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Trauma History and Juvenile Sexual Offending

Current study examined the contributions of demographic characteristics, mental health problems and interpersonal trauma history to juvenile sexual offending, and the degree to which juvenile sexual offenders differ from nonsexual interpersonal offenders. Results are based on secondary analysis of a large dataset (n= 2920) of psychiatric assessments of juveniles (USA).

 

Citation: Leenarts LEW, Mc Reynolds LS, Vermeiren RRJM, Doreleijers TAH, Wasserman GA (2013) Associations Between Trauma History and Juvenile Sexual Offending. J Trauma Treat S4:002.

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