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Fisher Celia B., 1995
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An overview of the American Psychological Association's (1992) Ethics Code to the activities of psychologists engaged in child sexual abuse validations
Silverstein Louise, 1993
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Peer Reviewed
A commentary regarding the role of psychology in policymaking and the responsibility of government in the lives of individuals
Huston Aletha C., 1993
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A critique focusing on reforming psychological research by the National Institute of Child Health and Development (NICHD)
McCartney Kathleen, Phillips Deborah A., Scarr Sandra, 1993
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A review against misguided research on child care and maternal employment
Maddux James E., 1993
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A commentary on the use of strong opposing viewpoints weakening the credibility of psychological research in the development of social policy
Shpancer Noam, 1993
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A discussion of social and political approaches in child care policy debates, contrasting mother-centric and broader family role paradigms
Silverstein Louise, 1991
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A critique of the conflict between government policy and social interest that results from society?s idealized image of motherhood and a research agenda that searches for negative consequences of maternal employment