The uproar over sexual abuse research and its findings

@article{Tavris2000TheUO,
  title={The uproar over sexual abuse research and its findings},
  author={C. Tavris},
  journal={Society},
  year={2000},
  volume={37},
  pages={15-17}
}
Experiences of late adolescent volunteers presenting a child sexual abuse prevention school programme
TLDR
The experiences of the research participants were found to be useful for providing contextual information about the developmental stage of emerging adulthood with regard to presenting a sensitive programme, indicating that a lack of support could result in psychological harm to the volunteers. Expand
Research Ethics: a Tool for Harassment in the Academic Workplace
When worlds collide. Social science, politics, and the Rind et al. (1998). Child sexual abuse meta-analysis.
A 1998 meta-analysis by B. Rind, P. Tromovitch, and R. Bauserman in Psychological Bulletin indicated that the relations between child sexual abuse and later psychopathology were weak in magnitude.Expand
When worlds collide. Social science, politics, and the Rind et al. (1998). Child sexual abuse meta-analysis.
TLDR
Questions are raised regarding authors' responsibilities concerning the reporting of politically controversial findings, academic and scientific freedom, the role of the APA in disabusing the public and media of logical errors and fallacies, and the substantial gap between popular and academic psychology and the responsibility of theAPA to narrow that gap. Expand