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Extreme Abuse Surveys from the Child Abuse Wiki

Extreme Abuse Surveys from the Child Abuse Wiki

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The Extreme Abuse Surveys (EAS) was created to develop a qualitative and quantitative base of data regarding the accounts of survivors of extreme abuse. Four researchers from Germany and the United States, Carol Rutz, Thorsten Becker, Bettina Overcamp and Wanda Karriker worked together to develop three different surveys to develop this base of data.
The Extreme Abuse Surveys (EAS) was created to develop a qualitative and quantitative base of data regarding the accounts of survivors of extreme abuse. Four researchers from Germany and the United States, Carol Rutz, Thorsten Becker, Bettina Overcamp and Wanda Karriker worked together to develop three different surveys to develop this base of data.

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Extreme Abuse Surveys - From the Child Abuse Wikihttp://childabusewiki.org/index.php?title=Extreme_Abuse_Surveyscopied with permissionThe Extreme Abuse Surveys (EAS) was created to develop a qualitative andquantitative base of data regarding the accounts of survivors of extreme abuse[1]. Four researchers from Germany and the United States, Carol Rutz, ThorstenBecker, Bettina Overcamp and Wanda Karriker worked together to develop threedifferent surveys to develop this base of data[1].Contents* 1 The Trilogy* 2 Methodology* 3 Attacks* 4 Results* 5 Background* 6 References* 7 External links* 8 BibliographyThe TrilogyThe international online survey was divided into three parts. The Extreme AbuseSurvey for adult survivors (EAS), was conducted between January 1 and March 30,2007. The Professional-Extreme Abuse Survey (P-EAS) was conducted between April 1and June 30, 2007. This survey was for therapists, clergy, counselors and otherpersons that had worked professionally with at least one victim of extreme abuse.The Child-Extreme Abuse Survey (C-EAS) was conducted between July 8 and October 8,2007. This survey was for caregivers of child survivors of extreme abuse and mindcontrol.[1]MethodologyThe main objective of the surveys was gather preliminary data on the nature andextent of extreme abuse. The researchers decided that the most practical way togenerate a large number of responses was to announce and conduct an online survey.Survey questions were pretested, and all survey items were confirmed to have facevalidity. The target population of the study was defined as all survivors ofextreme abuse[2].AttacksOn January 2, 2007, the server that had the survey faced an intense amount of portscans at low and high ports and attempts to access non-existing server pages.These were carried out on a large scale. This used an enormous amount ofbandwidth. The attacks diminished and after three weeks almost ended. In earlyMarch 2007, there was an attack to hack into the server, but this failed. Severalattempts were also made to obtain the private data of some technicians andsurveyors. The EAS survey however was successfully completed on March 31, 2007.[2]ResultsFourteen hundred and seventy-one participants from more than thirty countriesanswered at least one question of the EAS. The survey was given in both German andEnglish. Sixty-four percent of 985 participants reported memories of incest and48% of 977 participants reported memories of extreme abuse before they sought
 
therapy. Sixty-nine percent of 257 respondents that reported secret mind controlexperiments on them when they were children also reported that they were abused ina cult.[2]Of 1007 participants in the EAS, 65% stated that they had been diagnosed withdissociative identity disorder. Higher percentages were found in the C-EAS and theP-EAS. High percentages of physical abuse, sexual abuse from multiple perpetratorsand child pornography were found in all three surveys. In the C-EAS, medicalevidence consistent with extreme abuse was found in 53% of 80 respondents,psychological symptoms consistent with extreme abuse were found in 91% of the 88respondents and the symptoms abated when the child was able to tell about theabuse in 78 respondents[1].BackgroundWanda Karriker is a retired psychologist in the United States. She was interviewedon Court TV as an expert in Extreme Abuse. She wrote about the after-effects ofextreme abuse in her novel “ Morning, Come Quickly.” Carol Rutz is a healedextreme abuse/mind control survivor in the United States. She wrote “A NationBetrayed: The Chilling True Story of Secret Cold War Experiments Performed on OurChildren and Other Innocent People (2001). Thorsten Becker is a social worker andfreelance supervisor in Germany. He served as a case consultant in severalsuspected cult-related cases in Europe. In 1994, he received the “German ChildProtection Award” for his team’s work with severely abused children.[1]References1. ^ a b c d e Becker, T; Karriker W; Overkamp B; Rutz, C (2008). “The extremeabuse surveys: Preliminary findings regarding dissociative identity disorder”,Forensic aspects of dissociative identity disorder. London: Karnac Books, 32-49.ISBN 1-855-75596-32. ^ a b c Rutz, C. Becker, T., Overkamp, B. & Karriker, W. (2008). ExploringCommonalities Reported by Adult Survivors of Extreme Abuse: Preliminary EmpiricalFindings. In Ritual Abuse in the Twenty-first Century: Psychological, Forensic,Social and Political Considerations, J.R. Noblitt & P. S. Perskin (Eds), pp. 31-84. Bandon, Oregon: Robert D. Reed Publishers.External links* Extreme Abuse Survey http://extreme-abuse-survey.net/* Karriker, Wanda (November, 2007). "Helpful healing methods: As rated byapproximately 900 respondents to the "International Survey for Adult Survivors ofExtreme Abuse (EAS)."http://www.endritualabuse.org/Karriker%20ISSTD%20Paper%20November%2012,%202007.pdf* MEDIA PACKET - Torture-based, Government-sponsored Mind ControlExperimentation on Childrenhttp://my.dmci.net/~casey/GovernmentSponsoredMindControlExperiments-MediaPacket.pdf* Extreme Abuse Survey Research http://ritualabuse.us/mindcontrol/eas-studies/* Preliminary data from the 2007 series of Extreme Abuse Surveys. Karriker, W.(2008, September). In Torture-based mind control: Empirical research, programmermethods, effects and treatment http://ritualabuse.us/mindcontrol/eas-studies/torture-based-mind-control-as-a-global-phenomenon/* Understanding ritual trauma: A comparison of findings from three onlinesurveys http://ritualabuse.us/mindcontrol/eas-studies/understanding-ritual-trauma-a-comparison-of-findings-from-three-online-surveys/Bibliography

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