The value of self-reports in the study of voyeurism and exhibitionism

@article{Freund1988TheVO,
  title={The value of self-reports in the study of voyeurism and exhibitionism},
  author={Kurt Freund and Robin J. Watson and D Rienzo},
  journal={Annals of sex research},
  year={1988},
  volume={1},
  pages={243-262}
}
Self-reports about patterns of sexual behavior among voyeurs and exhibitionists were examined. Some of their reported experiences were compared with those of other sex offenders and community controls. Four hundred and thirty-seven patients, 92 university student controls and 35 controls with a lower educational level were examined. The self-reports of voyeurs were used to construct a scale for the assessment of voyeurism in co-operative individuals. The self-reports of exhibitionists provided… 

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