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Table 31Videotape intervention: Study characteristics

First Author et al., YearSample Description (Age Group)Study Design and DurationComparison GroupsBaseline NRisk of Bias
Jinich and Litrownik, 1999101Sexually abused children (ages 4–12) and their mothersRCT

22-minute videotape; 1 week follow-up to complete questionnaires
G1: VI
G2: CV
Mothers
G1: 32
G2: 32
Overall
N = 64
Children ages 8–12
G1: 15
G2: 15
Overall N=30
Medium

Abbreviations: CV=control videotape group, G=group, RCT=randomized clinical trial, VI=videotape intervention.

From: Results

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Fraser JG, Lloyd SW, Murphy RA, et al.

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