Associations between child sexual abuse and negative sexual experiences and revictimization among women: does measuring severity matter?

Abstract

Women with histories of child sexual abuse (CSA) are more likely than those without such experiences to report a variety of negative sexual outcomes. This study examines the explanatory power of a CSA summed composite versus dichotomous (presence/absence) measurement in predicting a comprehensive negative sexual behavior outcome. Study participants were… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2011.06.003

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