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Good, M.I. (1992). Witnessing Pornography and the Reconstruction of Suspected Child Sexual Molestation. Bul. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 48:630-633.

(1992). Bulletin of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 48:630-633

Witnessing Pornography and the Reconstruction of Suspected Child Sexual Molestation

Michael I. Good, M.D.

August 10, 1990

In a recent article, Sherkow (1990) endeavors to apply psychoanalytically informed assessment methods in sessions with young children (including a two-and-three-quarters-year-old girl named Tina) to the medicolegal question of whether sexual abuse has taken place. According to the author, the early evolution of the child's material in the playroom can be used to make the "diagnosis of sexual abuse."

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