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Validation of a Typology for Rapists
The purpose of this article is to describe briefly the current status of a taxonomic program that was developed for studying rapists. An overview of the research strategies is provided, as well as a
Classifying Sexual Offenders
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The identification, organization, and integration of elements that share common characteristics has been shown to be an essential component of perception and cognition.
Recidivism Rates Among Child Molesters and Rapists: A Methodological Analysis
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The data indicate that both rapists and child molesters remain at risk to reoffend long after their discharge, and there was a marked underestimation of recidivism when calculating a simple proportion consisting of those who were known to have reoffended during the follow-up period.
The Developmental Antecedents of Sexual Coercion against Women: Testing Alternative Hypotheses with Structural Equation Modeling
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Results indicate the superiority of the three‐path model and suggest that it constitutes a solid, empirically disconfirmable heuristic for the etiology of sexual coercion against women.
A descriptive study of rapists and child molesters: Developmental, clinical, and criminal characteristics
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Descriptive statistics were collected on a group of 184 men determined to be sexually dangerous and incarcerated in a correctional/mental health facility designed for the treatment of sexual offenders to assess the prevalence of various characteristics among the entire sample.
Identifying critical dimensions for discriminating among rapists.
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The purpose of this article is to survey both the offender and nonoffender sexual aggression research for evidence about which dimensions should be included in multivariate models that attempt to discriminate rapists from nonrapists, to identify subgroups among rapists, or to enhance the efficiency of dispositional decisions about these offenders.
An Assessment of Long-Term Risk of Recidivism By Adult Sex Offenders: One Size Doesn’t fIt All
Numerous instruments are available to clinicians for evaluating sex offenders’ reoffense risk. Although they have demonstrated effectiveness in predicting recidivism significantly better than
Sexual Coercion in Men and Women: Similar Behaviors, Different Predictors
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The present study examined the extent to which four variables found in models of male sexual coercion predicted self-reported use of sexual coercion in a sample of college men and women: prior sexual abuse, sexual dominance, sociosexuality, and sexual compulsivity.
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