Sexual Violence in History: A Bibliography

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First published: May 1, 2023 Last updated: May 1, 2023


Authors: Vionna M.W. Tsang, Eva Verlinden, Esther M. van Duin, Jos W.R. Twisk, Sonja N. Brilleslijper-Kater, Maj R. Gigengack, Arnoud P. Verhoeff, Ramón J.L. Lindauer

Title: The Amsterdam Sexual Abuse Case

Subtitle: What Scars did it Leave? Long-Term Course of Psychological Problems for Children Who have been Sexually Abused at a Very Young Age, and their Parents

Journal: Child Psychiatry & Human Development

Volume: 52


Year: October 2021 (Accepted: September 15, 2020, Published online: October 3, 2020)

Pages: 891902

pISSN: 0009-398X Find a Library: WorldCat | eISSN: 1573-3327 Find a Library: WorldCat

Language: English

Keywords: Modern History: 21st Century | European History: Dutch History | Cases: Real Incidents / Amsterdam Sex Crimes Case; Types: Child Sexual Abuse; Victims: Indirect Victim Groups / Parents; Victims: Mental Consequences / Worrisome Sexual Behavior


Link: SpringerLink (Free Access)


Sonja N. Brilleslijper-Kater: ResearchGate

Ramón J.L. Lindauer: ResearchGate

Vionna M.W. Tsang: ORCID, ResearchGate

Jos W.R. Twisk: ResearchGate

Arnoud P. Verhoeff: ResearchGate

Eva Verlinden: ResearchGate

Abstract: »Longitudinal research of CSA in infancy and early childhood is scarce. The current study examined the long-term course of psychological outcomes (PTSD, dissociation and internalizing and externalizing behavioral problems) in children who were sexually abused in the early childhood. Additionally, we looked into the outcomes for their parents by assessing PTSD symptoms and negative emotional reactions towards the sexual abuse of their child. We examined the outcomes for five consecutive years in a sample of children (n?=?45) who were sexually abused at a very young age (03) and their parents (n?=?42), included in the Amsterdam Sexual Abuse Case-study. We found that outcomes following CSA in early childhood go beyond PTSD symptoms and can manifest in atypical symptoms such as behavioral problems. Parents experienced persistent PTSD in the years following CSA disclosure. CSA in very young children warrants long-term monitoring, as negative outcomes still present 8 years later.« (Source: Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma)

  Abstract (p. 891)
    Introduction (p. 891)
  Methods (p. 892)
    Participants (p. 892)
    Procedure (p. 893)
    Measures (p. 893)
    Psychological Support (p. 894)
    Ethical Considerations (p. 895)
    Data Analysis (p. 895)
  Results (p. 895)
    Descriptive Statistics (p. 895)
    Longitudinal Analyses: The Development Over Time for Children (p. 897)
    Longitudinal Analyses: The Development Over Time for Parents (p. 898)
  Discussion (p. 898)
  Summary (p. 900)
  Compliance with Ethical Standards (p. 901)
    Conflicts of Interest (p. 901)
    Ethics Approval (p. 901)
  References (p. 901)

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