Psychiatric and legal features of 113 men convicted of sexual offenses.

@article{Dunsieth2004PsychiatricAL,
  title={Psychiatric and legal features of 113 men convicted of sexual offenses.},
  author={Neal W Dunsieth and Erik B Nelson and Lori A Brusman-Lovins and Jeff L Holcomb and DeAnna Beckman and Jeffrey A. Welge and David Roby and Purcell Taylor and C{\'e}sar A. Soutullo and Susan L McElroy},
  journal={The Journal of clinical psychiatry},
  year={2004},
  volume={65 3},
  pages={293-300}
}
BACKGROUND To increase understanding of the relationships among sexual violence, paraphilias, and mental illness, the authors assessed the legal and psychiatric features of 113 men convicted of sexual offenses. METHOD 113 consecutive male sex offenders referred from prison, jail, or probation to a residential treatment facility received structured clinical interviews for DSM-IV Axis I and II disorders, including sexual disorders. Participants' legal, sexual and physical abuse, and family… CONTINUE READING

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