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2012 Impact Factor: 2.400 2012 Ranking: 5/38 in Family Studies | 4/52 in Criminology & Penology | 2/38 in Social Work Source: 2012 Journal Citation Reports ® (Thomson Reuters, 2013) Trauma, Violence, & Abuse is devoted to synthesizing, expanding, and organizing knowledge on all forms of trauma, violence and abuse. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse is dedicated to professionals and advanced students who work in all forms of trauma, violence and abuse and is intended to compile knowledge that impacts practice, policy, and research. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse Trauma, Violence, & Abuse
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Journal of Interpersonal Violence 2012 Impact Factor: 1.355 2012 Ranking: 18/38 in Family Studies | 30/72 in Psychology, Applied | 19/52 in Criminology & Penology Source: 2012 Journal Citation Reports ® (Thomson Reuters, 2013) The Journal of Interpersonal Violence offers the most up-to-date information on domestic violence, rape, child sexual abuse and other violent crimes. Unique FocusFocusing on both victims and perpetrators, the journal examines theoretical links between all types of interpersonal violence, exploring the similarities and differences between these types of crimes. Journal of Interpersonal Violence
Journal of Injury and Violence Research The Journal of Injury and Violence Research (JIVR) is a peer-reviewed open-access medical journal covering all aspects of traumatology includes quantitative and qualitative studies in the field of clinical and basic sciences about trauma, burns, drowning, falls, occupational/road/ sport safety, youth violence, child/elder abuse, child/elder injuries, intimate partner abuse/sexual violence, self-harm, suicide, patient safety, safe communities, consumer safety, disaster management, terrorism, surveillance/burden of injury and all other intentional and unintentional injuries. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. Copyright © 2013 KUMS. All rights reserved. Journal of Injury and Violence Research
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Journal of Family Issues Journal of Family Issues 2012 Impact Factor: 0.963 2012 Ranking: 23/38 in Family Studies Source: 2012 Journal Citation Reports ® (Thomson Reuters, 2013) Up-to-Date Research, Theory, and Analyses on Marriage and Family Life...For more than 30 years, Journal of Family Issues has served as an important forum on current research, theory, and analyses for those who work with and study families.
Several reports and studies in the last several weeks highlight the potential influence of parent behaviors and parenting styles on a number of outcomes in their children: HealthyDay highlights a study presented at th... This report from NPR highlights a recent study published in Pediatrics that showed that children are more likely to get timely and effective help for their mental health concerns if it is available in the pediatrician's ... This press release from our publisher Wolters Kluwer Health highlights a recent study published in the January/February issue of the Journal of Addiction Medicine about the surprisingly high use of caffeinated beverages,... We’ve moved our Media Highlights section into its own blog. Look here for periodic posts regarding current events and new developments in Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics. Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics
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