1. What did the presenter list as part of the “bottom line”?
2. It’s vital to understand local and federal laws, especially regarding:
3. True or false? One of the implications of the Caldwell, 2007, study is that sexual re-offense is the only way to understand the effects of treatment.
4. One implication of the Worling, 2006, study is:
5. In the Burton, 2008, study, ___% reported having been sexually abused.
6. McGrath, Cumming, & Burchard, 2009, found that for male adolescent arousal reconditioning, 56.4% of programs use:
7. In their examination of recidivism among 169 male YSA in residential programs, Viljoen et al., found that the average time to recidivism was ____ months.
8. True or false? Concluding that “even though risk assessment tools are often intended to inform case planning, they do not provide much guidance,” Viljoen et al., 2018, offered a method with four foci, including expanding the breadth of interventions beyond surveillance.
9. The problems with ___________ are that very few can boast of an excellent research base, and none cover every possible outcome.
10. Which measure uses four scales: sexual drive, antisocial behavior, clinical intervention, and community stability?
11. A key caveat to using the JSOAP – II measure with adolescents is that no aspect of their ____________ is fixed or stable.
12. According to its authors, the _____________ provides empirically based estimates of risk of juvenile sexual recidivism to inform a range of decisions, such as placement and programming.
13. The _____________ is a 22-item rating scale designed to help identify risk-relevant intervention needs among individuals aged 12 to 25 who have engaged in abusive sexual behavior.
14. What measure contains 20 bipolar factors that were chosen based on a review of the available literature and on clinical experience with adolescents and emerging adults who have offended sexually?
15. Which measure was authored by Broum, Bartel, & Forth?
16. Which of the following are indicative of poor cognitive problem-solving?
17. What did Ward, Laws, & Hudson call an abuser’s implicit theories about the world?
18. When did ATSA take a formal stance against the use of polygraphy with adolescents?
19. When kids make things up in order to get through an interview, it is called:
20. Interviewing is best when it:
21. True or false? Psychological assessments and evaluations commonly contain different referral questions, instruments, and types of recommendations.
22. Approximately ______% of assessment clients experience intellection or other cognitive limitations requiring specialize knowledge and skills.
23. A good measure is _________ likely to be predictive of future events than a good professional.
24. True or false? The belief that offenders can and do fake change contributes to the high level of cynicism among the public but not within professionals themselves.
25. How many principles of forensic assessments with juveniles did the presenter cite?
26. Which of the following is NOT one of the three pathways to women’s incarceration?
27. True or false? Replication of earlier life experiences within interactions with professionals can be a serious obstacle to assessment as well as therapy.
28. Which of the following was NOT one of the presenter’s recommendations for effective report-writing?
29. Which of the following was NOT another one of the presenter’s recommendations for effective report-writing?
30. Who said, “Nothing preaches better than the act.”?
31. True or false? The most common risk assessment results for youth include that their risk is highly dependent on the circumstances in which they find themselves.