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The Obstruction, Cancellation, and Cover-Up of The Research: Analysis Denied

Publications by Prescott on the topic

This initial analysis on infant/child homicide rates was was first reported in: Prescott, J.W. (1979b): Deprivation of physical affection as a primary process in the development of physical violence. In: Child Abuse and Violence (Gil, D. G., Ed). AMS Press New York pp. 66-137. (5 figures:pp-105-117 under a subtitle: "Infant/Child Mortality, divorce, Homicide and Suicide: some Characteristics of a Dysfunctional American Society".)

Selected figures were reprinted in the Congressional Record with Prescott's testimony before the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate:

Prescott, J.W. (1983b). Testimony on Child Abuse and Neglect Research at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, National Institutes of Health. U.S. House of Representatives Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor-Health and Human Services and Education, 98th Congress (May 10, 1983); and before the U.S. Senate (April 27, 1983).

Similar but less extended testimony was given before the U.S. Senate Appropriatons Subcommittee.

Selected figures of this infant/homicide data were also reprinted in the 1996 PPPJ article.