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Child Sexual Abuse: Interviewing Children and Assessing the Recovered Memories of Adults - Chapter 6
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1. All of the following are reasons for underreporting of child sexual abuse, EXCEPT:
children's allegations of sexual abuse are not taken seriously.
What was the outcome in the Wee Care Nursery School case?
Kelly Michaels was sentenced to 47 years but was released from prison after 5 years.
Extensive research shows that the use of anatomically detailed dolls:
increases the number of false allegations by children in sexual abuse cases.
Substantial research now shows that the interviewers in many of the preschool cases ____ that children were sexually abused, and this made the interviewers question the children more _____ to confirm the interviewers' preexisting beliefs.
strongly believed; coercively
There were several experiments conducted by researchers to evaluate children's susceptibility to suggestive questioning. Even though these studies show a significant proportion of children changing their accounts in response to misleading questions, these studies probably still underestimate the children's tendency to agree with misleading questions. Here are the reasons for such underestimation, EXCEPT:
Children in the experiments were much older than children in the day care center cases.
Which of the following is NOT a type of interviewer's prompt recommended in NICHD Investigative Interview Protocol?
He wanted you to touch him, right?
Researchers analyzed interviews with actual child victims of sexual abuse, which revealed that the presumed child sexual abuse accommodation syndrome (CSAAS) is largely not confirmed in abused children: Most children disclose abuse _____ and later recantations of the admitted abuse are _____.
in the first or second interview; rare
In sexual abuse cases, jurors are more likely to believe _____ because younger children _____.
younger children than adolescents; seem unsophisticated about sexual matters
One of the situations when most states allow hearsay testimony at trial is when:
a child is the alleged victim of the crime.
In the case Maryland v. Craig (1990), the Supreme Court allowed the use of _____ for child _____.
closed-circuit television (CCTV); victims
The notion that traumatic memories can be pushed out of conscious awareness is called:
The case of Paul Ingram is unusual because:
it involved recovered memories of being the perpetrator of sexual abuse.
Elizabeth Loftus (1997) was able to implant false memories of being "lost at the mall" in what percentage of participants?
In a series of studies by Hyman and his colleagues, replicating and extending Loftus's findings, the researchers tried to implant childhood memories of even more unusual events than being "lost at the mall." What percent of participants did eventually come to believe these memories were real?
Over a quarter of the participants.
One should be especially skeptical about the claims of recovered memories in all of the following cases, EXCEPT:
memories of abuse coming as flashbacks.
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