Child Molesters Who Abduct

@article{Prentky1991ChildMW,
  title={Child Molesters Who Abduct},
  author={Robert Alan Prentky and Raymond A Knight and Ann Wolbert Burgess and Robert K. Ressler and J L Campbell and Kenneth V. Lanning},
  journal={Violence and Victims},
  year={1991},
  volume={6},
  pages={213 - 224}
}
This study examined the differences between 97 abducting and 60 nonabducting child molesters on selected typological and antisocial/criminal variables. Although the results supported one a priori hypothesis, they disconfirmed two others and yielded an unpredicted but theoretically interesting abductor covariate. Our hypothesis that child abductors would more likely be classified as “low” in their contact with children (i.e., have little or no contact with children outside of their offenses… 

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