Children Exposed to Domestic Violence: Review of Recent Research Findings

Weisberg, D. Kelly; Miller, Megan
June 2014
Domestic Violence Report;Jun/Jul2014, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p72
A review of the article "Intervention Following Family Violence: Best Practices and Helpseeking Obstacles in a Nationally Representative Sample of Families With Children" by Sherry Hamby, David Finkelhor and Heather Turner, which appeared in the April 2014 issue of " Psychology of Violence," is presented.


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