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Editorial Nordic Psychology, 2022 Vol. 74 No. 1 1–2, https://doi.org/10.1080/19012276.2022.2049495 EDITORIAL This issue of Nordic Psychology has a number of really interesting articles to be read during the beautiful and bright Nordic spring. The articles cover important and interesting themes like victims of rape, grief among spouses of brain injury survivors, measurement tools for mentalization, emotion regulation difficulties and identity diffusion, episodic future thinking and the Accuracy of Assessing the Age of Adolescents. In the first article of this issue “Recorded Withdrawal from the Police Investigation among Victims of Rape: A Mixed Method Approach to Identifying Case Characteristics and Police Documented Reasons” Nina Beck Hansen, Sophie Lykkegaard Ravn and Maj Hansen aimed at enhancing our understanding of the characteristics and causes of recorded victim with- drawal from the police investigation following rape using a mixed-methods approach. The study is based on a sample of rapes reported in a Danish police district. Results showed that stranger assaults and cases with no verbal or physical victim resistance or no forensic examination were significantly associated with an increased likelihood of recorded victim withdrawal. Furthermore, another set of results indicated that victims may withdraw from the investigation for several reasons, for instance due to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nordic Psychology Taylor & Francis

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Nordic Psychology , Volume 74 (1): 2 – Apr 4, 2022

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Nordic Psychology, 2022 Vol. 74 No. 1 1–2, https://doi.org/10.1080/19012276.2022.2049495 EDITORIAL This issue of Nordic Psychology has a number of really interesting articles to be read during the beautiful and bright Nordic spring. The articles cover important and interesting themes like victims of rape, grief among spouses of brain injury survivors, measurement tools for mentalization, emotion regulation difficulties and identity diffusion, episodic future thinking and the...
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1904-0016
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10.1080/19012276.2022.2049495
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Nordic Psychology, 2022 Vol. 74 No. 1 1–2, https://doi.org/10.1080/19012276.2022.2049495 EDITORIAL This issue of Nordic Psychology has a number of really interesting articles to be read during the beautiful and bright Nordic spring. The articles cover important and interesting themes like victims of rape, grief among spouses of brain injury survivors, measurement tools for mentalization, emotion regulation difficulties and identity diffusion, episodic future thinking and the Accuracy of Assessing the Age of Adolescents. In the first article of this issue “Recorded Withdrawal from the Police Investigation among Victims of Rape: A Mixed Method Approach to Identifying Case Characteristics and Police Documented Reasons” Nina Beck Hansen, Sophie Lykkegaard Ravn and Maj Hansen aimed at enhancing our understanding of the characteristics and causes of recorded victim with- drawal from the police investigation following rape using a mixed-methods approach. The study is based on a sample of rapes reported in a Danish police district. Results showed that stranger assaults and cases with no verbal or physical victim resistance or no forensic examination were significantly associated with an increased likelihood of recorded victim withdrawal. Furthermore, another set of results indicated that victims may withdraw from the investigation for several reasons, for instance due to

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Published: Apr 4, 2022

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