Recall of Childhood Trauma: A Prospective Study of Women's Memories of Child Sexual AbuseOne hundred twenty-nine women with previously documented histories of sexual victimization in childhood were interviewed and asked detailed questions about their abuse histories to answer the question: do people actually forget traumatic events such as child sexual abuse? and, if so, how common is such forgetting?
Linda Meyer Williams
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
|Date Added||April 27, 2017|
|Date Modifed||April 27, 2017|
|Collection||Women's Center archive, University of Virginia|
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