Sexual abuse prevention programs for preschool children: What do parents prefer?

Wilson, Christine G.; Golub, Sharon
December 1993
Psychological Reports;Dec93, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p812
Academic Journal
Reports on the study that establishes the type of sexual abuse prevention program for preschool children their parents perceive as most acceptable. Explicit videotaped role-play program in school; Bibliocounseling program; Parent-child discussion at home; Differences in three programs using friedman two-way analysis of variance; Support of proposed school prevention programs.


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