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Treating the Sexual Offender
Introduction The Development of Behavioral Techniques for the Sexual Offender The Initial Assessment of the Sexual Offender - Kevin B McGovern The Aversive Respondent Conditioning Techniques TheExpand
The biological treatment of dangerous sexual offenders: A review and preliminary report of the Oregon pilot depo-Provera program
Despite advances in the cognitive and behavioral treatment of sexual offenders made over the past 10 years, a number of such individuals released from custody and on parole in their communitiesExpand
Seizure duration and clinical effect in electroconvulsive therapy.
  • B. Maletzky
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Comprehensive psychiatry
  • 1 November 1978
Number of seizures, number of sessions, and seizure durations produced during ECT to determine whether such parameters are of importance in assessing clinical effects and whether there is an optimum seizure length to produce beneficial effect. Expand
A 25-Year Follow-Up of Cognitive/Behavioral Therapy with 7,275 Sexual Offenders
Outcome data are presented, grouped into 5-year cohorts, for 7,275 sexual offenders entering a cognitive/behavioral treatment program, with child molesters and exhibitionists achieving better overall success than pedophiles or rapists. Expand
Refractory obsessive compulsive disorder and ECT.
Following ECT, most subjects showed considerable improvement in obsessive compulsive symptoms and remained improved up to 1 year after therapy, although some patients also showed short-term improvements on several measures of depression. Expand
The Oregon depo-Provera Program: A Five-Year Follow-Up
Credence is lent to the belief that, in selected offenders, anti-androgenic medication can be a valuable, if time-limited, addition to a cognitive and behavioral treatment program. Expand
The use of Medroxyprogesterone Acetate to assist in the treatment of sexual offenders
MPA appeared to be a safe and effective short-term supplement to an ongoing treatment program emphasizing behavioral, cognitive, group, and family therapy approaches and no irreversible side-effects, although caution is advised regarding prolonged use of this medicine. Expand
The use of lithium in psychiatry.
Behavior recording as treatment: A brief note
A wrist counter was used to count unwanted responses in five cases ofmaladaptive behavior. Each patient totalled his own responses and charted the total on graph paper daily. This simple technique ofExpand
The treatment of homosexuality by 'assisted' covert sensitization.
The development of a bolstered from of covert sensitization is described, its application to the treatment of homosexuals is demonstrated, and follow-up data is provided to evaluate the adequacy of such treatment. Expand