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State of the science on prevention of elder abuse and lessons learned from child abuse and domestic violence prevention : Toward a conceptual framework for research toward a conceptual framework for research Jeanne A. Teresi, David Burnes, Elizabeth A. Skowron, Mary Ann Dutton, Laura Mosqueda, Mark S. Lachs and Karl Pillemer

By: Teresi, Jeanne A.
Contributor(s): Burnes, David | Skowron, Elizabeth A | Dutton, Mary Ann | Mosqueda, Laura | Lachs, Mark S | Pillemer, Karl.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Elder Abuse & Neglect.Publisher: Routledge, 2016Subject(s): CHILD ABUSE | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | ELDER ABUSE | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | PREVENTION | UNITED STATESOnline resources: Read abstract In: Elder Abuse & Neglect, 2016, 28(4–5): 263–300Summary: The goal of this review is to discuss the state of the science in elder abuse prevention. Findings from evidence-based programs to reduce elder abuse are discussed, drawing from findings and insights from evidence-based programs for child maltreatment and domestic/intimate partner violence. A conceptual measurement model for the study of elder abuse is presented and linked to possible measures of risk factors and outcomes. Advances in neuroscience in child maltreatment and novel measurement strategies for outcome assessment are presented. (Authors' abstract). Record #6196
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Elder Abuse & Neglect, 2016, 28(4–5): 263–300

The goal of this review is to discuss the state of the science in elder abuse prevention. Findings from evidence-based programs to reduce elder abuse are discussed, drawing from findings and insights from evidence-based programs for child maltreatment and domestic/intimate partner violence. A conceptual measurement model for the study of elder abuse is presented and linked to possible measures of risk factors and outcomes. Advances in neuroscience in child maltreatment and novel measurement strategies for outcome assessment are presented. (Authors' abstract). Record #6196