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From the Literature: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Sex Offender Treatment; Predictors of Program Success; Pro-social Bystander Behavior; Utilization of Social Media to Protest Sexual Violence  


Author:  Stacy Calhoun.


Source: Volume 21, Number 05, August/September 2020 , pp.69-72(4)




Sex Offender Law Report

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Abstract: 

Our regular survey of the research literature summarizes and reviews “A Systematic Review of the Effectiveness of Psychological Approaches in the Treatment of Sex Offenders With Intellectual Disabilities” by Emma Jones and Eddie Chaplin, published in 33(1) J. Applied Res. in Intellectual Disabilities; “Working Alliance and Psychopathy: Linkages to Treatment Outcome in a Sample of Treated Sexual Offenders” by Danielle DeSorcy, Mark Olver, and J. Stephen Wormith, published in 35(7-8) J. Interpersonal Violence; “Intervene: Modeling Pro-social Bystander Behavior in College Students Through Online Video” by Laura Santacrose, Anne Laurita, and Timothy Marchell, published in 35(4) Health Communication; “Veterans in Prison for Sexual Offenses: Characteristics and Re-entry Service Needs” by Andrea Finlay, Jim McGuire, Jennifer Bronson, and Shoba Sreenivasan, published in 31(5) Sexual Abuse 560-79; “Examining Gender-Specific and Gender-Neutral Risk Factors in Women Who Sexually Offend” by Ethan A. Marshall and Holly A. Miller, published in 46(4) Criminal Justice & Behavior; and an in-depth review of “The Utilization of Social Media to Protest Sexual Violence” by by Katherine W. Bogen Lindsay M. Orchowski, Ph.D., published in 23(1) Sexual Assault Report.

Keywords: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Sex Offender Treatment; Predictors of Program Success, Attrition and Recidivism; Pro-social Bystander Behavior; Utilization of Social Media to Protest Sexual Violence

Affiliations:  1: UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs.

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