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A Review of Child Sexual Abuse: Impact, Risk, and Resilience in the Context of Culture.
Sanjeevi J, et al. J Child Sex Abus 2018 - Review. PMID 30064308
Child sexual abuse is a problem with both a national and worldwide prevalence. In this review, the authors note that while empirical research has clearly shown the negative impact of child sexual abuse on social, psychological, and sexual functioning later in life, it has also been reported that some individuals remain asymptomatic despite a history of experiencing child sexual abuse. ...The impact of child sexual abuse on mental health, sexual health, and social functioning is also discussed....
Child sexual abuse is a problem with both a national and worldwide prevalence. In this review, the authors note that while emp
Child Sexual Abuse Attributions Among Undergraduate Psychology Students in Singapore.
Hawkins R and Teng Sze Wei S. J Child Sex Abus 2017. PMID 28857690
Experimental vignettes were used to investigate attributions relating to child sexual abuse with a focus on the degree of blame allocated to the family and to society, factors thought to be particularly relevant in a collectivist society. ...The demonstration of the present attributions of blame to family and to society is a timely finding given recent recommendations to broaden approaches to child abuse prevention by moving away from a reliance on school based child protection programs, which leave the onus on the child to prevent and report abuse, toward a public health approach, which is particularly inclusive of parent and community education approaches . ...
Experimental vignettes were used to investigate attributions relating to child sexual abuse with a focus on the degree of blam …
Child sexual abuse and adult religious life: challenges of theory and method.
Tailor K, et al. J Child Sex Abus 2014 - Review. PMID 25255927
The religious consequences of child sexual abuse in adulthood remain relatively unexamined in the research literature, especially where abusers are not clergy. Some studies suggest child sexual abuse survivors may rely on religion as a source of support, though the majority document a decrease in religiosity. ...
The religious consequences of child sexual abuse in adulthood remain relatively unexamined in the research literature, especia …
"She Got Spoilt": Perceptions of Victims of Child Sexual Abuse in Ghana.
Böhm B. J Child Sex Abus 2017. PMID 28857722
The present study deals with perceptions of consequences of child sexual abuse among professionals and laypeople in Ghana (N = 44), employing a bystander perspective. ...These perceived consequences of child sexual abuse hold implications for what surviving child sexual abuse means on a social level. ...
The present study deals with perceptions of consequences of child sexual abuse among professionals and laypeople in Ghana (N = …
Child sexual abuse in the etiology of anxiety disorders: a systematic review of reviews.
Maniglio R. Trauma Violence Abuse 2013 - Review. PMID 23262751
There is evidence that child sexual abuse is a significant, although general and nonspecific, risk factor for anxiety disorders, especially posttraumatic stress disorder, regardless of gender of the victim and severity of abuse. Additional biological or psychosocial risk factors (such as alterations in brain structure or function, information processing biases, parental anxiety disorders, family dysfunction, and other forms of child abuse) may interact with child sexual abuse or act independently to cause anxiety disorders in victims in abuse survivors. ...
There is evidence that child sexual abuse is a significant, although general and nonspecific, risk factor for anxiety disorder …
The puzzle of intrafamilial child sexual abuse: a meta-analysis comparing intrafamilial and extrafamilial offenders with child victims.
Seto MC, et al. Clin Psychol Rev 2015 - Review. PMID 25935749
Intrafamilial child sexual abuse is a serious social and health problem, yet explanations of sexual offending against children that emphasize antisocial tendencies and atypical sexual interests do not adequately explain intrafamilial offending. ...Intrafamilial offenders were, however, more likely to have experienced sexual abuse, family abuse or neglect, and poor parent-child attachments. ...
Intrafamilial child sexual abuse is a serious social and health problem, yet explanations of sexual offending against children …
Child sexual abuse, attachment style, and depression: the role of the characteristics of abuse.
Cantón-Cortés D, et al. J Interpers Violence 2015. PMID 24958133
The aim of the current study was to examine the effects of secure, avoidant, and anxious attachment styles on depressive symptomatology in child sexual abuse (CSA) among young female adult victims. The role of attachment style was studied by considering possible interactive effects with the type of abuse, the relationship with the perpetrator, and the continuity of abuse. ...
The aim of the current study was to examine the effects of secure, avoidant, and anxious attachment styles on depressive symptomatology in …
Dissociation mediates the relationship between sexual abuse and child psychological difficulties.
Ensink K, et al. Child Abuse Negl 2017. PMID 28456066
A total of 290 children aged 2-12 participated in this study in Québec, Canada from 1998 to 2004, including 138 children with histories of CSA and 152 non-abused children. To assess child dissociative symptoms, internalizing and externalizing difficulties, as well as sexualized behaviour difficulties, the Child Dissociative Checklist, the Child Behaviour Checklist and the Child Sexualized Behaviour Inventory were completed by parents. ...
A total of 290 children aged 2-12 participated in this study in Québec, Canada from 1998 to 2004, including 138 children with histories of C …
Resilience in Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse: A Systematic Review of the Literature.
Domhardt M, et al. Trauma Violence Abuse 2015 - Review. PMID 25389279
OBJECTIVE: This review article summarizes empirical research on resilience in survivors of child sexual abuse (CSA) and discusses protective factors that are associated with adaptive functioning in spite of sexual victimization. ...RESULTS: In the studies included in this review, the percentage of CSA survivors who were found to have a normal level of functioning despite a history of sexual abuse ranged from 10% to 53%. ...
OBJECTIVE: This review article summarizes empirical research on resilience in survivors of child sexual abuse (CSA) and discus …
Long-term outcomes of childhood sexual abuse: an umbrella review.
Hailes HP, et al. Lancet Psychiatry 2019. PMID 31519507 Free PMC article.
Whether services should prioritise interventions that mitigate developing certain psychiatric disorders following childhood abuse requires further review. Higher-quality meta-analyses for specific outcomes and more empirical studies on the developmental pathways from childhood sexual abuse to later outcomes are necessary. ...
Whether services should prioritise interventions that mitigate developing certain psychiatric disorders following childhood abuse req …
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