Browsing Dr. Howard Dubowitz by Title
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|Early adolescent risk behavior outcomes of childhood externalizing behavioral trajectories |
|Early intervention and recovery among children with failure to thrive: Follow-up at age 8 |
|Effect of early childhood adversity on child health |
|The Effect of Maternal Victimization on Children: A Cross-Informant Study |
|The Effectiveness of Food Insecurity Screening in Pediatric Primary Care |
|Epidemiology of abusive abdominal trauma hospitalizations in United States children |
|Epidemiology of child neglect |
|Ethical issues in professionals' response to child maltreatment |
|Examination of a conceptual model of child neglect |
|Failure to thrive |
|Failure to thrive as distinct from child neglect  |
|Failure to thrive/growth deficiency. |
|Failure-to-Thrive: Lessons from animal models and developing countries |
|Family connections: A program for preventing child neglect |
|Family violence: A child-centered, family-focused approach |
|Father involvement and children's functioning at age 6 years: A multisite study |
|Fathers and child neglect |
|Fathers' role in protecting children |
|A follow-up study of behavior problems associated with child sexual abuse |
|Forensic medical evaluations of child maltreatment: A proposed research agenda |
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