PSY 622 SNHU Therapeutic Risk Typologies Case Scenario

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Review the collateral information of the Case Scenario 4. In the Assessment Data section, review the raw data of the TSCYC. Appropriately interpret the scores. Based on your review of Therapeutic Risk Typologies, provide a recommendations for additional forensic assessment report for child protective services.

For additional details, please refer to the Milestone Four Guidelines and Rubric document and the Final Project Guidelines and Rubric document.

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PSY 622 Final Project Guidelines and Rubric Overview The purpose of the final project for this course is to establish an in-depth proficiency in the area of assessment within multiple domains of forensic psychology. The final project focuses on victimology, which examines the symptoms of trauma-related victims, such as survivors of child, domestic, or sexual abuse. It also looks at correctional psychology, which evaluates criminal responsibility and risk of re-offense in violent (e.g., those with assault charges) and non-violent offenders (e.g., those with substance abuse charges). The final project for this course is a collection of six separate forensic psychological reports based on provided scenarios. Each report is based on data from a distinct test and serves a distinct purpose within the court system. These reports are specific to risk assessment, and most of the reports will be reviewed by parties other than the forensic assessor’s client. These reports are considered consultative work. The project is divided into six milestones, which will be submitted at various points throughout the course to scaffold learning and ensure quality final submissions. These milestones will be submitted in Modules Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, and Eight. The final submission will occur in Module Nine. In this assignment, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following course outcomes:      Assess the extent to which case study data sets meet the Daubert standard Develop reports based on forensic assessment standards and guidelines for informing decision making in criminal and civil proceedings Assess sources of collateral information for their credibility and appropriateness for informing decisions in criminal and civil proceedings Evaluate structured and semi-structured interviews for their impact on decision making in criminal and civil proceedings Promote ethical behavior in practice by employing ethical guidelines of a professional psychology organization in making recommendations Prompt Imagine you have been hired as a consultant to conduct risk assessment in six separate domains of forensic psychology: mental health/diminished capacity, offender risk assessment, substance abuse potential, trauma symptoms among children, child abuse potential, and violence risk assessment. For each domain, you will be required to develop reports based on their associated scenarios (scenarios are located in each module that contains a milestone). You will need to assess the data sets from the objective tests used in each domain, as well as review the interview information and collateral information for each case, and create a subsequent recommendations report specific to each domain. You will be required to incorporate appropriate ethical guidelines in each of your recommendations reports. Ensure you save instructor feedback from this assignment as it will be used in future courses. Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed: I. Mental Health/Diminished Capacity Assessment (Case Scenario 1) a) Assess the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard (psychometrics). In other words, what is the known or potential error rate? Has the data been derived using reliable methods? Is the data valid and reliable with regard to the scientific method? b) Evaluate the interview information contained in the scenario for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process. Substantiate your claims with specific research. c) Evaluate the collateral information contained in the scenario for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process. Substantiate your claims with specific research. d) Create a recommendations report for risk management based on the above elements. Justify your position with specific scholarly research. e) Be sure your recommendations report aligns with the ethical guidelines of a professional psychology association. Note: You do not need to belong to an organization, but rather may view the ethical guidelines on the website of the organization of your choice. II. Offender Risk Assessment (Case Scenario 2) a) Assess the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard (psychometrics). In other words, what is the known or potential error rate? Has the data been derived using reliable methods? Is the data valid and reliable with regard to the scientific method? b) Evaluate the interview information contained in the scenario for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process. Substantiate your claims with specific research. c) Evaluate the collateral information contained in the scenario for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process. Substantiate your claims with specific research. d) Create a recommendations report for risk management based on the above elements. Justify your position with specific scholarly research. e) Be sure your recommendations report aligns with the ethical guidelines of a professional psychology association. Note: You do not need to belong to an organization, but rather may view the ethical guidelines on the website of the organization of your choice. III. Substance Abuse Potential (Case Scenario 3) a) Assess the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard (psychometrics). In other words, what is the known or potential error rate? Has the data been derived using reliable methods? Is the data valid and reliable with regard to the scientific method? b) Evaluate the interview information contained in the scenario for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process. Substantiate your claims with specific research. c) Evaluate the collateral information contained in the scenario for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process. Substantiate your claims with specific research. d) Create a recommendations report for risk management based on the above elements. Justify your position with specific scholarly research. e) Be sure your recommendations report aligns with the ethical guidelines of a professional psychology association. Note: You do not need to belong to an organization, but rather may view the ethical guidelines on the website of the organization of your choice. IV. Trauma Symptoms Among Children (Case Scenario 4) a) Assess the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard (psychometrics). In other words, what is the known or potential error rate? Has the data been derived using reliable methods? Is the data valid and reliable with regard to the scientific method? b) Evaluate the interview information contained in the scenario for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process. Substantiate your claims with specific research. c) Evaluate the collateral information contained in the scenario for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process. Substantiate your claims with specific research. d) Create a recommendations report for risk management based on the above elements. Justify your position with specific scholarly research. e) Be sure your recommendations report aligns with the ethical guidelines of a professional psychology association. Note: You do not need to belong to an organization, but rather may view the ethical guidelines on the website of the organization of your choice. V. Child Abuse Potential (Case Scenario 5) a) Assess the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard (psychometrics). In other words, what is the known or potential error rate? Has the data been derived using reliable methods? Is the data valid and reliable with regard to the scientific method? b) Evaluate the interview information contained in the scenario for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process. Substantiate your claims with specific research. c) Evaluate the collateral information contained in the scenario for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process. Substantiate your claims with specific research. d) Create a recommendations report for risk management based on the above elements. Justify your position with specific scholarly research. e) Be sure your recommendations report aligns with the ethical guidelines of a professional psychology association. Note: You do not need to belong to an organization, but rather may view the ethical guidelines on the website of the organization of your choice. VI. Violence Risk Assessment (Case Scenario 6) a) Assess the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard (psychometrics). In other words, what is the known or potential error rate? Has the data been derived using reliable methods? Is the data valid and reliable with regard to the scientific method? b) Evaluate the interview information contained in the scenario for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process. Substantiate your claims with specific research. c) Evaluate the collateral information contained in the scenario for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process. Substantiate your claims with specific research. d) Create a recommendations report for risk management based on the above elements. Justify your position with specific scholarly research. e) Be sure your recommendations report aligns with the ethical guidelines of a professional psychology association. Note: You do not need to belong to an organization, but rather may view the ethical guidelines on the website of the organization of your choice. Milestones Milestone One: Case Scenario 1 In Module Three, you will submit Case Scenario 1: Mental Health/Diminished Capacity Assessment. Review Case Scenario 1. In the Assessment Data section, review the raw data of the MMPI-2. Appropriately interpret the scores. Based on your review of Therapeutic Risk Typologies, provide a one to two page recommendations report for child protective services. This milestone is graded with the Milestone One Rubric. Milestone Two: Case Scenario 2 In Module Four, you will submit Case Scenario 2: Offender Risk Assessment. Review Case Scenario 2. In the Assessment Data section, review the raw data of the IORNS. Appropriately interpret the scores. Based on your review of Therapeutic Risk Typologies, provide a one to two page recommendations report for parole. This milestone is graded with the Milestone Two Rubric. Milestone Three: Case Scenario 3 In Module Five, you will submit Case Scenario 3: Substance Abuse Potential. Review Case Scenario 3. In the Assessment Data section, review the raw data of the SASSI-3. Appropriately interpret the scores. Based on your review of Therapeutic Risk Typologies, provide a one to two page recommendations report for child protective services and probation. This milestone is graded with the Milestone Three Rubric. Milestone Four: Case Scenario 4 In Module Six, you will submit Case Scenario 4: Trauma Symptoms Among Children. Review Case Scenario 4. In the Assessment Data section, review the raw data of the TSCYC. Appropriately interpret the scores. Based on your review of Therapeutic Risk Typologies, provide a one to two page recommendations report for child protective services. This milestone is graded with the Milestone Four Rubric. Milestone Five: Case Scenario 5 In Module Seven, you will submit Case Scenario 5: Child Abuse Potential. Review Case Scenario 5. In the Assessment Data section, review the raw data of the CAPI. Appropriately interpret the scores. Based on your review of Therapeutic Risk Typologies, provide a one to two page recommendations report for child protective services. This milestone is graded with the Milestone Five Rubric. Milestone Six: Case Scenario 6 In Module Eight, you will submit Case Scenario 6: Violence Risk Assessment. Review Case Scenario 6. In the Assessment Data section, review the raw data of the SARA. Appropriately interpret the scores. Based on your review of Therapeutic Risk Typologies, provide a one to two page recommendations report for probation. This milestone is graded with the Milestone Six Rubric. Final Submission: Summative Forensic Case Report (Cases 1-6) In Module Nine, you will submit the final project, containing all six completed case scenarios. It should be a complete, polished artifact containing all of the critical elements of the final project. It should reflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course. This submission will be graded using the Final Project Rubric. Deliverables Milestone Deliverables Module Due Grading 1 Case Scenario 1 Three Graded separately; Milestone One Rubric 2 Case Scenario 2 Four Graded separately; Milestone Two Rubric 3 Case Scenario 3 Five Graded separately; Milestone Three Rubric 4 Case Scenario 4 Six Graded separately; Milestone Four Rubric 5 Case Scenario 5 Seven Graded separately; Milestone Five Rubric 6 Case Scenario 6 Eight Graded separately; Milestone Six Rubric Final Submission: Summative Forensic Case Report (Cases 1-6) Nine Graded separately; Final Project Rubric Final Project Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Submit all six completed case scenarios. Your submission should be a complete, polished artifact containing all of the critical elements of the final project. It should reflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course and be formatted with one-inch margins, 12-point Times New Roman font, and appropriate APA format. Ensure you save instructor feedback from this assignment as it will be used in future courses. Critical Elements Mental Health/Diminished Capacity: Daubert Mental Health/Diminished Capacity: Interview Information Exemplary (100%) Meets “Proficient” criteria and connects the assessment to specific components of the Daubert standard Meets “Proficient” criteria and uses industry-specific language to exhibit expertise Proficient (90%) Comprehensively assesses the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard Evaluates interview information appropriately for its implications in the risk assessment process and substantiates claims with specific research Needs Improvement (70%) Assesses the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard but with gaps in accuracy or detail Evaluates information but evaluation is not appropriate to the situation, or does not substantiate claims with research Not Evident (0%) Does not assess the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard Value 2.5 Does not evaluate interview information 2.5 Mental Health/Diminished Capacity: Collateral Information Meets “Proficient” criteria and uses industry-specific language to exhibit expertise Mental Health/Diminished Capacity: Recommendations Mental Health/Diminished Capacity: Ethical Guidelines Meets “Proficient” criteria and proposed recommendations provide suggestions for optimal performance Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates professionalism in promoting the welfare of the client and the legal system Offender Risk Assessment: Daubert Offender Risk Assessment: Interview Information Meets “Proficient” criteria and connects the assessment to specific components of the Daubert standard Meets “Proficient” criteria and uses industry-specific language to exhibit expertise Offender Risk Assessment: Collateral Information Meets “Proficient” criteria and uses industry-specific language to exhibit expertise Offender Risk Assessment: Recommendations Meets “Proficient” criteria and proposed recommendations provide suggestions for optimal performance Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates professionalism in promoting the welfare of the client and the legal system Offender Risk Assessment: Ethical Guidelines Evaluates collateral information appropriately for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process and substantiates claims with specific research Proposes appropriate recommendations and justifies with research Employs appropriate ethical guidelines of a professional organization in making recommendations Comprehensively assesses the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard Evaluates interview information appropriately for its implications in the risk assessment process and substantiates claims with specific research Evaluates collateral information appropriately for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process and substantiates claims with specific research Proposes appropriate recommendations and justifies with research Employs appropriate ethical guidelines of a professional organization in making recommendations Evaluates collateral information Does not evaluate collateral but evaluation is not appropriate information to the situation, or does not substantiate claims with research 2.5 Proposes recommendations that are not appropriate to the situation, or does not justify with research Employs ethical guidelines but guidelines are not appropriate to the situation or are not supported by a professional organization Assesses the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard but with gaps in accuracy or detail Evaluates information but evaluation is not appropriate to the situation, or does not substantiate claims with research Does not propose recommendations 4.5 Does not employ ethical guidelines 4.5 Does not assess the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard 2.5 Does not evaluate interview information 2.5 Evaluates collateral information Does not evaluate collateral but evaluation is not appropriate information to the situation, or does not substantiate claims with research 2.5 Proposes recommendations that are not appropriate to the situation, or does not justify with research Employs ethical guidelines but guidelines are not appropriate to the situation or are not supported by a professional organization Does not propose recommendations 4.5 Does not employ ethical guidelines 4.5 Substance Abuse Potential: Daubert Substance Abuse Potential: Interview Information Meets “Proficient” criteria and connects the assessment to specific components of the Daubert standard Meets “Proficient” criteria and uses industry-specific language to exhibit expertise Substance Abuse Potential: Collateral Information Meets “Proficient” criteria and uses industry-specific language to exhibit expertise Substance Abuse Potential: Recommendations Meets “Proficient” criteria and proposed recommendations provide suggestions for optimal performance Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates professionalism in promoting the welfare of the client and the legal system Substance Abuse Potential: Ethical Guidelines Trauma Symptoms Among Children: Daubert Trauma Symptoms Among Children: Interview Information Meets “Proficient” criteria and connects the assessment to specific components of the Daubert standard Meets “Proficient” criteria and uses industry-specific language to exhibit expertise Trauma Symptoms Among Children: Collateral Information Meets “Proficient” criteria and uses industry-specific language to exhibit expertise Comprehensively assesses the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard Evaluates interview information appropriately for its implications in the risk assessment process and substantiates claims with specific research Evaluates collateral information appropriately for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process and substantiates claims with specific research Proposes appropriate recommendations and justifies with research Employs appropriate ethical guidelines of a professional organization in making recommendations Comprehensively assesses the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard Evaluates interview information appropriately for its implications in the risk assessment process and substantiates claims with specific research Evaluates collateral information appropriately for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process and substantiates claims with specific research Assesses the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard but with gaps in accuracy or detail Evaluates information but evaluation is not appropriate to the situation, or does not substantiate claims with research Does not assess the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard 2.5 Does not evaluate interview information 2.5 Evaluates collateral information Does not evaluate collateral but evaluation is not appropriate information to the situation, or does not substantiate claims with research 2.5 Proposes recommendations that are not appropriate to the situation, or does not justify with research Employs ethical guidelines but guidelines are not appropriate to the situation or are not supported by a professional organization Assesses the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard but with gaps in accuracy or detail Evaluates information but evaluation is not appropriate to the situation, or does not substantiate claims with research Does not propose recommendations 4.5 Does not employ ethical guidelines 4.5 Does not assess the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard 2.5 Does not evaluate interview information 2.5 Evaluates collateral information Does not evaluate collateral but evaluation is not appropriate information to the situation, or does not substantiate claims with research 2.5 Trauma Symptoms Among Children: Recommendations Meets “Proficient” criteria and proposed recommendations provide suggestions for optimal performance Trauma Symptoms Meets “Proficient” criteria and Among Children: Ethical demonstrates professionalism in Guidelines promoting the welfare of the client and the legal system Child Abuse Potential: Daubert Child Abuse Potential: Interview Information Meets “Proficient” criteria and connects the assessment to specific components of the Daubert standard Meets “Proficient” criteria and uses industry-specific language to exhibit expertise Child Abuse Potential: Collateral Information Meets “Proficient” criteria and uses industry-specific language to exhibit expertise Child Abuse Potential: Recommendations Meets “Proficient” criteria and proposed recommendations provide suggestions for optimal performance Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates professionalism in promoting the welfare of the client and the legal system Child Abuse Potential: Ethical Guidelines Criminal Risk Assessment: Daubert Meets “Proficient” criteria and connects the assessment to specific components of the Daubert standard Proposes appropriate recommendations and justifies with research Employs appropriate ethical guidelines of a professional organization in making recommendations Comprehensively assesses the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard Evaluates interview information appropriately for its implications in the risk assessment process and substantiates claims with specific research Evaluates collateral information appropriately for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process and substantiates claims with specific research Proposes appropriate recommendations and justifies with research Employs appropriate ethical guidelines of a professional organization in making recommendations Comprehensively assesses the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard Proposes recommendations that are not appropriate to the situation, or does not justify with research Employs ethical guidelines but guidelines are not appropriate to the situation or are not supported by a professional organization Assesses the extent to which case study data set meets the Daubert standard but with gaps in accuracy or detail Evaluates information but evaluation is not appropriate to the situation, or does not substantiate claims with research Does not propose recommendations 4.5 Does not employ ethical guidelines 4.5 Does not assess the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard 2.5 Does not evaluate interview information 2.5 Evaluates collateral information Does not evaluate collateral but evaluation is not appropriate information to the situation, or does not substantiate claims with research 2.5 Proposes recommendations that are not appropriate to the situation, or does not justify with research Employs ethical guidelines but guidelines are not appropriate to the situation or are not supported by a professional organization Assesses the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard but with gaps in accuracy or detail Does not propose recommendations 4.5 Does not employ ethical guidelines 4.5 Does not assess the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard 2.5 Criminal Risk Assessment: Interview Information Meets “Proficient” criteria and uses industry-specific language to exhibit expertise Criminal Risk Assessment: Collateral Information Meets “Proficient” criteria and uses industry-specific language to exhibit expertise Criminal Risk Assessment: Recommendations Meets “Proficient” criteria and proposed recommendations provide suggestions for optimal performance Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates professionalism in promoting the welfare of the client and the legal system Criminal Risk Assessment: Ethical Guidelines Evaluates interview information appropriately for its implications in the risk assessment process and substantiates claims with specific research Evaluates collateral information appropriately for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process and substantiates claims with specific research Proposes appropriate recommendations and justifies with research Employs appropriate ethical guidelines of a professional organization in making recommendations Articulation of Response Submission is free of errors Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, and organization spelling, syntax, or organization and is presented in a professional and easy to read format Evaluates information but Does not evaluate interview evaluation is not appropriate to information the situation, or does not substantiate claims with research 2.5 Evaluates collateral information Does not evaluate collateral but evaluation is not appropriate information to the situation, or does not substantiate claims with research 2.5 Proposes recommendations that are not appropriate to the situation, or does not justify with research Employs ethical guidelines but guidelines are not appropriate to the situation or are not supported by a professional organization Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas Does not propose recommendations 4.5 Does not employ ethical guidelines 4.5 Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas Earned Total 1 100% PSY 622 Milestone Four Case Scenario 4 Guidelines and Rubric (Trauma Symptoms Among Children) Prompt: Review the collateral information of Case Scenario 4. In the Assessment Data section, review the raw data of the TSCYC. Appropriately interpret the scores. Based on your review of Therapeutic Risk Typologies, provide a one- to two-page recommendations report for child protective services. Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed: IV. Trauma Symptoms Among Children (Case Scenario 4) a) Assess the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard (psychometrics). In other words, what is the known or potential error rate? Has the data been derived using reliable methods? Is the data valid and reliable with regard to the scientific method? b) Evaluate the interview information contained in the scenario for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process. Substantiate your claims with specific research. c) Evaluate the collateral information contained in the scenario for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process. Substantiate your claims with specific research. d) Create a recommendations report for risk management based on the above elements. Justify your position with specific scholarly research. e) Be sure your recommendations report aligns with the ethical guidelines of a professional psychology association. Note: You do not need to belong to an organization, but rather may view the ethical guidelines on the website of the organization of your choice. Guidelines for Submission: The recommendations report should follow these formatting guidelines: 1–2 pages, double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and at least three citations in APA format. Critical Elements Trauma Symptoms Among Children: Daubert Trauma Assessment: Interview Information Trauma Assessment: Collateral Information Proficient (100%) Comprehensively assesses the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard Evaluates interview information appropriately for its implications in the risk assessment process and substantiates claims with specific research Evaluates collateral information appropriately for its implications in the risk assessment and recommendations process and substantiates claims with specific research Needs Improvement (75%) Assesses the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard but with gaps in accuracy or detail Evaluates information but evaluation is not appropriate to the situation, or does not substantiate claims with research Not Evident (0%) Does not assess the extent to which the case study data set meets the Daubert standard Value 18 Does not evaluate interview information 18 Evaluates collateral information but evaluation is not appropriate to the situation, or does not substantiate claims with research Does not evaluate collateral information 18 Trauma Assessment: Recommendations Proposes appropriate recommendations and justifies with research Trauma Assessment: Ethical Guidelines Employs appropriate ethical guidelines of a professional organization in making recommendations Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, or syntax Articulation of Response Proposes recommendations that are not appropriate to the situation, or does not justify with research Employs ethical guidelines but guidelines are not appropriate to the situation or are not supported by a professional organization Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, or syntax that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas Does not propose recommendations 18 Does not employ ethical guidelines 18 Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, or syntax that prevent understanding of ideas 10 Earned Total 100%
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Running head: PSY 622 6-2 Final Project Milestone Four: Case Scenario 4

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PSY 622 6-2 FINAL PROJECT MILESTONE FOUR: CASE SCENARIO 4
Case Scenario 4 Review: Collateral Information
The case involves the assessment of Little Alberta, born April 24, 2008, placed
under the foster care of the Brady’s. The assessment took place on June 25, 2013, and as
conducted in response to reports of the manifestation trauma-related symptoms by Alberta. The
symptoms, as reported by her preschool, included anxiousness, noncompliance in school
activities, and bizarre sexual behavior towards her peers (Chandler, 2014a). These symptoms
were thought to be a result of an alleged car accident that took place on July 7, 2012, based on
accounts from her parents. The assessment was conducted to determine if the accident was the
cause of Alberta’s cognitive and behavioral issues or if it was due to psychogenic responses to
her foster placement. The assessment tools used include the Parental Clinical
Interview/Observation (PCI), Trauma Scales for Checklist for Young Children (TSCYC),
Preschool Interviews, and Collateral Preschool Reports ...


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