Section: 1: The Definitions and Effects of Sexual Abuse and Child Molestation

1.

Sexual abuse can occur without touching.

True

False

2.

Abuse and neglect may negatively affect a child’s emotional and social development.

True

False

3.

Exposing a child to pornographic material is not considered abuse.

True

False

4.

Not only forced activity, but persuasion can be considered abusive.

True

False

5.

Victims of child abuse often suffer from fear, guilt and anger.

True

False

6.

Child is defined as anyone, unmarried under the age of 16.

True

False

7.

Sexual abuse may negatively effect a child for their entire lives.

True

False

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