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Understanding Child Abuse and Neglect (1993)

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Suggested Citation:"A PANEL ACTIVITIES." National Research Council. 1993. Understanding Child Abuse and Neglect. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/2117.
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Panel Activities

The panel wishes to thank the individuals who provided assistance and information during the course of this study, including:

Jean Adnopoz, Yale University

Pam Alexander, University of Maryland

Bernard Auchter, National Institute of Justice

Diana Baumrind, University of California—Berkeley

Judith Becker, University of Arizona

Jay Belsky, The Pennsylvania State University

Marilyn Benoit, Children's Hospital National Medical Center, Washington, DC

Lucy Berliner, Harborview Treatment Center

Jeanne Bertolli, University of California—Los Angeles

Thomas Birch, National Child Abuse Coalition

Rosemary Bolig, Ohio State University

Barbara L. Bonner, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Jim Breiling, National Institute of Mental Health

John Briere, University of Southern California

Ann Burgess, University of Pennsylvania

Mary Campbell, American Psychological Association

Dante Cicchetti, University of Rochester

Joann Corbin, Yale University School of Medicine

Patrick Curtis, Child Welfare League of America

Howard Davidson, American Bar Association

Esther Deblinger, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey

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Anne Cohn Donnelly, National Committee for the Prevention of Child Abuse

Edward Donnerstein, University of California—Santa Barbara

Dennis Drotar, Metropolitan Hospital, Cleveland

Howard Dubowitz, University of Maryland at Baltimore

Richard Famularo, Boston Juvenile Court

Martin Finkel, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey

Robert Flores, U.S. Department of Justice

Brad Garrett, Federal Bureau of Investigation

James Gaudin, University of Georgia

Jeanne Giovannoni, University of California—Los Angeles

Gail Goodman, State University of New York—Buffalo

Robert Gossart, Yale University

Martin H. Gerry, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Stuart Hart, Indiana University

Hope Hill, Howard University

Wade F. Horn, Administration for Children, Youth, and Families

Carole Jenny, Children's Hospital, Denver, Colorado

Coryl Jones, National Institute of Drug Abuse

Joan Kaufman, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic

James Kavanagh, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

Lorraine Klerman, Yale University

Dean Knudsen, Purdue University

David Kolko, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic

Richard D. Krugman, University of Colorado

Kenneth Lanning, Federal Bureau of Investigation

Alan Leshner, National Institute of Mental Health

John Leventhal, Yale University

Carolyn Levitt, Midwest Children's Resource Center

Dan Linz, University of California—Santa Barbara

Julie Lipovsky, Medical University of South Carolina

Marsha Liss, National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect

David Lloyd, National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect

Neil Malamuth, University of Michigan

Harold Morgenstern, University of California—Los Angeles

Patricia Mrazek, Institute of Medicine

Steven Nagler, Yale University

Kim Oates, Children's Hospital, Camperdown, Australia

David Olds, University of Rochester

Carol Petrie, National Institute of Justice

Patricia A. Place, National Research Council

Norman Polansky, Athens, Georgia

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N. Dickon Reppucci, University of Virginia

Desmond Runyan, University of North Carolina

Joan Sieber, California State University—Hayward

Ray Smith, U.S. Postal Service

Joyce Thomas, Center for Child Protection and Family Support

Penelope Trickett, University of Southern California

Deborah Daro Tuggle, National Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse

Kathryn M. Turman, U.S. Department of Justice

Michael S. Wald, Stanford Law School

Roger Weissberg, Yale University

Debra Whitcomb, Educational Development Center

Diane Willis, University of Oklahoma

Charles Wilson, Child Welfare Services, Tennessee

David Wolfe, Western Ontario University

Ying-Ying Yuan, McDonald and Associates

Edward Zigler, Yale University

Survey Respondents

During spring and fall 1992, the panel conducted a mail survey to gather perspectives on current and future priorities in the field of child maltreatment research from officials of organizations with active interests in policy, advocacy, and education related to the prevention and treatment of abuse and neglect of children. The following organizations proposed research priorities for consideration by the panel in formulating this report:

Alaska Children and Youth, AK

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, DC

American Academy of Pediatrics, Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect, IL

American Association of Psychiatric Services for Children, NY

American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists, IL

American Bar Association, Center on Children and the Law, DC

American Civil Liberties Union, Children's Rights Project, NY

American Humane Association, CO

American Indian Health Care Association, MN

American Indian Institute, Continuing Education and Public Service, OK

American Medical Association, IL

American Public Welfare Association, DC

Arkansas Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse, AR

Boulder County Safehouse, CO

California Consortium for the Prevention of Child Abuse, CA

Center for Family Resources, NY

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Center for the Improvement of Child Caring, CA

Child Abuse Prevention Council, KS

Child Welfare League of America, DC

Children and Youth Advisory Committee, KS

Children's Services Division, OR

Children's Trust Fund, CO

Children's Trust Fund, Department of Children and Youth Services, CT

Children's Trust Fund, Department of Individual and Family Studies, DE

Children's Trust Fund Commission, GA

Children's Trust Fund, LA

Children's Trust Fund, MI

Children's Trust Fund, MN

Children's Trust Fund, MO

Children's Trust Fund, MS

Children's Trust Fund, NJ

Children's Trust Fund and Institutional Protective Services, ND

Children's Trust Fund, NC

Children's Trust Fund, Vermont State Agency of Human Services, VT

Coalition on Abuse and Disabilities, NY

Committee for Children, WA

Community and Family Support Services, Healthy Start Department, State Department of Health, Maternal and Child Health Branch, HI

Council on Child Abuse, KY

Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center, SC

D.C. Hotline, Inc., DC

Department of Children, Youth and Family Services, SD

Department of Human Resource Services - Children, Youth, and Families, FL

Department of Public Welfare, Office of Children, Youth, and Families, PA

Department of Social Services, NE

Disability, Abuse and Personal Rights Project, CA

Division of Child and Family Services, NV

Division of Family Services, UT

Effective Parenting Information for Children, NY

Effectiveness Training, Inc., CA

Exchange Club Center for Prevention of Child Abuse, SC

Family and Children Services, Division of Health and Welfare, ID

Family and Children's Trust Fund of Virginia, VA

Family and Social Services Administration, Division of Family and Children, IN

Family Nurturing Center, UT

Father Flanagan's Boy's Home, NE

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First Steps, Georgia Council on Child Abuse, GA

Friends for Prevention of Child Abuse, Inc., WV

George Warren Brown School of Social Work, MO

Governor's Office for Children and Youth, MD

Harborview Sexual Assault Center, WA

Implementation Committee on Social Work Research, DC

Manilaq Association, AK

Massachusetts Committee for Children and Youth, MA

Meld, MN

Molesters/Batterers Anonymous, CA

Montana Council for Families, MT

National Adolescent Perpetrator Network, CO

National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions, VA

National Association of Social Workers, DC

National Center for Youth Law, CA

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, CO

National Coalition on Child Abuse and Disabilities, NY

National Coalition to Abolish Corporal Punishment in Schools, OH

National Committee for the Prevention of Child Abuse (NCPCA), Alamo Chapter, Child Abuse Resources and Educational Services, TX

NCPCA, Delawareans United to Prevent Child Abuse, Delaware Chapter, DE

NCPCA, East Texas Chapter, TX

NCPCA, Florida Chapter, FL

NCPCA, Franklin County Chapter, ME

NCPCA, Greater Chicago Council, IL

NCPCA, Greater Philadelphia Chapter, PA

NCPCA, Illinois Chapter, IL

NCPCA, Indiana Chapter, IN

NCPCA, Iowa Chapter, IA

NCPCA, Lancaster County Chapter, PA

NCPCA, Michigan Chapter, MI

NCPCA, Missouri Chapter, MO

NCPCA, North Alabama Chapter, AL

NCPCA, North Carolina Chapter, NC

NCPCA, Quad Cities Affiliate, IL

NCPCA, Rhode Island Chapter, RI

NCPCA, South Plains Chapter TX

NCPCA, Southern Nevada Chapter, NV

NCPCA, Utah Chapter, UT

NCPCA, Western Pennsylvania Chapter, PA

NCPCA, Wisconsin Chapter, WI

National Court Appointed Special Advocates, WA

Suggested Citation:"A PANEL ACTIVITIES." National Research Council. 1993. Understanding Child Abuse and Neglect. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/2117.
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National Directory of Children, Youth and Family Services, CO

National Exchange Club Foundation, OH

National Network of Runaway and Youth Services Inc., DC

National Resource Center for Youth Services, OK

National Resource Center on Family-Based Services, IA

National Resource Center on Child Sexual Abuse, AL

New Hampshire Department of Education, NH

New Hampshire Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect, NH

New Mexico Human Services Department, NM

Office for the Development of Ministry Personnel, CT

Office for Family Policy and Support, VA

Office of Child Abuse Prevention, OK

Ohio Department of Human Services, OH

Ohio League Against Child Abuse, OH

Ohio Research Institute on Child Abuse Prevention, OH

PACER Center, MN

Pediatrician, NE

People Against Child Abuse, Inc., MD

Primary Children's Medical Center Child Protection Team, UT

Tennessee Department of Human Services, TN

Texas Coalition for the Prevention of Child Abuse, TX

Texas Department of Human Services, TX

U.S. Navy Family Advocacy Program, DC

Union of Pan Asian Communities, CA

University of South Carolina, College of Social Work SC

University of Wisconsin, Department of Social Work WI

Vermont Center for Prevention of Child Abuse, VT

Washington Council for Prevention of Child Abuse, WA

Western South Dakota Child Protection Council, SD

York County Child Abuse and Neglect Council, Inc., ME

Suggested Citation:"A PANEL ACTIVITIES." National Research Council. 1993. Understanding Child Abuse and Neglect. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/2117.
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Suggested Citation:"A PANEL ACTIVITIES." National Research Council. 1993. Understanding Child Abuse and Neglect. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/2117.
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Suggested Citation:"A PANEL ACTIVITIES." National Research Council. 1993. Understanding Child Abuse and Neglect. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/2117.
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Suggested Citation:"A PANEL ACTIVITIES." National Research Council. 1993. Understanding Child Abuse and Neglect. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/2117.
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Suggested Citation:"A PANEL ACTIVITIES." National Research Council. 1993. Understanding Child Abuse and Neglect. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/2117.
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Suggested Citation:"A PANEL ACTIVITIES." National Research Council. 1993. Understanding Child Abuse and Neglect. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/2117.
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The tragedy of child abuse and neglect is in the forefront of public attention. Yet, without a conceptual framework, research in this area has been highly fragmented. Understanding the broad dimensions of this crisis has suffered as a result.

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