Recent Research

Babatsikos, G. (2010). Parents' knowledge, attitudes and practices about preventing child sexual abuse: A literature review. Child Abuse Review, 19(2), 107-129.

Barrett, B. (2009). The impact of childhood sexual abuse and other forms of childhood adversity on adulthood parenting. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 18(5), 489-512.

Barrett, B. (2010). Childhood sexual abuse and adulthood parenting: The mediating role of intimate partner violence. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 19(3), 323-346.

Bowman, K.G., Ryberg, J.W., & Becker, H. (2009). Examining the relationship between a childhood history of sexual abuse and later dissociation, breast-feeding practices, and parenting anxiety. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 24(8), 1404-1317.

Brand, S.R., Brennan, P.A., Newport, D.J., Smith, A.K., Weiss, T., & Stowe, Z.N. (2010). The impact of maternal childhood abuse on maternal and infant HPA axis function in the postpartum period. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 35(5), 686-693.

Cavanaugh, C.E., & Classen, C.C., (2009). Intergenerational pathways linking childhood sexual abuse to HIV risk among women. Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, 10(2), 151-169.
Comartin, E.B., Kernsmith, P.D., & Miles, B.W. (2010). Family experiences of young adult sex offender registration. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 19(2), 204.

Kwako, L.E., Noll, J.G., Putnam, F.W., & Trickett, P.K. (2010). Childhood sexual abuse and attachment: An intergenerational perspective. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 15(3), 407-422.

Martinez, C.D. (2010). The role of the mother-child relationship in child sexual abuse: Using an attachment framework to examine risk. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol 70(11-A), 4455. [Dissertation]

Marysko, M., Reck, C., Mattheis, V., Finke, P., & et al. (2010). History of childhood abuse is accompanied by increased dissociation in young mothers five months postnatally. Psychopathology, 43(2), 104-109.  

McAlpine, S.J., & Shanks, A. (2010). Self-concept and attributions about other women in women with a history of childhood sexual abuse. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 17(3), 196-210.

Mohler, E., Matheis, V., Poustka, L., Marysko, M., Finke, P., Kaufmann, C., Reck, C. Cierpka, M. & Resch, F. (2009). Mothers with a history of abuse tend to show more impulsiveness. Child Abuse & Neglect, 33(3), 123-126.

Narensky, C. (2009). The influence of recantation, witness demeanor, and expert testimony on child witness credibility in sexual abuse prosecutions. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering, 69(8-B), 5044. [Dissertation] 

Noll, J.G., Trickett, P.K., Harris, W.W., & Putnam, F.W. (2009). The cumulative burden borne by offspring whose mothers were sexually abused as children: The descriptive results from a multigenerational study. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 24(3), 424-449.

Powell, L., & Cheshire, A. (2010). A preliminary evaluation of a massage program for children who have been sexually abused and their mothers. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 19(2), 141-155. 

Reid, J., & Sullivan, C.J. (2009). A model of vulnerability for adult sexual victimization: The impact of attachment, child maltreatment, and scarred sexuality. Violence and Victims, 24(4), 485-501.
Reid-Cunningham, A.R. (2009). Parent-child relationship and mother's sexual assault history. Violence Against Women, 15(8), 920-932. 

Simkin, P. (2010). Review of survivor moms: Women's stories of birthing, mothering, and healing after sexual abuse. Birth: Issues in Perinatal Care, 37(1), 81-82.

Sneddon, H., Iwaniec, D., & Stewart, M.C. (2010). Prevalence of childhood abuse in mothers taking part in a study of parenting their own children. Child Abuse Review, 19(1), 39-55.

Staller, K.M. (2010). Shifting burdens and sharing responsibilities. In K.M. Staller & K.C. Faller (Eds.), Seeking justice in child sexual abuse (pp.35-68). New York: Columbia University Press.  

Wijkman, J., Bijleveld, C. & Hendriks, J. (2010). Women don't do such things! Characteristics of female sex offenders and offender types. Sexual Abuse: Journal of Research and Treatment, 22(2), 135-156.

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