Testing an Etiological Model for Male Juvenile Sexual Offending Against Females

@article{Knight2004TestingAE,
  title={Testing an Etiological Model for Male Juvenile Sexual Offending Against Females},
  author={Raymond A. Knight and Judith Sims-Knight},
  journal={Journal of Child Sexual Abuse},
  year={2004},
  volume={13},
  pages={33 - 55}
}
SUMMARY Research on the origin of sexual aggression has identified several important contributing factors: (a) early abuse (physical and sexual), (b) personality/behavioral traits (callousness and unemotionality, antisocial behavior/impulsivity, and hypersexuality), and (c) attitudinal/cognitive variables (negative masculinity, hostility toward women, misogynistic fantasies). We developed and tested an etiological model of sexual coercion on adult samples of sexual offenders and community… Expand
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