Section on Child Maltreatment Newsletter
A newsletter of Division 37
December 2016 Download Issue (PDF, 314KB)
- Opportunities for Early Head Start to buffer infants and toddlers from toxic stress
Early Head Start may afford children the opportunity to experience the “buffering protection of a supportive adult relationship” in the face of toxic stress.
By Katherine W. Paschall, PhD, and Ann M. Mastergeorge, PhD
Early Career Psychologist Column
- Spotlight on Early Career Psychologists
Elizabeth Reichert, PhD, our spotlighted ECP, is a great role model for members interested in a clinical career path in a medical school setting.
- How to engage in community-based research and build sustainable partnerships
Recommendations for researchers on building partnerships with members of their local communities to encourage and empower community members and organizations to participate in all aspects of the research process.
By Lindsay Huffhines
In This Issue
- Interview with Tisha R. A. Wiley, PhD
Currently a health scientist administrator at the National Institute on Drug Abuse and former recipient of the Section's Dissertation Award, Tisha R. A. Wiley, PhD, offers her advice to graduate students studying child maltreatment and juvenile justice.
By Michelle Brown, MA