Counterphobic Behavior in Multiply Molested Children

De Young, Mary
July 1984
Child Welfare;Jul/Aug84, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p333
Academic Journal
That multiply molested children are somehow responsible for their victimization is a conclusion unacceptable to the author, who examines one possible cause for the paradoxical behavior of these children.


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