CMSN Faculty Dr. Carlo Panlilio was recently named Editor for the APSAC Advisor (peer reviewed quarterly news journal for professionals in the field of child abuse and neglect) and APSAC Alert (digital publication of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children).
Parent-child relationship quality (PCRQ) and parental monitoring (PM) are associated with adolescent behavior problems following child maltreatment (CM). Whether these associations are best characterized as between (trait) or within-person (state) differences is unknown
Lindsey Palmer – Assistant Professor University of Utah Department of Social Work and Claire Selin – Research Scientist at the Center for Child Deafness, Language and Learning at Boys Town National Research Hospital
New research suggests that trauma leads to high levels of intergenerational substance use among Black women, and race and gender may play a role.
Individuals with greater affect variability are at risk for greater systemic inflammation, which is associated with cardiovascular disease.
This study is a first step in showing how capturing multiple aspects of the child maltreatment experience can be applied across different and large samples of youth exposed to maltreatment.
Abusive head trauma (AHT) remains a major pediatric problem with diagnostic challenges. A small pilot study previously associated subcortical brain injury with AHT.
Commencement ceremonies were held at campuses throughout the state of Pennsylvania on Dec. 17. Congratulations to all the graduates in Penn State's Class of 2022! Especially the three CMAS graduates: Victoria Medina, Olive Somah, Emi Tanaka!
For the first year the Fostering Lions participated in GivingTuesday and received $3480 in donations!!!
This study investigated whether statewide delivery of the wraparound service model (WSM) improved child and caregiver outcomes and reduced subsequent child protective service (CPS) contact among families referred to services following a CPS report.