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Animal abuse: Offender and offence characteristics.

van Wijk, A., Hardeman, M., & Endenburg, N. (2018). Animal abuse: Offender and offence characteristics. A descriptive study. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling. This descriptive study was done to gain insight into the characteristics of animal abusers and animal abuse. On the basis of registrations by police, animal protection services, and the nationalRead More

The role of callous/unemotional traits in mediating the association between animal abuse exposure and behavior problems among children exposed to intimate partner violence

McDonald, S. E., Dmitrieva, J., Shin, S., Hitti, S. A., Graham-Bermann, S. A., Ascione, F. R., & Williams, J. H. (2017). The role of callous/unemotional traits in mediating the association between animal abuse exposure and behavior problems among children exposed to intimate partner violence. Child Abuse & Neglect, 72, 421-432. Children exposed to intimate partnerRead More

Double Jeopardy: Insurance, Animal Harm, and Domestic Violence

Signal, T., Taylor, N., Burke, K. J., & Brownlow, L. (2017). Double Jeopardy: Insurance, Animal Harm, and Domestic Violence. Violence Against Women, 1077801217711266. Although the role of companion animals within the dynamic of domestic violence (DV) is increasingly recognized, the overlap of animal harm and insurance discrimination for victims/survivors of DV has not been considered.Read More

Psychological Risk Factors for Childhood Nonhuman Animal Cruelty

Hawkins, R. D., Hawkins, E. L., & Williams, J. M. (2017). Psychological Risk Factors for Childhood Nonhuman Animal Cruelty. Society & Animals: 25(1). Despite growing research into human-nonhuman animal relationships, little is known about childhood cruelty to nonhuman animals. The purpose of this review was to investigate the potential psychological risk factors for childhood crueltyRead More