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Citation

Ullman SE. Am. Psychol. 2007; 62(4): 329-330.

Affiliation

Criminal Justice Department, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, US. seullman@uic.edu.

Copyright

(Copyright © 2007, American Psychological Association)

DOI

10.1037/0003-066X.62.4.329

PMID

17516788

Abstract

Comments on the article by K. Becker-Blease and J. Freyd, which presented a timely, persuasive, and well-documented argument to psychologists about why it is important to consider asking about a history of abuse and/or trauma in research studies. As a social psychologist studying victims' disclosures of sexual assault, social reactions received from others following disclosure, and the effects of these reactions on victims, S. E. Ullman expands on just a few of the 10 concerns discussed in their article regarding risks associated with trauma and abuse disclosure that may help researchers decide about whether to ask such questions.



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