Revictimization and Self-Harm in Females Who Experienced Childhood Sexual Abuse

@article{Noll2003RevictimizationAS,
  title={Revictimization and Self-Harm in Females Who Experienced Childhood Sexual Abuse},
  author={J. Noll and L. Horowitz and G. Bonanno and P. Trickett and F. Putnam},
  journal={Journal of Interpersonal Violence},
  year={2003},
  volume={18},
  pages={1452 - 1471}
}
Lifetime trauma histories were ascertained for females with confirmed histories of childhood sexual abuse and comparison females participating in a longitudinal, prospective study. Abused participants reported twice as many subsequent rapes or sexual assaults (p = .07), 1.6 times as many physical affronts including domestic violence (p = .01), almost four times as many incidences of self-inflicted harm (p = .002), and more than 20% more subsequent, significant lifetime traumas (p = .04) than… Expand
Sexual and physical revictimization among victims of severe childhood sexual abuse.
TLDR
Early childhood sexual abuse may provide information regarding the level of risk for recurrent sexual and physical victimization. Expand
Perpetration, Revictimization, and Self-Injury: Traumatic Reenactments of Child Sexual Abuse in a Nonclinical Sample of South African Adolescents
TLDR
Analysis restricted to respondents with a history of child sexual abuse indicated that negative abuse-related cognitions were the most consistent predictor of all forms of traumatic reenactment. Expand
The Role of Dissociation in Self-Injurious Behavior among Female Adolescents Who Were Sexually Abused
TLDR
Results indicated that childhood sexual abuse increases the risk for self-injurious behavior more than threefold and higher levels of persistent dissociation were found among girls who reported child sexual abuse compared to those who did not. Expand
Sexual Revictimization and Mental Health: A Comparison of Lesbians, Gay Men, and Heterosexual Women
TLDR
A study comparing adult lesbians, gay men, and heterosexual women on prevalence and mental health correlates of sexual revictimization indicated that CSA is associated with elevated rates of adult rape for all three groups, and revictIMization showed comparable associations with mental health variables for allThree groups. Expand
Child Sexual Abuse, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Substance Use: Predictors of Revictimization in Adult Sexual Assault Survivors
TLDR
Post-traumatic stress disorder numbing symptoms and problem drinking may be independent risk factors for sexual revictimization in adult sexual assault victims, particularly for women with a history of childhood sexual abuse. Expand
Post-Traumatic Growth, Dissociation, and Sexual Revictimization in Female Childhood Sexual Abuse Survivors
TLDR
Reports of PTG among some CSA survivors might mirror dissociative beliefs that increase their risk of revictimization, and the moderating role of dissociation within the associations between PTG and revictIMization is explored. Expand
Victimization, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptomatology, and Later Nonsuicidal Self-Harm in a Birth Cohort
This longitudinal population-based study examined pathways to nonsuicidal self-harm (NSSH) in relation to childhood sexual abuse (CSA), assault victimization in early adulthood, posttraumatic stressExpand
Victimization and Violence: An Exploration of the Relationship Between Child Sexual Abuse, Violence, and Delinquency
TLDR
Examination of self-report data at the age 18 interview from the Longitudinal Studies of Child Abuse and Neglect (LONGSCAN) indicated that, when controlling for gender and race, the odds of engagement in delinquent and violent behavior for those who have experienced CSA are 1.7 times higher than forThose who have not. Expand
Emotion dysregulation and risky sexual behavior in revictimization.
TLDR
It is confirmed that emotion dysregulation is a critical pathway to more proximal risk factors such as risky sexual behavior, and suggest that clinical interventions aimed at improving emotion Dysregulation may help reduce riskySexual behavior and risk for revictimization. Expand
Resiliency Factors in the Relation Between Childhood Sexual Abuse and Adulthood Sexual Assault in College-Age Women
TLDR
Results indicated that CSA alone was the strongest independent predictor of forced adult assault; however, LOC and positive coping were associated with resiliency to coercive sexual assault. Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 69 REFERENCES
Childhood sexual abuse as a precursor to depression and self-destructive behavior in adulthood
TLDR
Findings affirm previous findings of a relationshop between CSA and depression and self-destructiveness in adult females and extend them to males. Expand
Sexual Revictimization and PTSD: An Exploratory Study.
ABSTRACT A number of researchers have identified Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as a common short and long-term consequence of child sexual abuse. In examining adult survivors of child sexualExpand
Sexual abuse in childhood and deliberate self-harm.
TLDR
Sexual abuse in childhood is associated with later incidents of deliberate self-harm and may well be an etiologic factor in its development. Expand
Marriage, Child Abuse, and Sexual Revictimization
The purpose of this study was to identify childhood history and personality variables that may serve as vulnerability factors for sexual revictimization. Three hundred forty-one undergraduate femalesExpand
The relationship between characteristics of sexual abuse and dissociative experiences.
TLDR
Findings suggest that severely traumatized patients with a history of multiple sex abuse offenders are highly likely to use dissociative experiences as a primary psychological defense. Expand
Childhood sexual abuse and revictimization in adolescence.
TLDR
Both abused women and women uncertain about their victimization status were significantly more likely to report unwanted sexual contacts as adolescents than women who did not state abuse. Expand
Childhood origins of self-destructive behavior.
OBJECTIVE Clinical reports suggest that many adults who engage in self-destructive behavior have childhood histories of trauma and disrupted parental care. This study explored the relations betweenExpand
Child Sexual Abuse and Revictimization in the Form of Adult Sexual Abuse, Adult Physical Abuse, and Adult Psychological Maltreatment
Research has suggested that child sexual abuse (CSA) may place a woman at greater risk for further abuse in adulthood, a phenomenon called revictimization. Revictimization may occur in the form ofExpand
A Prospective Analysis Of The Relationships Among Sexual Assault Experiences: An Extension of Previous Findings
Research has indicated that sexual assault on college campuses is pervasive (Koss, Gidycz, & Wisniewski, 1987) and that a history of sexual victimization serves as a risk factor for futureExpand
Violent and Nonviolent Revictimization of Women Abused in Childhood
This study investigated the relationship between the severity of childhood trauma and proneness to victimization in adulthood in a sample of 155 Australian women. A tendency for both violent andExpand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...