Revictimization and self-harm in females who experienced childhood sexual abuse: results from a prospective study.

@article{Noll2003RevictimizationAS,
  title={Revictimization and self-harm in females who experienced childhood sexual abuse: results from a prospective study.},
  author={Jennie G. Noll and Lisa A Horowitz and George A. Bonanno and Penelope K. Trickett and Frank Putnam},
  journal={Journal of interpersonal violence},
  year={2003},
  volume={18 12},
  pages={1452-71}
}
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… CONTINUE READING