Childhood Sexual Abuse, Dissociation, and Adult Self-Destructive Behavior

  title={Childhood Sexual Abuse, Dissociation, and Adult Self-Destructive Behavior},
  author={O. Rodriguez-Srednicki},
  journal={Journal of Child Sexual Abuse},
  pages={75 - 89}
  • O. Rodriguez-Srednicki
  • Published 2001
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Journal of Child Sexual Abuse
  • ABSTRACT Female college students reporting a history of childhood sexual abuse (N = 175) and not reporting a history of childhood sexual abuse (N = 266) were compared on indices of six self-destructive behaviors, including drug use, alcohol abuse, binge eating, self-mutilation, risky sex, and suicidality. The samples were also compared on two measures of dissociation, the Trauma Symptom Checklist dissociation subscale and the Dissociative Experiences Scale. The CSA group had significantly… CONTINUE READING
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