Your browser is currently set to block JavaScript.

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser.

After enabling javascript, please refresh the page to go back to experts.com site with full functionality

Would you turn off/on JavaScript?

It's a widely used language that makes the web what it is today, allowing for websites to be more responsive, dynamic, and interactive. Disabling JavaScript takes websites back to a time when they were simple documents without any other features.

What are the advantages of using JavaScript?

Speed. Since JavaScript is an 'interpreted' language, it reduces the time required by other programming languages like Java for compilation. JavaScript is also a client-side script, speeding up the execution of the program as it saves the time required to connect to the server.

banner ad
Experts Logo
Articles Pen

SEXUAL ABUSE - MOLESTATION - HARASSMENT ARTICLES MAIN PAGE

Featured articles related to Sexual Abuse, Molestation, and Harassment, written by Expert Witnesses and Business Consultants on the subject.. Contact Us if you are interested in having your work published on our website and linked to your Profile(s).

Featured Articles

Search articles by title, description, author etc.
Sort Non-Featured Profiles
michael_perrotti_photo.jpg

8/28/2019· Sexual Abuse - Molestation - Harassment

"Sex Offenders!" Do They All Need GPS Tracking?

By: Dr. Michael J. Perrotti

The overcategorization of individuals in the category of sex offenders with need for monitoring and GPS tracking has resulted in personnel being overwhelmed in the system. It is incumbent upon psychological experts to educate the courts that sex offenders are not all pedophiles, but a complex mix of many other dynamic issues.

Sanjay-Adhia-Forensic-Psychiatry-Expert-Photo.jpg

8/27/2018· Sexual Abuse - Molestation - Harassment

Date Rape – a Medicine Cabinet of Assault

By: Dr. Sanjay Adhia

Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault (DFSA) is the use of drugs and/or alcohol by a sexual predator to render a victim incapacitated and unable to fight back against a sexual assault. A side effect of many "Date Rape" or "Club Drugs" is also anterograde amnesia, the inability to recall what happened while drugged, increasing a predator's belief he will "get away with it." Those odds are shifting, but attorneys, Courts and potential victims are better served if they understand some of the drugs used and their impact on mind and body.

michael_perrotti_logo.jpg

3/16/2018· Sexual Abuse - Molestation - Harassment

Sources of Bias and Evidentiary Standards in Forensic Psychology Expert Reports: Best Practices Forensic Psychology Guidelines

By: Dr. Michael J. Perrotti

Voir dire of experts as to credentials and experience needs to be viewed as only one aspect of the vetting process of forensic work product. Experts, as much as anyone else, are prone to conscious and unconscious sources of bias. This rather significant problem area in forensic reports is discussed by (Stuld and Simon, 2013) under the rubric of heuristic and cognitive biases. Heuristics addresses how people arrive at decisions or reach conclusions in complex family law, civil, or criminal matters. Errors in this area are of concern when experts focus or overly attend to only a part of the problem or afford overemphasis to certain factors and minimize the contribution of other factors. One can also see this problem in medicine. A patient may complain of pain in a particular body region whereas the provider focuses only another medical issue.

michael_perrotti_logo.jpg

2/19/2018· Sexual Abuse - Molestation - Harassment

Forensic Psychological Evaluation of Child Sexual Abuse and Sexual Assault

By: Dr. Michael J. Perrotti

Defense counsel is frequently presented with the problem of a client protesting their innocence and accusers, perhaps multiple accusers, leveling allegations of sexual assault against the client. Of course, with defendants facing severe legal consequences, complaints need to be evaluated as to their reliability and validity.

expert_placeholder

5/10/2017· Sexual Abuse - Molestation - Harassment

Utilizing an Expert to Assess the Reliability and Credibility of Child Sexual Abuse Victim's Statements in Criminal, Civil, and Family Court Cases

By: Dr. Jane K. McNaught

In forensic interviews, where there are allegations of child sexual abuse, it is imperative that interviewers incorporate the current Professional Standards of Care in order to obtain forensically sound information from the alleged child victim. Interviews that produce unreliable information present significant risk to both the alleged victim as well as perpetrator. Those falsely accused suffer irreparable damage; the risks are equally significant if a perpetrator is allowed to continue to offend, simply because the interviewer used techniques that undermined the forensic reliability and credibility of the child's statements.

expert_placeholder

10/5/2009· Psychology

A Forensic Psychologist's Report In A Sexual Harassment, Hostile Work Environment And Retaliation Case

By: Stephen Reich, PhD

On September 24, 2007, I interviewed Ms. Rebecca White for a psychological evaluation and report. She was referred by her attorney, Peter G. Eikenberry, Esq. for a psychological evaluation in the context of her litigation against Charlie's Supermarkets where she alleged sexual harassment, a hostile work environment and retaliation.The following is based upon the psychological evaluation of Rebecca White.

expert_placeholder

6/24/2009· Family Issues

A Break in Communication: When an Advocate Is Needed

By: Rich Weinfeld

Each and every child is born with potential. The adults in that child’s world must work to make certain that there are educational opportunities in place to ensure that potential is reached. Every time an adult acts to support a child’s potential or speak on his or her behalf, we are striving to act as an advocate. In some instances, parents will use traditional venues, such as

expert_placeholder

2/18/2005· Sexual Abuse - Molestation - Harassment

When Adults Become Abusers of Young People

By: Rev. David O'Leary, STL, Dphil

The statements are always the same: "We did not see any warning signs." Accounts of child sexual abuse shock our senses. But there are some warning signs people should be aware of. Although they should not lead to witch hunts against innocent people, they should raise people's level of alertness

Featured resources

Murder,
Murder, Inc.: How Unregulated...

by Dr. Gerald Goldhaber

The
The Future of Women

by Rona M. Fields, PhD

Power
Power Generation, Operation and...

by Allen J. Wood, Bruce F. Wollenberg, Gerald B. Sheblé

Experts.com-No broker Movie Ad

Follow us

linkedin logo youtube logo rss feed logo
;