CREATING THE LIFETIME SEXUALITY SCALE (LSI): IMPLICATIONS FOR CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
Human sexuality is a lifelong, developmental process that is affected by both biological functioning and experiential inputs (Wurtele & Kenny, 2011). Research into sexuality typically begins with adolescents leaving gaps in our understanding of childhood sexuality and the experiences during that developmental stage that may be predictive of adult sexual interests and attitudes. The current study created an inventory that measures numerous childhood experiences: sexual, familial, and educational factors that may work together to explain the formation of human sexuality. The inventory assesses ...
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