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American Psychologist Special Issue: Adverse Childhood Experiences: Translating Research to Action [apa.org]

 

The American Psychological Association has published a special issue focusing on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). In this special issue you will find a variety of articles addressing ACEs and the impact they have on us from biology to policy.

From the American Psychological Association, "The goal of this special issue is to publish articles that encompass the range of work being conducted in research, practice, programs, and policy in psychology and allied disciplines. This emphasis is captured in its subtitle: Translation to Action." The issue is divided into three sections:

Science, practice, and policy related to adverse childhood experiences: Framing the conversation.

How Broadly Should Adverse Childhood Experiences Be Defined?


How Should Adverse Childhood Experiences Be Assessed?


How Can Adverse Childhood Experiences Science Translate Into High Quality Services?



[Please click here to access the original table of contents.]

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