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Long-Term Psychological Consequences in Women of Witnessing Parental Physical Conflict and Experiencing Abuse in Childhood
Exposure to parental domestic violence in childhood is associated with long-term psychological maladjustment. Although previous studies controlled for childhood physical abuse, it is unclear how the coexisting risk factors ...
Child Sexual Abuse, Peer Sexual Abuse, and Sexual Assault in Adulthood: A Multi-Risk Model of Revictimization
This study explored the predictors and consequences of sexual assault occurring after the age of 16 years in a nonclinical sample of women. Child sexual abuse occurring before the age of 16 years was the only predictor of ...
Parental Sociopathy as a Predictor of Childhood Sexual Abuse
Research on childhood sexual abuse has often examined, in isolation of one another, such highly correlated risk factors as parental substance abuse, domestic violence, and pathological family functioning. Investigating ...