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NCJ Number: 237003 Find in a Library
Title: Factor Structure of the Dutch Version of the Childhood Trauma Questionnaire-SF among Female Sex Workers in the Netherlands
Journal: Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice  Volume:11  Issue:5  Dated:October-December 2011  Pages:432-442
Author(s): Stefan Bogaerts, Ph.D.; Annellies L. Daalder, M.Sc.; Marinus Spreen, Ph.D.; Leontien M. Van Der Knapp, Ph.D.; Jens Henrichs, Ph.D.
Date Published: November 2011
Page Count: 11
Document: PDF
Type: Report (Study/Research)
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This study examined the factor structure of the Childhoold Trauma Questionnaire short form (CTQ-SF).
Abstract: In this study, the factor structure of the Childhood Trauma Questionnaire short form (CTQ-SF) in a group of 123 female sex workers in the Netherlands was examined. Structural equation modeling was used to perform the confirmatory factor analysis. The fit between the five-factor model of Bernstein and Fink and the observed empirical model was good. The authors found a five-factor solution accounting for 66.65 percent of the variance. With the exception of one item (“I knew there was someone to take care of me and protect me”), factor analysis showed encouraging factor loadings. (Published Abstract)
Main Term(s): Female victims
Index Term(s): Adult survivors of child sexual abuse; Netherlands; Prostitution; Questionnaires
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