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Acknowledgments Contributors Introduction Lynda S. Doll, Linda J. Koenig, and David W. Purcell PART I. Child Sexual Abuse and Sexual Risk in Adulthood 1. Child Sexual Abuse and Adult Sexual Relationships: Review and Perspective Julia R. Heiman and Amy Heard-Davison 2. Child Sexual Abuse and Adult Sexual Revictimization Cindy L. Rich, Amy M. Combs-Lane, Heidi S. Resnick, and Dean G. Kilpatrick 3. Sexual Abuse of Girls and HIV Infection Among Women: Are They Related? Linda J. Koenig and Hollie Clark 4. Sexual Abuse of Boys: Short- and Long-Term Associations and Implications for HIV Prevention David W. Purcell, Robert M. Malow, Curtis Dolezal, and Alex Carballo-Diéguez PART II. Theoretical Bases for Adult Risk and Revictimization: Cognitive, Social, and Behavioral Mediators 5. Cognitive and Attitudinal Paths From Childhood Trauma to Adult HIV Risk Kathryn Quina, Patricia J. Morokoff, Lisa L. Harlow, and Eileen L. Zurbriggen 6. The Link Between Child Sexual Abuse and Risky Sexual Behavior: The Role of Dissociative Tendencies, Information-Processing Effects, and Consensual Sex Decision Mechanisms Eileen L. Zurbriggen and Jennifer J. Freyd 7. Toward a Social-Narrative Model of Revictimization Steven Jay Lynn, Judith Pintar, Rachael Fite, Karen Ecklund, and Jane Stafford 8. Child Sexual Abuse and Alcohol Use Among Women: Setting the Stage for Risky Sexual Behavior Sharon C. Wilsnack, Richard W. Wilsnack, Arlinda F. Kristjanson, Nancy Vogeltanz-Holm, and T. Robert Harris 9. Translating Traumatic Experiences Into Language: Implications for Childhood Abuse and Long-Term Health James W. Pennebaker and Lori D. Stone Part III. Interventions to Promote Healthier Sexual Outcomes Among Child Sexual Abuse Survivors 10. Integrating HIV/AIDS Prevention Activities Into Psychotherapy for Sexual Abuse Survivors John Briere 11. Child Sexual Abuse and HIV: An Integrative Risk-Reduction Approach Dorothy Chin, Gail E. Wyatt, Jennifer Vargas Carmona, Tamra B. Loeb, and Hector Myers 12. Trauma-Focused Versus Present-Focused Models of Group Therapy for Women Sexually Abused in Childhood David Spiegel, Catherine Classen, Elisabeth Thurston, and Lisa Butler 13. Sexual Assault Revictimization: Toward Effective Risk-Reduction Programs Lisa Marmelstein Blackwell, Steven Jay Lynn, Holly Vanderhoff, and Christine Gidycz Conclusion: Child Sexual Abuse and Adult Sexual Risk: Where Do We Go From Here? Ann O'Leary, Linda J. Koenig, and Lynda S. Doll
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