Epidemiología del Abuso Sexual Infantil

Losada, Analia Verónica
June 2012
Revista de Psicologia GEPU;jun2012, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p201
Academic Journal
The sexual infantile abuse is a documented experience, in almost all the companies and cultures. His effects, negatives, affect not only in the quality of life, of the person victim, but, they reverberate, in the whole context familiar partner and in the public health. The hurt psychosocial is serious, for what professionals need with a major knowledge of the topic; know-how that carries, indisputably, an exhaustive analysis of his incident and of his prevalence. In this review, there is done a compilation of studies, relating to the topic, in different latitudes and specially, in the Republic of Argentina.


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