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Question 1: A ________ report on child wellbeing[27] stated that the United States and the United Kingdom ranked lowest among industrial nations with respect to the wellbeing of children.
United Nations High Commissioner for RefugeesJoint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDSUnited Nations Industrial Development OrganizationUNICEF

Question 2: It could include name-calling, ridicule, degradation, destruction of personal belongings, torture or destruction of a pet, excessive criticism, inappropriate or excessive demands, withholding communication, and routine labeling or ________.

Question 3: The ________ reports that for each year between 2000 and 2005, "female parents acting alone" were most likely to be perpetrators of child abuse.
United States Department of Homeland SecurityUnited States Department of DefenseUnited States CabinetUnited States Department of Health and Human Services

Question 4: Abuse-focused ________ was designed for children who have experienced physical abuse.
Impulse (psychology)Thought suppressionCognitive behavioral therapyEdna B. Foa

Question 5: [16] Sexual abuse by a family member is a form of incest, and can result in more serious and long-term psychological trauma, especially in the case of parental ________.
ProstitutionHuman sexualityIncestMiscegenation

Question 6: It targets trauma-related symptoms in children including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), clinical depression, and ________.
AnxietyEmotionHostilityMental confusion

Question 7: Child abuse at the ________
Life (magazine)Open Directory ProjectTime WarnerJim Barksdale

Question 8: [7] See ________ for more information.
LGBT parentingParentingChild disciplineCorporal punishment in the home

Question 9: ________
Psychological traumaPsychological abuseBullyingComplex post-traumatic stress disorder

Question 10: [56] One way the ________ provides funding for child-abuse prevention is through Community-Based Grants for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (CBCAP).
State governments of the United StatesUnited States House of RepresentativesFederal government of the United StatesUnited States Congress

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