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Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment--Various Article of Interest
Visual reaction time and plethysmography as measures of sexual interest in child molesters, V10(2)81-96.
Visual plythysmograph stimuli involving children: Rethinking some quasi-logical issues, V8(4)267-272.
Psychometrics of the rape conformity assessment and other measures: Implications for rape prevention, V10(2)97-112.
Empathy, self esteem, and the adolescent sexual offender, V10(2)127-140.
Treatment may change risk prediction fo sexual offenders, V10(3), 175-182.
Plethysmographic assessment of incarcerated nonsexual offenders: A comparison with rapists, V10(3), 183-194.
Factors associated with denial in a sample of alleged adult sexual offenders, V10(3), 211-226.
Relationships between affective components and sexual behaviors in sexual aggressors, V8(4)279-290.
Mediating factors in the development of psychopathology in victims of childhood sexual abuse, V8(4)291-316.
Evaluating treatment efficacy with sexual offenders: The intensity of recidivism studies to treatment effect, V9(2)111-128.
How to know what works with sexual offenders, V9(2)129-146.
Relapse prevention: A critical analysis, V8(3)177-200.
Evaluating the contribution of relapse prevention theory to the treatment of sexual offenders, V8(3)201-208.
An Evaluation of the benefits of relapse prevention programs with sexual offenders, V8(3) 209-222.
Relapse prevention as a supervision strategy for sex offenders, V8(3)231-242.
Relapse prevention or harm reduction, V8(3)243-249.
Castration: A personal foul, V9(1)1-6.
Static and dynamic predictors of recidivism in sexual aggressors, V9(1)7-28.
Comparisons of daily stress, coping, problem behavior, and cognitive distortions in adolescent sexual offenders, V9(1)29-42.
Incacerated child molesters' perceptions of their intimate relationships, V9(1)57-74.
Proof positive: Pornography in a day-care center, V9(1)75-
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