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6 new crime research studies for September 12

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1. Sexual Offending: Adverse Childhood Experiences, Shame, and Self-Compassion Explain the Variance in Self-Harm and Harm Towards Others?, published in Sexual Abuse.

2. Differentiating Between Sexual Offending and Violent Non-sexual Offending in Men With Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders Using Machine Learning, published in Sexual Abuse.

3. Psychological screening service for men newly admitted to an Italian prison: Preliminary clinical outcome analysis after 1 year of clinical activity, published in Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health.

4. Association Between Child Maltreatment and Aggression in Chinese Early Adolescents: The Mediating Role of Irritability, published in Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

5. Rates and Correlates of Intimate Partner Abuse Among Indigenous Women Caregivers, published in Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

6. The Prevalence of Domestic Violence in the Lives of Female Heterosexual Partners of Sex Addicts, published in Violence Against Women.

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