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'''Physical abuse''' is abuse involving contact intended to cause [[pain]], [[injury]], or other physical [[suffering]] or [[harm]].
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'''Physical abuse''' is a form of [[antisocial behavior]] and is [[abuse]] involving contact intended to cause [[pain]], [[injury]], or other physical [[suffering]] or [[harm]].
   
 
Basic forms include:
 
Basic forms include:
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==See also==
 
==See also==
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*[[Abuse reporting]]
 
*[[Assault]]
 
*[[Assault]]
 
*[[Battered child syndrome]]
 
*[[Battered child syndrome]]
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*[[Battered females]]
 
*[[Battered woman defence|battered woman syndrome]]
 
*[[Battered woman defence|battered woman syndrome]]
 
*[[Bodily harm]]
 
*[[Bodily harm]]
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*[[Child abuse]]
 
*[[Childhood physical abuse]]
 
*[[Childhood physical abuse]]
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*[[Child neglect]]
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*[[Elder abuse]]
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*[[Family violence]]
 
*[[Humiliation]]
 
*[[Humiliation]]
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*[[Partner abuse]]
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*[[Patient abuse]]
 
*[[Torture]]
 
*[[Torture]]
*[[Negligence]]
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== External links ==
 
== External links ==
* [http://tortureprotest.org/atrocities/ag_slideshow A slideshow] about the abuse by United States soldiers at [[Abu Ghraib Prison]].
 
   
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Physical abuse is a form of antisocial behavior and is abuse involving contact intended to cause pain, injury, or other physical suffering or harm.

Basic forms include:


See alsoEdit


External links Edit

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