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Read more at: VRC Working Paper "The South Carolina Triple P System Population Trial to Prevent Child Maltreatment: Seven Reasons to be Sceptical about the Study Results"

VRC Working Paper "The South Carolina Triple P System Population Trial to Prevent Child Maltreatment: Seven Reasons to be Sceptical about the Study Results"


Read more at: VRC Working Paper "A Critical Re-examination of the Prevention Study 'Empowerment in Family and School (eifas): A Randomized Trial'

VRC Working Paper "A Critical Re-examination of the Prevention Study 'Empowerment in Family and School (eifas): A Randomized Trial'


Read more at: Christopher Mikton on WHO's global strategy for preventing violence and the role of research and evidence within it

Christopher Mikton on WHO's global strategy for preventing violence and the role of research and evidence within it


Read more at: Children’s Trust and the Development of Prosocial Behavior

Children’s Trust and the Development of Prosocial Behavior


Read more at: The Developmental Relation Between Aggressive Behaviour and Prosocial Behaviour: A 5-Year Longitudinal Study

The Developmental Relation Between Aggressive Behaviour and Prosocial Behaviour: A 5-Year Longitudinal Study


Read more at: 'Adolescent Risk Factors for Extremism' by Amy Nivette

'Adolescent Risk Factors for Extremism' by Amy Nivette


Read more at: Presentation_NigelWalker_2018_final3.pdf

Presentation_NigelWalker_2018_final3.pdf


Read more at: EBLS presentation Jamaica (002).pdf

EBLS presentation Jamaica (002).pdf


Read more at: EBLS Early Career Research Network introduction and members.pdf

EBLS Early Career Research Network introduction and members.pdf


Read more at: Center for the Study of Violence - São Paulo, Brazil - call for postdocs

Center for the Study of Violence - São Paulo, Brazil - call for postdocs

The Center for the Study of Violence at the University of São Paulo announces the call for post-doctoral fellowships in the Institutional Research Program “Building Democracy Daily: Human Rights, Violence, and Institutional Trust,” supported by the São Paulo Research Foundation (CEPID-FAPESP). The vacancies will be open to Brazilian and foreign researchers and the fellowships will last for at least one year, with the possibility of renewal, and are planned to begin in May 2019. Up to eight proposals may be approved, depending on the Center’s needs.


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