Murray Levine

"Murray Levine"


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Samuel J. Beck grad student 1954
Julius Wishner grad student 1954


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Jacob Kraemer Tebes grad student
Peter Isquith grad student 1991 (Neurotree)
Linda Kunce grad student 1990-1995
Elizabeth "Beth" M. Anderson grad student 1998
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Levine M. (2015) Children come first? A brief history of children's mental health services. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. 85: S22-8
Weinstein B, Levine M, Kogan N, et al. (2001) Therapist reporting of suspected child abuse and maltreatment: factors associated with outcome. American Journal of Psychotherapy. 55: 219-233
Weinstein B, Levine M, Kogan N, et al. (2000) Mental health professionals' experiences reporting suspected child abuse and maltreatment Child Abuse & Neglect. 24: 1317-1328
Levine M. (2000) The family group conference in the New Zealand children, young persons, and their families act of 1989 (CYP&F): review and evaluation. Behavioral Sciences & the Law. 18: 517-556
Anderson EM, Levine M. (1999) Concerns about allegations of child sexual abuse against teachers and the teaching environment. Child Abuse & Neglect. 23: 833-43
Levine M. (1998) Do Standards of Proof Affect Decision Making in Child Protection Investigations Law and Human Behavior. 22: 341-347
Compaan C, Doueck HJ, Levine M. (1997) Mandated Reporter Satisfaction With Child Protection More Good News for Workers Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 12: 847-857
Freeman JB, Levine M, Doueck HJ. (1996) Child age and caseworker attention in child protective services investigations. Child Abuse & Neglect. 20: 907-20
Deisz R, Doueck HJ, George N, et al. (1996) Reasonable cause: A qualitative study of mandated reporting Child Abuse & Neglect. 20: 275-287
Levine M, Doueck HJ, Freeman JB, et al. (1996) African-American families and child protection Children and Youth Services Review. 18: 693-711
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