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An investigation and comparison of the long-term psychological effects of childhood sexual abuse, adult sexual assault and re-victimisation in adult females

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O'Connor, Jennifer Mary (2007) An investigation and comparison of the long-term psychological effects of childhood sexual abuse, adult sexual assault and re-victimisation in adult females. PhD thesis, University of Tasmania.

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Item Type: Thesis (PhD)
Keywords: Child sexual abuse, Adult child abuse victims, Sexual abuse victims
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Available for library use only but NOT for copying until 4 July 2009. After that date, available for use in the Library and copying in accordance with the Copyright Act 1968, as amended. Thesis (PhD)--University of Tasmania, 2007. Includes bibliographical references. 1. Overview of the conceptual basis of the long-term effects of sex abuse -- 2. The long-term effects of childhood sexual abuse -- 3. The long-term effects of adult sexual assault -- 4. The long-term effects of re-victimisation -- 5. Overview of the long-term effects of the types of sex abuse and the aims of the study -- 6. Method -- 7. Demographic information: results and discussion -- 8. Self-description questionnaire: results and discussion -- 9. Coping orientation to problems experienced: results and discussion -- 10. Trauma symptom inventory: results and discussion -- 11. Clinical analysis questionnaire: results and discussion -- 12. The relationships between scales, the sex abuse characteristics and background characteristics -- 13. Summary, general discussion and conclusions

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