The Touch Discrimination Component of Sexual Abuse Prevention Training Unanticipated Positive Consequences

@inproceedings{Blumberg1991TheTD,
  title={The Touch Discrimination Component of Sexual Abuse Prevention Training Unanticipated Positive Consequences},
  author={Elaine J. Blumberg and Michele W. Chadwick and Linda Fogarty and Timothy W. Speth and David Larkin Chadwick},
  year={1991}
}
The potential negative impact of sexual abuse prevention programs on children remains a central concern in the field of sexual abuse prevention. The purpose of this study was to examine the effectiveness of two prevention programs in improving children's abilities to discriminate between appropriate and inappropriate types of touching. Two hundred sixty-four kindergarten through third-grade children from three public schools in San Diego were randomly assigned by classroom to one of three… CONTINUE READING

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