Thirty-Year Study Links Neuroscience, Specific Trauma, PTSD

Main Question

Does a relationship exist between the occurrence of sexual abuse-assault, the resultant posttraumatic stress, and artistic language that appears in drawings of the incident- specific population?

Subsidiary Questions

  1. Do women who experience sexual abuse-assault use a particular artistic language to reflect the category of experience?
  2. What is common to drawings produced by women known to have experienced sexual abuse-assault that is not common to drawings produced by women who did not experience sexual abuse-assault, other abuse, a psychiatric disorder, or a life-threatening accident or illness?
  3. Is there a difference in frequency of occurrence of graphic forms (wedges and disembodied eyes) in drawings of sexually abused women and women not sexually abused?

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