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In the study, Delay in disclosure of non-parental child sexual abuse in the context of emotional and physical maltreatment:  A pilot study, which of these was NOT a significant unique predictor of delays in CSA disclosure.

A. Abuse duration
B. Victims’ feeling complicit
C. victim–CSA perpetrator relationship

The answer is B.  Feelings of complicity was not a predictor of delay in disclosure. Read more about the findings. Enter the article title in the CALiO™Collections search box.

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