Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Introductory comments to the special issue: contemporary perspectives on sex offending, its assessment, and treatment
Woodhams, Jessica; Hatcher, Ruth
Does unrestricted sociosexual behaviour have a shared genetic basis with sexual coercion?
Westerlund, Minja; Santtila, Pekka; Johansson, Ada; Varjonen, Markus; Witting, Katarina; Jern, Patrick; Alanko, Katarina; Sandnabba, N. Kenneth
Characteristics of non-serial sexual homicide offenders: a review
Carter, Adam; Hollin, Clive
Sexually deviant juveniles: comparisons between the offender and offence characteristics of 'child abusers' and 'peer abusers'
Gunby, Clare; Woodhams, Jessica
Principles, virtues and care: ethical dilemmas in research with male sex offenders
Controversies in assessing risk and deviancy in sex offenders with intellectual disabilities
Cognitive distortions as social practices: an examination of cognitive distortions in sex offender treatment from a discursive psychology perspective
What's in a measure? A multi-method study of child sexual offenders' beliefs
Keown, Kirsten; Gannon, Theresa; Ward, Tony
Working with sex offenders: the impact on Australian treatment providers
Hatcher, Ruth; Noakes, Sarah