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Posted September 21. 2017 4:44PM

Criminal Justice Review examines special victim populations

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In a self-reported study of youth living in foster care, depression decreased over time for those who had experienced only the initial child maltreatment, except among white males. For youth who faced continued victimization in foster care, depression levels increased, especially among youth of color, the study found.