The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Child abuse, Psychiatry, Neglect, Poverty and Suicide prevention. The study incorporates disciplines such as Developmental psychology, Juvenile delinquency, Demography and Income maintenance in addition to Child abuse. Her Psychiatry research incorporates themes from Sexual abuse and Child neglect.
Her research investigates the connection with Neglect and areas like Physical abuse which intersect with concerns in Collective efficacy. Melissa Jonson-Reid works mostly in the field of Suicide prevention, limiting it down to concerns involving Injury prevention and, occasionally, Social psychology. Her Mental health research integrates issues from Substance abuse and Clinical psychology.
Melissa Jonson-Reid mainly focuses on Child abuse, Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Mental health and Injury prevention. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Developmental psychology, Juvenile delinquency, Poverty and Neglect. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Psychiatry, Foster Home Care is strongly linked to Foster care.
Her Clinical psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Intervention and Domestic violence. Her work deals with themes such as Young adult, Suicide prevention and Recidivism, which intersect with Injury prevention. She focuses mostly in the field of Suicide prevention, narrowing it down to matters related to Human factors and ergonomics and, in some cases, Social psychology.
Melissa Jonson-Reid focuses on Intervention, Clinical psychology, Domestic violence, Child abuse and Demography. As a member of one scientific family, Melissa Jonson-Reid mostly works in the field of Intervention, focusing on Psychological intervention and, on occasion, Cognition, Public relations and Knowledge base. Her Clinical psychology study incorporates themes from Criminal justice, Attendance, Neglect and Intervention studies.
The various areas that Melissa Jonson-Reid examines in her Neglect study include Empirical research, Proportional hazards model, Harm and Child neglect. Her studies deal with areas such as Research design, Psychiatry, Recidivism and Intervention program as well as Domestic violence. Her research in Child abuse intersects with topics in Developmental psychology, Poverty and Socioeconomic status.
Her primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Context, Association and Demographic economics. The Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Anger and Injury prevention, Human factors and ergonomics, Child abuse. Her Clinical psychology research includes elements of Neglect, Child neglect, Poverty, Empirical research and Harm.
Her Context research incorporates elements of Logistic regression, Juvenile delinquency, Latent class model, Age and gender and Differential effects. Her research on Demographic economics frequently links to adjacent areas such as Foster care.
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Time to Leave Substantiation Behind: Findings From A National Probability Study
Patricia L. Kohl;Melissa Jonson-Reid;Brett Drake.
Child Maltreatment (2009)
From placement to prison: The path to adolescent incarceration from child welfare supervised foster or group care
Melissa Jonson-Reid;Richard P. Barth.
Children and Youth Services Review (2000)
Child and Adult Outcomes of Chronic Child Maltreatment
Melissa Jonson-Reid;Patricia L. Kohl;Brett Drake.
From maltreatment report to juvenile incarceration: the role of child welfare services.
Melissa Jonson-Reid;Richard P Barth.
Child Abuse & Neglect (2000)
Substantiation and recidivism.
Brett Drake;Melissa Jonson-Reid;Ineke Way;Sulki Chung.
Child Maltreatment (2003)
Racial Bias in Child Protection? A Comparison of Competing Explanations Using National Data
Brett Drake;Jennifer M. Jolley;Paul Lanier;John D. Fluke.
Race and child maltreatment reporting: Are Blacks overrepresented?
Brett Drake;Sang Moo Lee;Melissa Jonson-Reid.
Children and Youth Services Review (2009)
A prospective analysis of the relationship between reported child maltreatment and special education eligibility among poor children
Melissa Jonson-Reid;Brett Drake;Jaeyeun Kim;Shirley Porterfield.
Child Maltreatment (2004)
Lifetime Prevalence of Investigating Child Maltreatment Among US Children
Hyunil Kim;Christopher Wildeman;Melissa Jonson-Reid;Brett Drake.
American Journal of Public Health (2017)
Is the overrepresentation of the poor in child welfare caseloads due to bias or need
Melissa Jonson-Reid;Brett Drake;Patricia L. Kohl.
Children and Youth Services Review (2009)
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