Differentiating hypererotic states in the evaluation of sexual abuse
When young children behave in a sexual manner, they may be suspected of having been sexually abused. However, this behavior may or may not indicate sexual abuse. Case studies suggest that nonsexually abused children can manifest an increase in erotic behavior on the basis of unusually intense but no...
|Published in:||Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Vol. 30, No. 5 (1991), p. 791-5|
|Item Description:||Date Completed 19.12.1991|
Date Revised 25.04.2018
Citation Status MEDLINE
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