Catalogue by titles / What children can tell us. Eliciting, interpretation and evaluating critical information from children

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ISS/IRC Code TOOL-PRACTICE ENG-007
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Title What children can tell us. Eliciting, interpretation and evaluating critical information from children
Author GARBARINO J
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Date published/issue 00-00-0000
Date received 00-00-0000
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Publisher Jossey-Bass Publisher 350 Sansome Street, San Francisco, California 94104.
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Page 373
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ISBN 1-55542-465-1
Type of material Book
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Spanish

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Index Child-opinion
Abuse
Free text Designed to help professionals become better consumers of information from and about children, and to evaluate the information about children he or she receives from other professionals. Judges and lawyers need to know whether a psychologist or social worker is presenting a plausible report of information obtained from a child. Psychologists and social workers need to know whether the legal system is justified in drawing conclusions about a Child's testimony. Este libro está escrito para ayudar a los profesionales a entender la información extraida de o sobre niños y a evaluar la información sobre niños que recibe de otros profesionales. Los Jueces y los abogados necesitan saber si un psicologo o un trabajador social les presenta un reporte plausible sobre la información obtenida de un niño y viceversa, los psicologos y los trabajadores sociales necesitan saber si las decisiones legales son justificadas realmente en el testimonio del niño. TOOL-PRACTICE ESP-10

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Degree of interest Of interest
Work area Psychology
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