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Intoxicated victims of sexual violence could accurately retain information from events

Intoxicated victims of sexual violence could accurately retain information from events

Fixing up abandoned buildings in inner city can reduce crime, violence

Fixing up abandoned buildings in inner city can reduce crime, violence

Therese S. Richmond recognized with Claire M. Fagin Distinguished Researcher Award

Therese S. Richmond recognized with Claire M. Fagin Distinguished Researcher Award

Women suffering from domestic violence at greater risk of mental health problems

Women suffering from domestic violence at greater risk of mental health problems

New test can predict survival chances of women with breast cancer

New test can predict survival chances of women with breast cancer

Exposure to workplace violence can lead to serious consequences for health sector employees

Exposure to workplace violence can lead to serious consequences for health sector employees

Blacks more feared, but shot less quickly

Blacks more feared, but shot less quickly

Acetyl fentanyl is more potent and dangerous than heroin

Acetyl fentanyl is more potent and dangerous than heroin

Scientists receive £500,000 to investigate global food fraud

Scientists receive £500,000 to investigate global food fraud

Georgia State hosts 21st World Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression

Georgia State hosts 21st World Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression

Manchester mentoring scheme helps student become doctor

Manchester mentoring scheme helps student become doctor

Researchers expand Child Exploitation Network Extractor

Researchers expand Child Exploitation Network Extractor

Gang members are twice as likely to become victim and offender of crime

Gang members are twice as likely to become victim and offender of crime

Air, surface sampling techniques used by US government effective in fighting bioterrorism, says study

Air, surface sampling techniques used by US government effective in fighting bioterrorism, says study

Teenagers who have little hope for future may commit more serious offenses

Teenagers who have little hope for future may commit more serious offenses

Parents who use alcohol have higher frequencies of children who pick up their habits

Parents who use alcohol have higher frequencies of children who pick up their habits

New study provides first contemporary findings on how risk of arrest varies across race, gender

New study provides first contemporary findings on how risk of arrest varies across race, gender

University students who were spanked as children more likely to engage in criminal behavior

University students who were spanked as children more likely to engage in criminal behavior

Chemical attacks in Syria can pose threat to US, says Homeland Security medical officer

Chemical attacks in Syria can pose threat to US, says Homeland Security medical officer

New study explores connection between physical fights, cognitive decline

New study explores connection between physical fights, cognitive decline