Philip AuClaire ( Ph.D., Bryn Mawr), formerly a faculty member of the University of Minnesota School of Social Work, is currently a senior planner and project director with the Hennepin County ( Minnesota) Children and Family Services Department, where he directs a child abuse prevention research and demonstration project and a demonstration project serving chronically neglectful child protective service clients. Dr. AuClaire is a member of the Editorial Board of Social Work.
William H. Barton is an associate professor in the School of Social Work at Indiana University, Indianapolis. He received his doctorate in Social Work and Psychology from the University of Michigan in 1985. For nearly twenty years he has conducted survey research, program evaluation, policy analysis, and training in juvenile justice. He directed an evaluation of juvenile intensive probation programs in Detroit, and, as a research associate with the Center for the Study of Youth Policy at the University of Michigan from 1988 to 1992, he was involved in several projects with juvenile justice agencies in several states. Current projects include an evaluation of youth assistance programs in Michigan, the development of objective dispositional guidelines for juveniles in New Hampshire, and a study of the feasibility of computer-assisted interviewing for child victims of sexual abuse. He has published extensively and presented papers at numerous conferences.
Charles M. Borduin is a professor of Psychology at the University of Missouri-Columbia and director of the Missouri Delinquency Project. He