metzger, PhD, LPC; Riana Elyse Anderson, PhD, LPC; Funlola Are, PhD; Tiarney Ritchwood, PhD
    The Cumulative Prevalence of Termination of Parental Rights for U.S. Children 2006-2016
  • Nominator: Child Maltreatment Editorial Board 

 

This award recognizes newsprint, broadcast journalism, or media coverage of child maltreatment issues which shows exceptional knowledge, insight and sensitivity.

  • Joshua Overbay, MFA & Andi Mortenlander, MFA
  • Justice Film Collective
  • Spare the Child – Producer
  • Nominator: Darrell Armstrong, EdS-MFT, MDiv, DDiv

This Award recognizes an individual, organization or agency that has made outstanding contributions to the advancement of cultural competency in child maltreatment prevention and intervention.

  • Corey B. Best
    Founder, Mining for Gold
    Racial Justice Coach for seven Early Learning Coalitions across Central Florida
  • Nominator: Morgan Cooley, PhD, LCSW
  • Joyce Thomas, RN, MPH, PNP, FAAN
    Co-Founder & President, Center for Child Protection and Family Support, Inc. of Washington DC
  • Nominator: Stacie LeBlanc, JD, MEd

This award recognizes a member who has made substantial contributions to APSAC through leadership and service to the Society.

  • Stacie LeBlanc, JD, MEd
    APSAC President
    Co-Founder, The UP Institute
    Executive Director, UP for Champions
  • Nominator: Ernestine C. Briggs-King, PhD & Viola Vaughan-Eden, PhD, MJ, MSW

Past APSAC Award Winners

APSAC recognizes achievement in many ways through its annual awards program. Each year, APSAC solicits its membership for nominations in several categories. Awards are presented during the organization’s Annual Colloquium. Below you will find descriptions for these awards, as well as current and past award recipients. Additionally, you will find a listing for past Child Maltreatment Journal Article of the Year recipients under Past Award Winners.

Please note:  Submissions must be made within two previous calendar years to be accepted.  Awards are presented for the previous year’s achievements – with the exception of the Lifetime Achievement Award and other awards focused on career achievements. No self nominations or co-author nominations accepted.  

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  • Outstanding Service – The Award recognizes a member who has made substantial contributions to APSAC through leadership and service to the Society.

  • Outstanding Professional – The Award recognizes a member who has made outstanding contributions to the field of child maltreatment and the advancement of APSAC’s goals.

  • Mark Chaffin Outstanding Research Career Achievement – The Award recognizes an APSAC member who has made repeated, significant and outstanding contributions to research on child maltreatment over her or his career.

  • Outstanding Front Line Professional – The Award recognizes a front-line professional (e.g. child protection worker, law enforcement personnel, mental health counselor or medical professional) who demonstrates extraordinary dedication and skill in his or her direct care efforts on behalf of children and families.

  • Prevention Award – This Award recognizes a practitioner or researcher, an agency, or an institution that has made outstanding contributions to the field of prevention of child maltreatment and to the advancement of APSAC’s goals.

  • Outstanding Media Coverage – The Award recognizes a reporter or team of reporters in newsprint or broadcast journalism whose coverage of child maltreatment issues shows exceptional knowledge, insight and sensitivity.

  • Outstanding Research Article – The Award recognizing the authors of a research article judged to be a significant advancement to the field of child maltreatment.

  • Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation – The Award recognizes an individual whose dissertation has the greatest potential for making a significant contribution to the child maltreatment theoretical and applied knowledge base.

  • Outstanding Service in the Advancement of Cultural Competency in Child Maltreatment Prevention and Intervention – The Award recognizes an individual, organization or agency that has made outstanding contributions to the advancement of cultural competency in child maltreatment prevention and intervention.

Ronald C. Laney Distinguished Service Award -The Ronald C. Laney Life Time Service Award is awarded on a periodic and exceptional basis by the Board of Directors of APSAC to an individual who has exhibited a life time of service to others as exemplified by Ron C. Laney.

Ronald C. Laney –  The APSAC award was developed for his “tireless efforts to protect the lives and well-being of children” during his more than 30 years of work in the child protection field.   Ron is currently an Associate for Fox Valley.  From 2003 until 2010, he was an Associate Administrator for OJJDP’s Child Protection Division and Advisor to OJJDP Administrator from 2010 thru 2011 when he retired.  He was Director, Missing and Exploited Children’s Programs, a position he held as Acting Director from January 1993 until May 1994. From 1981 to April 1994, he was the law Enforcement Program Manager in OJJDP. In this position, Mr. Laney developed a series of National Law Enforcement Training programs that are offered throughout the country today. More than 15,000 law enforcement personnel have participated in these training programs since 1982. Mr. Laney has received numerous awards from local and State law enforcement organizations for his work in juvenile law enforcement. Prior to coming to OJJDP, Mr. Laney was a Program Manager in the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration for 5 years. His professional experience also includes being a Probation Officer in St. Petersburg, Florida. Mr. Laney served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1964 to 1970 before being wounded during his second tour in Vietnam. Mr. Laney has a master’s degree in Criminal Justice from the University of South Florida and a bachelor’s degree in Criminology from the University of Tampa.

William Friedrich Memorial Award – The Award is presented by the APSAC Board of Directors to an individual who has demonstrated a career that exemplifies the achievements and character of the late William Friedrich.

William N. Friedrich, Ph.D., was a Professor in the Mayo Medical School and a Consultant at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota until his death in 2005. He was also a core faculty member of the Eastern European Children’s Mental Health Salvation.  He was a diplomate in clinical and family psychology with the American Board of Professional Psychology. His position at the Mayo Clinic included clinical practice with maltreated children and their families, forensic evaluations, supervision and training, as well as programmatic research in the areas of child and adolescent sexual behavior, the validity of assessment with maltreated and traumatized children, and the function of family environment features in parent-child relations on the short-term and longer-term adjustment of sexually aggressive children. He is the author of 145 papers and chapters; eight books, including the unpublished Treating Sexualized Behavior in Children: A Treatment Manual; and more than a dozen short stories.

Please note that awards are recognized by the year in which contributions occurred; not the year in which the award was presented at the conference. For example, awards presented in 2018 would recognize 2017 achievements. 

Lifetime Achievement Award – For outstanding contributions to the field of child maltreatment and to the advancement of APSAC’s goals.

Former Recipients: Roland Summit, MD (1997); David L. Chadwick, MD (2016), Jon Conte, Ph.D. (2017), Barbara Bonner, PhD (2018); Kathleen Faller (2021); Mel Schneidermann, PhD (2022)

Outstanding Service to APSAC – The Award recognizes a member who has made substantial contributions to APSAC through leadership and service to the Society. 

Former Recipients: Jon Conte, PhD (1992); David Corwin, MD (1993), John E.B. Myers, JD (1994); David Chadwick, MD (1995); Joyce Thomas, RN, MPH (1996), Barbara Bonner, PhD (1997); Kathleen Coulborn Faller, PhD, ACSW (1998); Susan Kelley, RN, PhD (1999); Mark Chaffin, PhD (2000); Linda Williams, PhD (2001); Diane DePanfilis, PhD (2002); Nancy Lamb, JD (2003); Sandra Alexander, MEd (2004); Cynthia Cupit Swenson (2005); Terry Hendrix (2006); Patti Toth, JD (2007); Judy Donlin (2008); Kathy D. Johnson, MS (2009); George Ryan, (2012); Michael L. Haney, PhD, NCC, CISM, LMHC (2015); Frank E. Vandervort, JD (2016), Vincent J. Palusci, M.D., M.S., F.A.A.P. (2017), Viola Vaughan-Eden, PhD, MJ, LCSW (2018); Bill Forcade, J.D. (2019); John Hemphill, Esq (2021); Stacie LeBlanc, JD, MEd (2021)

Outstanding Professional – The Award recognizes a member who has made outstanding contributions to the field of child maltreatment and the advancement of APSAC’s goals. 

Former Recipients: Ann Wolbert Burgess, DNSc (1992); Lucy Berliner, MSW (1993); Kee McFarlane, MSW (1994); David Finkelhor, PhD (1995); Ken Lanning, MS (1996); Robert M. Reece, MD (1997); Anne Cohn Donnelly, DPH (1998); John Briere, PhD (1999); Richard Krugman, MD (2000); Howard Dubowitz, MD, MS (2001); Judith Cohen, MD (2002); Martin Finkel, MD (2003); Carole Jenny, MD (2004); Cordelia Anderson & Eliana Gil, Ph.D. (2005); David Corwin, M.D. (2006); Suzanne Starling, MD (2007); Charles Wilson, MSSW (2007); Judith S. Rycus, PhD, MSW (2008); Emalee G. Flaherty, MD (2009); Mary L. Pulido, PhD (2010); Erna Olafson, PhD, PsyD (2012); Jeffrey N. Wherry, PhD (2013);Ann Burgess, DNSc,RN (2014); Bea Yorker, JD, MS (2015); Colleen Friend, PhD, LCSW (2016), Debra Esernio Jenssen, M.D., F.A.A.P. (2017), Pam Holtzinger, MSN, RN, CEN, SANE-A, SANE-P (2018); Chris Newlin, M.S., L.P.C. (2019); Joan Meier, Esq (2021)

Mark Chaffin Outstanding Research Career Achievement – The Award recognizes an APSAC member who has made repeated, significant and outstanding contributions to research on child maltreatment over her or his career. 

Former Recipients: Gail Goodman, PhD (1992); Norman Polansky, PhD (1993); Murray Strauss, PhD (1994); William Friedrich, PhD (1995); Byron Egeland, PhD (1996); Dante Cocchetti, PhD (1997); Susan Zuravin, PhD (1998); Richard Gelles, PhD (1999); David Wolfe, PhD (2000); Ben Saunders, PhD (2001); David Kolko, PhD (2002); Karen Saywitz, PhD (2003); Gary Melton PhD (2004); Linda Williams, Ph.D. (2005); John Landsverk, PhD (2006); Kathleen Coulborn Faller. PhD, ACSW (2007); Esther Deblinger, PhD (2008); John Lutzker, PhD (2009); Sheree L. Toth, PhD (2012); Thomas D. Lyon, PhD, JD (2013); Margaret-Ellen Pipe,PhD (2014); Mark Chaffin, PhD (2015); Professor David Finkelhor, PhD (2016); Theodore Cross, PhD (2017); Susan Kelley, PhD, FAAN (2018); Elissa J. Brown, PhD (2019); Jodi Quas, PhD (2021); Andrea Sedlak, PhD (2021)

Outstanding Service in the Advancement of Cultural Competency in Child Maltreatment Prevention and Intervention – The Award recognizes an individual, organization or agency that has made outstanding contributions to the advancement of cultural competency in child maltreatment prevention and intervention. 

Veronica Abney, MSW (2001); Children’s Advocacy Center of SW Florida, Inc (2003); Lisa Fontes (2004); Dorothy Roberts JD (2005); National Children’s Alliance (Nancy Chandler, Executive Director) (2005); Delores Big Foot (2006); Toni Cardenas (2007); BRYCS – Bridging Refugee Youth and Children’s Services (2008); Michael A. de Arellano, PhD (2009); National Center for Cultural Competence at Georgetown University (2012); Robert M. Ortega, PhD, MSW (2014); Stacey Patton, PhD (2015); Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center (2016); Reverend Darrell Armstrong,  M.Div., Ed.S.- MFT (2017); Walter Lambert, MD (2018); Denese Shervington, M.D., M.P.H. (2019); Movement for Black Lives (2021); Cory Best (2021); Joyce Thomas, RN, MPH, PNP, FAAN (2021); Howard Stevenson, PhD (2022)

Prevention Award – This Award recognizes a practitioner or researcher, an agency, or an institution that has made outstanding contributions to the field of prevention of child maltreatment and to the advancement of APSAC’s goals.

Former Recipients:  Kelly Dauk, M.D. and Erin Frazier, M.D. (2017); Lori Poland, MA and Richard Krugman, MD (2018); Nora Baladerian, Ph.D., L.F.M.T. (2019); Sandra Alexander, MEd (2021); Melissa Merrick, PhD (2021); Lolita McDavid, MD, MPA (2021)

Outstanding Front Line Professional – The Award recognizes a front-line professional (e.g. child protection worker, law enforcement personnel, mental health counselor or medical professional) who demonstrates extraordinary dedication and skill in his or her direct care efforts on behalf of children and families. 

Former Recipients: Alice J. Lindner, RN, BSN, CCRC (2003); Lisa Parks (2004); Detective Sergeant Bob Adams & Clare Sheridan-Matney, M.D. (2005); Moira Ann Szilagyi, MD, PhD (2006); Margaret McHugh, MD, MPH (2007); Katherine J. Melhorn, MD (2008); Richard Kaplan, MD (2009); Deborah Shropshire, MD (2010); Huda Ibrahim Almutlaq, MD (2012); George Edwards, MD (2012); Lori D. Frasier, MD (2013); Bethany Mohr, MD, FAAP (2015); Linda Cahill, MD (2016); Barbara Knox, M.D., F.A.A.P. (2017); Madelyn Simring Milchman, PhD (2018); Paul Graf, M.S. (2019); Tomiko Mackey, MSW, LCSW (2021); Angela Essenburg, PhD (2021); Paul Griffin, JD (2022)

Outstanding Media Coverage – The Award recognizes a reporter or team of reporters in newsprint or broadcast journalism whose coverage of child maltreatment issues shows exceptional knowledge, insight and sensitivity.  

Former Recipients: David Green, Jay Green, Valerie Honeycutt, Frank Langfitt, Kevin Nance, Harry Meriritt, Reporters, Lexington Herald Leader (1993); John Robinson, Ron Royhab, Sam Rose, The Toledo Blade (1995); Richard Whitmire, Ellen Hale, Gannett News Service (1996); Karin Meadows, Maggie Hall Walsh, Birmingham News (1997); Steven Goldsmith, Seattle Post-Intelligencer (1998); Warren Cornwall, Idaho Falls Post (1999); Susan Adams Brock, Dateline NBC – Electronic (2000); Evan Dreyer, Kristen Go, Denver Post – Print (2000); Karen Grau and Bill Hussung, Executive Producers, Calamari Productions – MSNBC Special: In a Child’s Best Interest (2003); Michael Landauer, Rod Dreher, Rodger Jones, Dallas News (2004); Fran Waters, DCSW, LMFT & Cavalcade Productions, Inc. (2007); Oprah Winfrey/Harpo Productions, Inc. (2008); Dennis Ferrier (WSMV-TV, Nashville) (2009); Barbara Bradley Hagerty (National Public Radio) (2010); Harriet Ryan and Victoria Kim, Los Angeles Times (2012); Carol Marbin Miller, MA and Audra D.S Burch (2015); Laura Rena Murray (2016); Deanna Boyd, Investigative Journalist (2017); David Jackson, Gary Marx, Jennifer Smith Richards, Juan Perez Jr. (2018); Peter Samuelson, MA (2021); Joshua Overbay, MFA & Andi Mortenlander, MFA – Justice Film Collective (2021)

Outstanding Research Article – The Award recognizing the authors of a research article judged to be a significant advancement to the field of child maltreatment. 

Former Recipients: Dante Cicchetti, PhD, Marjorie Beeghly, PhD: Maltreatment, attachments, and self-system: Emergence of an internal state lexicon in toddlers at high social risk [Development and Psychopathology, 6, 5-30] (1995); Susan Boney-McCoy, PhD, David Finkelhor, PhD: Psychosocial sequelae of violent victimization in a national youth sample, Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 63(5), 726-736 (1996); Cathy Spatz Widom, PhD, Robin L. Shepard: Accuracy of adult recollections of childhoom victimization: Part 1, Childhood physical abuse (1997); Roy Herrenkohl, PhD, Ellen Herrenkohl, PhD, Brenda Egolf, MA: Preschool antecedents of adolescent assaultive behavior: A longitudianl Study, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 67: 422-242 (1998); Jocelyn Brown, Patricia Cohen, Jeffrey Johnson, Suzanne Salinger: A loingitudinal analysis of risk factors for child maltreatment: Findings of a 17-year prospective study of officially recorded and self-reported child abuse and neglect, Child Abuse and Neglect, 22: 1065-1078 (1999); Diana English, PhD, David Marshall, PhD: Survival analysis of risk factors for recidivism in child abuse and neglect, Child Maltreatment, 4(4) (2000); Dante Cicchetti, Fred Rogosh, Sheree Toth: Fostering secure attachments in infants in maltreating families through preventive interventions [Development and Psychopathology, 2006] (2006); David Finkelhor, PhD (2007); Elizabeth Letourneau, Ph.D., Jason Chapman, Ph.D., & Sonja Schoenwald, Ph.D.: Treatment Outcome and Criminal Offending by Youth With Sexual Behavior Problems(2008); Child Maltreatment, 13 (2), 145-166.; Chantal Cyr, PhD, University of Quebec at Montreal, Department of Psychology; Eveline Euser, PhD, Centre for Child and Family Studies, Leiden University; Marian Bakermans-Kranenburg, PhD, Centre for Child and Family Studies, Leiden University; and Marinus Van Ijzendoorna, PhD, Centre for Child and Family Studies, Leiden University (2010); Attachment Security and Disorganization in Maltreating and High-Risk Families: A Series of Meta-Analyses; Dante Cicchetti, PhD and Fred Rogosch, PhD, Gene Environment Interaction and Resilience: Effects of Child Maltreatment and Serotonin, Corticotropin Releasing Hormone, Dopamine, and Oxytocin Genes (2012); Carla Kmett Danielson, PhD, Reducing Substance Use Risk and Mental Health Problems Among Sexually Assaulted Adolescents: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial (2012); Jolien Rijlaaarsdam, PhD and co-authors (2015); Valerie A. Simon, Ph.D. (2017); Corry Azzopardi, Ph.D.; Rachel Eirich, B.S.; Christina Rash, M.Sc.; Sarah MacDonald, Ph.D.; Sheri Madigan, Ph.D. (2018); Corry Azzopardi, Ph.D.; Rachel Eirich, B.S.; Christina Rash, M.Sc.; Sarah MacDonald, Ph.D.; Sheri Madigan, Ph.D. (2019); Chantal Cyr, PhD: An Attachment-Based Parental Capacity Assessment to Orient Decision-Making in Child Protection Cases: A Randomized Control Trial (2021)

Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation – The Award recognizes an individual whose dissertation has the greatest potential for making a significant contribution to the child maltreatment theoretical and applied knowledge base. 

Former Recipients: Lori Stauffer, PhD (1995); Kelly Bolger, PhD (1997); Elissa Brown, PhD (1997); Suzanne I. Davis, PhD (1999); Rebecca Bolen, PhD (1999); Joy Ernst, PhD (2000); Michael R. McCart, M.S. (2005); Marina Lalayants, PhD (2010); Stacia Stolzenberg, PhD (2012); Paul J. Lanier, PhD (2013); Kelly McWilliams, PhD (2015); Ericka Lewis, PhD (2016); Rebecca Rebbe, Ph.D., M.S.W., Ed.M. (2019)

Ronald C. Laney Distinguished Service Award – The Ronald C. Laney Life Time Service Award is awarded on a periodic and exceptional basis by the Board of Directors of APSAC to an individual who has exhibited a life time of service to others as exemplified by Ron C. Laney.  

Former Recipients: Ronald C. Laney (2007); Jon R. Conte, PhD (2009); Donald C. Bross, JD, PhD (2010); Barbara L. Bonner, PhD (2012); Ronald Hughes, PhD, MScSA (2018)

Special Recognition Award – These special awards, presented by the APSAC Board of Directors, recognize outstanding contributions and services provided to the association. 

Former Recipients: Jenner & Block LLP (2007); Bill S. Forcade, JD (2007); Henry M. Schaffer, JD (2007); Margaret Simpson, JD (2007); Barry Sullivan, JD (2007); Thomas Birch, JD (2012); Peter Banks, Det. (2012); Judith S. Rycus, PhD (2012); Luke Dembosky, JD (2012); Jim Campbell, PhD (2012); Laura Hughes, MSW and Susan Yingling, BS (2015)

William Friedrich Memorial Award – The Award is presented by the APSAC Board of Directors to an individual who has demonstrated a career that exemplifies the achievements and character of the late William Friedrich.

Former Recipients: Lucy Berliner, MSW (2005); Dr. Anthony Mannarino (2006); Ben Saunders, PhD (2007); Thomas Lyon, JD, PhD (2008); John E.B. Myers, JD (2009); Anthony J. Urquiza, PhD (2010); Randell C. Alexander, MD, PhD (2012); David J. Kolko, PhD, ABPP (2013); David Finkelhor, PhD (2015); Deborah Daro, PhD (2016)

1996 Vol. 1
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1997 Vol. 2
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1998 Vol. 3
Cohen, J.A., & Mannarino, A.P. (1998). Interventions for sexually abused children: Initial treatment outcome findings. Child Maltreatment, 3(1), 17-26. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559598003001002

1999, Vol 4

Saunders, B.E., Kilpatrick, D.G., Hanson, R.F., Resnick, H.S., & Walker, M.E. (1999). Prevalence, case characteristics, and long-term psychological correlates of child rape among women: A national survey. Child Maltreatment, 4(3), 187-200. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559599004003001

2000 Vol. 5

Hanson, R.F., & Spratt, E.G. (2000). Reactive attachment disorder: What we know about the disorder and implications for treatment. Child Maltreatment, 5(2), 137-145. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559500005002005

2001 Vol. 6

Friedrich, W.N., Fisher, J.L., Dittner, C.A., Acton, R., Berliner, L., Butler, J., Damon, L., Davies, W.H., Gray, A., & Wright, J. (2001). Child Sexual Behavior Inventory: Normative, psychiatric, and sexual abuse comparisons. Child Maltreatment, 6(1), 37-49. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559501006001004

2002 Vol. 7

Feiring, C., Taska, L., & Chen, K. (2002). Trying to understand why horrible things happen: Attribution, shame, and symptom development following sexual abuse. Child Maltreatment, 7(1), 25-39. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559502007001003

2003 Vol. 8

Molnar, B.E., Buka, S.L., Brennan, R.T., Holton, J.K., & Earls, F. (2003). A multilevel study of neighborhoods and parent-to-child physical aggression: Results from the project on human development in Chicago neighborhoods. Child Maltreatment, 8(2), 84-97. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559502250822

2004 Vol. 9

Smith, D.W., Davis, J.L., & Fricker-Elhai, A.E. (2004). How does trauma beget trauma? Cognitions about risk in women with abuse histories. Child Maltreatment, 9(3), 292-303. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559504266524

2005  Vol. 10

Finkelhor, D., Ormrod, R., Turner, H., & Hamby, S.L. (2005). The victimization of children and youth: A comprehensive, national survey. Child Maltreatment, 10(1), 5-25. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559504271287

2006  Vol. 11

Chaffin, M., Hanson, R., Saunders, B., Nichols, T., Barnett, D., Zeanah, C., Berliner, L., Egeland, B., Newman, E., Lyon, T., Letourneau, E., & Miller-Perrin, C. (2006). Report of the APSAC Task Force on attachment therapy, reactive attachment disorder, and attachment problems. Child Maltreatment, 11(1), 76-89. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559505283699

2007 Vol. 12

Lansford, J.E., Miller-Johnson, S., Berlin, L.J., Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., Pettit, G.S. (2007). Early physical abuse and later violent delinquency: A prospective longitudinal study. Child Maltreatment, 12(3), 233-245. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559507301841

2008 Vol. 13

Price, J.M., Chamberlain, P., Landsverk, J., Reid, J.B., Leve, L.D., & Laurent, H. (2008). Effects of foster parent training intervention on placement changes of children in foster care. Child Maltreatment, 13(1), 64-75. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559507310612

2009 Vol. 14

Chaffin, M., Valle, L.A, Funderburk, B.W., Gurwitch, R.H., Silovsky, J.F., Bard, D., McCoy, C., & Kees, M.R. (2009). A motivational intervention can improve retention in PCIT for low motivation child welfare clients. Child Maltreatment, 14(4), 356-368. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559509332263.

2010 Vol. 15

Currie, J., Widom, C.S. (2010). Long term consequences of child abuse and neglect on adult economic well-being. Child Maltreatment, 15(2), 111-120. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559509355316

2011, Vol. 16

Stoltenborgh, M., van IJzendoorn, M.H, Euser, E.M., Bakermans-Kranenburg, M. (2011). A Global Perspective on Child Sexual Abuse: Meta-Analysis of Prevalence Around the World. Child Maltreatment, 16(2), 79-101. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559511403920

2012, Vol. 17

Proctor, L.J., Aarons, G.A., Dubowitz, H., English, D.J., Lewis, T., Thompson, R., Hussey, J.M., Litrownik, A.J., Roesch, S.C. (2012). Trajectories of Maltreatment Re-Reports from Ages 4 to 12: Evidence for Persistent Risk After Early Exposure. Child Maltreatment, 17(3), 207-217. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559512448472

2013, Vol. 18

Curtis, W.J., Cicchetti, D. (2013). Affective Facial Expression Processing in 15-Month-Old Infants Who Have Experienced Maltreatment: An Event-Related Potential Study. Child Maltreatment, 18(3), 140-154. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559513487944

 2014, Vol. 19

Rijlaarsdam, J. (2014). Maternal Childhood Maltreatment and Offspring Emotional and Behavioral Problems: Maternal and Paternal Mechanisms of Risk Transmission. Child Maltreatment, 19(2), 67-78. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559514527639

 2015, Vol. 20

Berliner, L., Fitzgerald, M.M., Dorsey, S. Ondersma, S.J., Wilson, C. (2015). Report of the APSAC Task Force on Evidence-Based Service Planning Guidelines for Child Welfare. Child Maltreatment, 20(1), 6-16. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559514562066

2016, Vol. 21

Goemans, A., van Geel, M., van Beem, M., Vedder, P. (2016).  Developmental Outcomes of Foster Children:  A Meta-Analytic Comparison with Children from the General Population and Children at Risk Who Remained at Home. Child Maltreatment, 21(3), 198-217. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559516657637

2017, Vol. 22

Eckenrode, J., Campa, M.I, Morris, P.A., Henderson, C.R. Bolger, K.E. Kitzman, H., Olds, D. (2017). The prevention of child maltreatment through the Nurse Family Partnership program: Mediating effects in a long-term follow-up study. Child Maltreatment 22(2), 92-99. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559516685185

​2018, Vol. 23

Kolko, D.J., Herschell, A.D., Baumann, B.L., Hart, J.A., Wisniewski, S.R. (2018). AF-CBT for families experiencing physical aggression or abuse served by the mental health or child welfare system: An effectiveness trial. Child Maltreatment, 23(4), 319-333. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559518781068

2019, Vol. 24

Jankowski, M.K., Schifferdecker, K.E., Butcher, R.L., Foster-Johnson, L., Barnett, E.R. (2019). Effectiveness of a Trauma Informed Care Initiative in a State Child Welfare System: A Randomized Study. Child Maltreatment, 24(1), 86-97. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559518796336

2020, Vol. 25

Wildeman, C., Edwards, F. R., & Wakefield, S. (2020). The Cumulative Prevalence of Termination of Parental Rights for U.S. Children, 2000-2016. Child maltreatment, 25(1), 32–42. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559519848499

2021, Vol. 26

Metzger, I. W., Anderson, R. E., Are, F., & Ritchwood, T. (2021). Healing Interpersonal and Racial Trauma: Integrating Racial Socialization Into Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for African American Youth. Child Maltreatment, 26(1), 17-27. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559520921457

2022, Vol. 27

Alampay, L. P., Godwin, J., Lansford, J. E., Oburu, P., Bornstein, M. H., Chang, L., Deater-Deckard, K., Rothenberg, W. A., Malone, P. S., Skinner, A. T., Pastorelli, C., Sorbring, E., Steinberg, L., Tapanya, S., Uribe Tirado, L. M., Yotanyamaneewong, S., Al-Hassan, S. M., Bacchini, D., Di Giunta, L., … Gurdal, S. (2022). Change in Caregivers’ Attitudes and Use of Corporal Punishment Following a Legal Ban: A Multi-Country Longitudinal Comparison. Child Maltreatment, 27(4), 561-571. https://doi.org/10.1177/10775595211036401

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