这是合理的期望心理健康问题在性侵犯受害者;对象关系和人际关系的研究表明,认知发展的障碍似乎是严重的性虐待有关儿童和青少年,尤其是如果它是更长的时间和更频繁的发生(Kernhof Kaufhold &戈登,2008)。高斯,2008年,斯皮策,Barnow Harlad,Freyberger和主观能动性发现被性虐待的可能性高出九倍躯体化患者(人经历身体的疼痛没有物理原因)相对于重度抑郁症患者。这使我们怀疑可能被性虐待,将更有可能开发一个躯体疾病。
大量的数据显示童年创伤与躯体化(van der Kolk et al .,1996;弗et al .,2006)。在那些有躯体化支持,医学无法解释的症状,被发现在创伤主题比non-traumatized科目(Escobar、Canino Rubio-Stipec &布拉沃,1992)。最近有人建议,情绪冲动和不安全的依恋,它可以来自童年虐待,可能在因果链函数从童年创伤到成年(高斯,斯皮策,Barnow Freyberger &主观能动性,2008)。不必要的性接触的速度表示为男性比例:1:2.4的女性(巴格利et al .,1994)。这个连接突显出发现女性曾经遭受过性虐待经历困难解释人际因素使这些女性容易关系冲突和重复受害(主导,2000)。
It is reasonable to expect mental health problems in sexually abused victims; object relations and interpersonal studies show that a disturbance of cognitive development appears to be related to severe sexual abuse in childhood and adolescents, especially if it is of longer duration and more frequently occurring (Kernhof, Kaufhold & Gordon, 2008). In 2008, Spitzer, Barnow, Gau, Harlad, Freyberger and Grabe found that the odds of having been sexually abused were nine times higher in Somatization patients (someone who experiences physical pain without a physical cause) relative to patients with major depressive disorder. This leads us to suspect that possibly those who have been sexually abused, will be more likely to develop a somatoform disorder.
Tremendous amounts of data show an association between childhood trauma and Somatization (van der Kolk et al., 1996; Foa et al., 2006). In those with more Somatization endorsed, medically unexplained symptoms, were found in traumatized subjects than non-traumatized subjects (Escobar, Canino, Rubio-Stipec & Bravo, 1992). Recently it has been suggested that emotional arousal and insecure attachment, which can arise from childhood maltreatment, may function in the causal chain from childhood trauma to adulthood (Spitzer, Barnow, Gau, Freyberger & Grabe, 2008). The rate of unwanted sexual contacts indicates a ratio for males: females of 1 : 2.4 (Bagley et al., 1994). This connection underlines the finding that women who have been sexually abused experience difficulties interpreting interpersonal cues which make these women susceptible to relationships with conflict and repeated victimization (DiLillo, 2000).