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In the study,  Stages of Sexual Grooming: Recognizing Potentially Predatory Behaviors of Child Molesters, participants were unable to recognize:

A. Overt grooming behaviors (e.g., hugging a child, working or volunteering with children)

B. More covert grooming behaviors (e.g., selecting a vulnerable victim and trust develop- ment

C. Both overt and covert grooming behaviors

The answer is C. Read more.  Enter the article title in the CALiO™ Collections search box.

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