Carley Marshall

Carley Marshall
McGill University | McGill · Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology (ECP)

PhD Candidate School/Applied Child Psychology

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Publications (11)
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Sexual abuse trauma can have long-term implications for individuals in terms of psychological functioning, relationships, and socio-environmental circumstances, all of which are elements that could explain the CSA intergenerational continuity phenomenon. There are few empirical studies drawing comparisons between families to identify factors associ...
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Objectives: Child maltreatment is a serious problem worldwide associated with numerous developmental and psychological problems that can impede children's short and long-term functioning. The negative effects of maltreatment may put children on a trajectory where they are likely to experience later abuse and even abuse their own children. While stu...
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Maltreatment among school-aged children is associated with negative impacts on development and can contribute to the onset of psychological difficulties, including early depressive symptoms. Maltreatment can have devasting consequences, thus it is important to better understand the mechanisms contributing to children’s psychological outcomes. Purpo...
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Opioid overdose prevention training programs represent harm reduction initiatives for people who use drugs (PWUD). While studies have investigated their impact after participants have intervened in overdose situations, the impact of the training alone has not been examined in detail. This study explores the personal impact, including benefits and a...
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Background An association between child sexual abuse (CSA) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has been documented. However, the temporal relationship between these problems and the roles of trauma-related symptoms or other forms of maltreatment remain unclear. This review aims to synthesize available research on CSA and ADHD, asses...
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Child maltreatment tends to show intergenerational continuity. However, a significant proportion of maltreated parents break these cycles. Since several studies have investigated risk and protective factors associated with the intergenerational continuity of child maltreatment over the past decades, and no systematic review of the literature is ava...
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Overdose is a significant problem in many countries around the world and is the leading cause of death among people who use drugs (PWUD). In order to avoid death caused by an overdose, it is necessary to intervene rapidly. Since PWUD often consume together, they are in an optimal position placed to intervene in emergency situations. Some opioid ove...
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Background: Take-home naloxone programs (THN) are harm reduction programs with the aim of reducing the number of deaths caused by opioid overdoses. A THN program in Montreal called the PROFAN project was implemented with the goal of reducing overdoses through the use of peer-trainers. Peer-trainers are people who are currently or have previously u...

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Identifying risk and protective factors associated with the intergenerational continuity of child maltreatment and family violence.