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Objectives:The research is designed in order to know how much Traumatic Symptom Checklist for Children(TSCC) is effective in the case of child abuses, especially in the estimation of the psychopathology of child sexual abuse. Methods:A sample includes a group of thirty children of 4th, 5th and 6th grade whose sexual abuse have confirmed and also a group of thirty four normal kids who have no abuse. Along with TSCC, Children’s Depression Inventory(CDI) and Revised Children’s Manifest Anxiety Scale(RCMAS) were used to children and child behavior checklist(K-CBCL), sexual behaviors(CSBI), and Kiddie-Schedule for Affective Disorder and Schizophrenia-Present and Lifetime version (K-SADS-PL) record sheets were used to kids’parents. Results:In case of the sexual abuse group, the most meaningful difference from the analyzed result is shown at sexual concerns scale which is one of the clinical scale in TSCC(p<.01). Also, the sexual abuse group has the meaningful higher score than the general group’s one in the stress scale after the other anxiety, depression, anger and dissociation (p<.01). Conclusion:The scale of TSCC has relatively shown the characteristic symptom and severity which were gained from the children who have experienced trauma, especially sexual abuse.