Blackout Drinking Predicts Sexual Revictimization in a College Sample of Binge-Drinking Women.

@article{ValensteinMah2015BlackoutDP,
  title={Blackout Drinking Predicts Sexual Revictimization in a College Sample of Binge-Drinking Women.},
  author={Helen R Valenstein-Mah and Mary E. Larimer and Lori A. Zoellner and Debra L. Kaysen},
  journal={Journal of traumatic stress},
  year={2015},
  volume={28 5},
  pages={484-8}
}
Sexual victimization is prevalent on U.S. college campuses. Some women experience multiple sexual victimizations with heightened risk among those with prior victimization histories. One risk factor for sexual revictimization is alcohol use. Most research has focused on associations between alcohol consumption and revictimization. The current study's objective was to understand potential mechanisms by which drinking confers risk for revictimization. We hypothesized that specific drinking… CONTINUE READING

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