Shame-proneness as a diathesis for dissociation in women with histories of childhood sexual abuse.

@article{Talbot2004ShamepronenessAA,
  title={Shame-proneness as a diathesis for dissociation in women with histories of childhood sexual abuse.},
  author={Jean A Talbot and Nancy L. Talbot and Xin Tu},
  journal={Journal of traumatic stress},
  year={2004},
  volume={17 5},
  pages={445-8}
}
This study examined whether shame-proneness is associated with dissociation among abused women. Participants were 99 hospitalized women with and without reported histories of childhood sexual abuse. Hypotheses were that childhood sexual abuse and shame-proneness would each be associated with dissociation, and that the relationship between sexual abuse and dissociation would be greater among women with higher shame-proneness. Multiple regression analysis indicated that shame-proneness was… CONTINUE READING

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