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Child Sexual Behavior Inventory: Normative, Psychiatric, and Sexual Abuse Comparisons
TLDR
Sexually abused children exhibited a greater frequency of sexual behaviors than either the normative or psychiatric outpatient samples, and contributed to the reduced discrimination between psychiatric outpatients and sexually abused children when compared to the normative/sexually abused discrimination. Expand
Children with Sexual Behavior Problems: Identification of Five Distinct Child Types and Related Treatment Considerations
This research was conducted to define empirically derived and clinically relevant types of children with sexual behavior problems. A theory-driven hierarchical cluster analysis was performed usingExpand
Developmental and etiological characteristics of children with sexual behavior problems: treatment implications.
TLDR
Children with sexual behavior problems exhibited a number of functional impairments commonly associated with maltreatment, including learning and psychiatric disorders, including an impaired attachment between parent and child. Expand
Genetic, environmental and gender influences on attachment disorder behaviours
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Factor analysis showed clear discrimination between behaviours suggestive of attachment disorder, conduct problems, hyperactivity and emotional problems and Behavioural genetics analysis suggested a strong genetic influence to attachment disorder behaviour, with males showing higher heritability. Expand
Children with Sexual Behavior Problems and Their Caregivers: Demographics, Functioning, and Clinical Patterns
This article is the first report from a 5-year demonstration project examining the comparative efficacy of specialized and traditional treatments with children who have exhibited sexual behaviorExpand
Caregivers of children with sexual behavior problems: psychological and familial functioning.
TLDR
The data convincingly demonstrate that in order to maximize the efficacy of treatment for children with sexual behavior problems, parents must be centrally involved and receive services coordinated with those of their child. Expand
The other half of the story: Children with sexual behavior problems.
Child abuse has reached epidemic proportions in America. Rather than invoking health promotion strategies to protect children, the social priority appears to be extreme punishment of adult sexExpand
Children with sexual behavior problems and their caregivers: Demographics, functioning, and clinical patterns
This article is the first report from a 5-year demonstration project examining the comparative efficacy of specialized and traditional treatments with children who have exhibited sexual behaviorExpand
Persisting Hallucinations following Childhood Sexual Abuse
TLDR
Hallucinations can persist for many years after childhood sexual abuse, and are distinct from hallucinations in schizophrenia though patients have frequently been given that diagnosis. Expand
Utility of Relapse Prevention in Treatment of Sexual Abusers
While the number of relapse prevention (RP) programs has expanded from just two in 1985 to currently being the most widely used intervention approach, Marlatt has suggested that with the populationExpand
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