Youth in Substitute Care Presenting with Sexual Behavior Problems

@inproceedings{Zaddach2010YouthIS,
  title={Youth in Substitute Care Presenting with Sexual Behavior Problems},
  author={Christopher Zaddach},
  year={2010}
}
The purpose of the current study is to investigate the traumatic history of youths in the foster care system presenting with sexual behavior problems. Moreover, co-occurring trauma symptoms will be investigated as possibly contributing to the severity of sexual behavior problems in this population. The present study has four primary goals: (1) This study will focus on identifying traumatic experiences that are associated with sexual behavior problems in children and adolescents in the child… Expand
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