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Interviewing Children about Sexual Abuse 

Interviewing Children about Sexual Abuse
Interviewing Children about Sexual Abuse

Karen J. Saywitz

and Joyce S. Dorado

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date: 11 April 2021

Chapter 88 provides guidelines on interviewing children about sexual abuse, including considerations for effective interviewing (the reliability and suggestibility of children's reports, indicators of true and false allegations, interview objectives, and the role of the interviewer), interview structure and process, adaptations for the child's stage of development, and key steps for questioning children.

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