Factors Surrounding and Influencing the Primary Disclosure in Child Sexual Abuse

@inproceedings{Bona2006FactorsSA,
  title={Factors Surrounding and Influencing the Primary Disclosure in Child Sexual Abuse},
  author={Kira Bona},
  year={2006}
}
FACTORS SURROUNDING AND INFLUENCING THE PRIMARY DISCLOSURE IN SEXUAL ABUSE OF CHILDREN. Kira O’Neil Bona (Sponsored by Dr. John M. Leventhal). Department of Pediatrics, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT. This study aimed to investigate the context within which children initially disclose their sexual abuse. The study sought to identify triggers that prompted the initial disclosure event, and to investigate the relationship between the choice of initial confidante and the child’s… CONTINUE READING

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