Hardcover(First Edition)

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ISBN-13: 9780898621204
Publisher: Guilford Publications, Inc.
Publication date: 01/28/1993
Edition description: First Edition
Pages: 329
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Howard Barbaree, PhD, is currently Head of Impulse Control Disorders Programme at the Clark Institute of Psychiatry in Toronto, Canada. For the past 13 years, he has been a Professor in Psychology at Queen's University, during which time he has devoted most of his professional work to research, teaching, and clinical practice related to sexual aggression and sexual deviance. Dr. Barbaree has published numerous journal articals and book chapters on the topic, and he is co-editor of the Handbook of Sexual Assault: Issues, Theories, and Treatment of the Offender (Plenum Publishing Corp.). He is the founding director of the Warkworth Sexual Behavior Clinic, a Canadian Federal Penitentiary treatment program for sexual offenders. Dr. Barbaree was born and educated in British Columbia, Canada, and received his PhD in Psychology from Queen's University in 1974.

William Marshall, PhD, is a Professor of Psychology at Queen's University, Kingston, Canada. He has devoted the past 23 years to research and clinical aspects of the assessment and treatment of the sex offender. He has published extensively, with over 100 journal articles and book chapters to his credit. He is a co-editor of the Handbook of Sexual Assault: Issues, Theories, and Treatment of the Offender (Plenum Publishing Corp.)., and co-author of Criminal Neglect: Why Sex Offenders Go Free (Doubleday). Dr. Marshall is the founding Director of the Kingstom Sexual Behavior Clinic, a community-based assessment and treatment program for adult and adolescent sex offenders. In addition, he has assisted in the establishment of sex offender treatment programs in six different countires throughout the world. Dr. Marshall was born in Australis, educated in England, and received his PhD from Queen's University in 1971.

Table of Contents


An Introduction to the Juvenile Sex Offender: Terms, Concepts, and Definitions   Howard E. Barbaree   William L. Marshall     1
Normal Sexual Development   John Bancroft     19
The Effects of Child Sexual Abuse and Family Environment   Howard E. Barbaree   Calvin M. Langton     58
Biological Factors in the Development of Sexual Deviance and Aggression in Males   Ray Blanchard   James M. Cantor   Lori K. Robichaud     77
Social and Psychological Factors in the Development of Delinquency and Sexual Deviance   Stephen W. Smallbone     105
Adolescent Sexual Aggression within Heterosexual Relationships   Jacquelyn W. White   Kelly M. Kadlec   Stacy Sechrist     128
The Female Juvenile Sex Offender   John A. Hunter   Judith V. Becker   Lenard J. Lexier     148
Conduct Problems and Juvenile Sexual Offending   Michael C. Seto   Martin L. Lalumiere     166
Assessment and Treatment of Criminogenic Needs   Gary O'Reilly   Alan Carr     189
Risk of Sexual Recidivism in Adolescents Who Offend Sexually: Correlates and Assessment   James R. Worling   Niklas Langstrom     219
Conceptual Issues in Treatment EvaluationResearch with Juvenile Sexual Offenders   Calvin M. Langton   Howard E. Barbaree     248
Legal Consequences of Juvenile Sex Offending in the United States   Elizabeth J. Letourneau     275
Research on Adolescent Sexual Abuser Treatment Programs   David L. Burton   Joanne Smith-Darden   Sarah Jane Frankel     291
A Reevaluation of Relapse Prevention with Adolescents Who Sexually Offend: A Good-Lives Model   Jo Thakker   Tony Ward   Patrick Tidmarsh     313
Disposition and Treatment of Juvenile Sex Offenders from the Perspective of Restorative Justice   Mary P. Koss   Karen Bachar   C. Quince Hopkins     336
Pharmacological Treatment of the Juvenile Sex Offender   John M. W. Bradford   Paul Fedoroff     358
Index     383

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Professionals in forensic, developmental or child and family studies will also find it of particular interest. It also serves as an ideal text for advanced courses on juvenile sexual offenders, or as supplementary reading for students of forensic psychology or psychiatry.

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