Jill S. Levenson mainly investigates Sex offender, Social psychology, Suicide prevention, Residence and Sex offense. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sexual violence and Recidivism in addition to Sex offender. Her Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Legislation and Public policy.
She focuses mostly in the field of Suicide prevention, narrowing it down to matters related to Human factors and ergonomics and, in some cases, Injury prevention. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Psychiatry, Anger and Harassment. Her Clinical psychology study incorporates themes from Denial, Interpersonal relationship, Health care and Rating scale.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sex offender, Recidivism, Clinical psychology, Injury prevention and Suicide prevention. Her Sex offender research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Demography and Social psychology. Jill S. Levenson combines subjects such as Sexual violence and Social work with her study of Social psychology.
Her Recidivism research incorporates themes from Legislation and Risk assessment. Her studies deal with areas such as Shame and Psychiatry as well as Clinical psychology. Her work on Injury prevention is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Human factors and ergonomics.
Jill S. Levenson mostly deals with Clinical psychology, Adverse Childhood Experiences, Sex offender, Pedophilia and Sexual abuse. Her work on Recidivism and Traumatic stress as part of general Clinical psychology research is frequently linked to Sample, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her research investigates the connection between Recidivism and topics such as Psychological intervention that intersect with issues in Juvenile delinquency, Experiential learning and Empathy.
Sex offender is the subject of her research, which falls under Criminology. Her research investigates the link between Pedophilia and topics such as Child sexual abuse that cross with problems in Sexual assault and Child abuse. Her study deals with a combination of Megan's Law and Sex offense.
Jill S. Levenson mainly focuses on Pedophilia, Clinical psychology, Mental health, Shame and Psychiatry. Her study connects Sexual abuse and Pedophilia. There are a combination of areas like Suicide prevention and Injury prevention integrated together with her Mental health study.
Her work deals with themes such as Stigma and Treatment barriers, which intersect with Shame. Her work often combines Psychiatry and Child sexual abuse studies. Her Confidentiality research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Loneliness and Anxiety.
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Public Perceptions About Sex Offenders and Community Protection Policies
Jill S. Levenson;Yolanda N. Brannon;Timothy Fortney;Juanita Baker.
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy (2007)
The Effect of Megan’s Law on Sex Offender Reintegration:
Jill S. Levenson;Leo P. Cotter.
Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice (2005)
Megan's Law and its impact on community re-entry for sex offenders.
Jill S. Levenson;David A. D'Amora;Andrea L. Hern.
Behavioral Sciences & The Law (2007)
The Impact of Sex Offender Residence Restrictions: 1,000 Feet From Danger or One Step From Absurd?
Jill S. Levenson;Leo P. Cotter.
International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology (2005)
Social Policies Designed to Prevent Sexual Violence: The Emperor's New Clothes?
Jill S. Levenson;David A. D'Amora.
Criminal Justice Policy Review (2007)
The Impact of Specialized Sex Offender Legislation on Community Reentry
Cynthia Calkins Mercado;Shea Alvarez;Jill S Levenson.
Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment (2008)
Collateral Damage: Family Members of Registered Sex Offenders
Jill Levenson;Richard Tewksbury.
American Journal of Criminal Justice (2009)
Sex Offender Residence Restrictions: Unintended Consequences and Community Reentry:
Jill S. Levenson;Andrea L. Hern.
Justice Research and Policy (2007)
Desistance and Attitudes Towards Sex Offenders: Facilitation or Hindrance?
Gwenda M. Willis;Jill S. Levenson;Tony Ward.
Journal of Family Violence (2010)
Trauma-Informed Social Work Practice
Jill S Levenson.
Social Work (2017)
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