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Zeynep Burcu Akbaba: Coercive Chemical Castration: Deprivation of Sexual Liberty As A New Understanding of Punishment (University of Leicester, United Kingdom)

Geraldine Akerman et al.: Devising and Validating a Psychometric Measure of Current Sexual Interest (HMP Grendon and the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)

Till Amelung et al.: Ward and Siegert’s Pathway-Model for Self-identifying Help-seeking Pedophiles in the Dunkelfeld (Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine, Charité, Germany)

Smiljka Barancek et al.: Psychopathy and Anger Expression in Sex Offenders (Ministry of Justice, Prison System Directorate, Croatia)

Emily Baron & Rajan Darjee: Pharmacological Treatment of Sex Offenders in Scotland (University of Edinburgh & Orchard Clinic, Royal Edinburgh Hospital, United Kingdom)

Ricardo Barroso et al.:
Conduct Problems, Antisocial Tendencies and Sexual Behaviors: a Comparative Study with Sexual and Non-Sexual Juvenile Offenders (University of Tras-os-Montes and Alto Douro, Portugal)

Raphaela Basdekis-Jozsa et al.:
RNR-Principles for Treatment of High Risk Offenders in Preventive Detention (Institute for Sex Research and Forensic Psychiatry, Germany)

Susanne Bengtson:
From Risk Assessment to Risk Management: New Challenges (Department of Forensic Psychiatry, Aarhus University Hospital, Risskov, Denmark)

Jürgen Biedermann et al.:
“The whole is greater than the sum of its parts” – A Crime Scene Behavior Typology (Charité Berlin, Germany)

Emily Blake:
The Usefulness and Ethical Implications of Community Samples in Sex Offender Research (University of Kent, United Kingdom)

Cyril Boonmann: Juvenile Sex Offenders and Psychiatric Disorders (VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Nicoletta Castellino et al.:
Disrupted Attachment Histories and Abnormal Reflective Functioning as Risk Factors for Sexual Offending Behaviors. Implications for Treatment (University of Turin, Italy)

Marie Chollier et al.:
Impulsiveness and Sex Offending: An Integrative Approach Based on Retrospective and Transversal Studies. (University Hospital of Marseille, France)

Hans Colstrup et al.:
Pharmacotherapy of Sexual Offenders. A Retrospective Study of Side Effects. (Special Prison and Detention center Herstedvester, Denmark)

Franca Cortoni:
Developmental Pathways to Deviant Sexual Fantasies (Université de Montréal, Canada)

Klaus-Peter Dahle et al.:
The Importance of the Performance of Crime for Prediction of Recidivism and Substance Risk Assessment for Sexual Offenders (Charité Berlin, Germany)

Maxine Daniels:
Integrating Research and Clinical Practice: A Qualitative Research Study, What Do Sex Offenders Experience When Role Playing Their Victims and How Do Clinicians Use Role Play Interventions in Treatment? (NOMS, United Kingdom)

Rajan Darjee & Emily Baron:
Sexual Homicide: A Comparison Between Homicidal and Non-homicidal Sex Offenders Referred to a Specialist Forensic Liaison Service in Scotland (Orchard Clinic, Royal Edinburgh Hospital, United Kingdom)

Adam Deming:
Evidence Based Practice or Just the Best We’ve Got So Far? Uniting Empirical Research with Clinical Practice in the Treatment of Sexual Offenders (Liberty Behavioral Health Corporation, USA)

Beate Dombert et al.:
Choice Reaction Time: Assessment of Pedophilic Interest with an Attention-based Method (University of Regensburg, Germany)

Johann Endres & Maike M. Breuer:
Denial of the Sexual Offence as the Central Factor of Treatment Nonparticipation and Attrition (Bavarian Prison Service Research Center, Germany)

Jerry Fjerkenstadt:
Broadening Responsivity (Minnesota Sex Offender Program, USA)

Haley Fox:
Masks, Wounds and Bridges: Expressive Arts Therapy with Sexual Abusers (Minnesota Sex Offender Program, USA)

Andreas Frei:
Pervasive Developmental Disorder and Sexual Misconduct: A Case Report (Forensischer Dienst, Luzerner Psychiatrie, Switzerland)

Peter Fromberger et al.:
Diagnostic Accuracy of Eye Movements in Assessing Pedophilia (Institute for Forensic Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Georg-August-University Göttingen, Germany)

Melissa Grady:
Does Volunteering for Sex Offender Treatment Matter? Using Propensity Score Analysis to Understand the Effects of Volunteerism and Treatment on Recidivism (Catholic University of America NCSSS, USA)

Dorit Grundmann et al.:
Pedophilia and Hebephilia as “Sexual Age Orientation”: Empirical and Clinical Aspects (Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine, Charité, Germany)

Ellen Gunst:
Emotion Focused Therapy for Sex Offenders. Experiencing as a Way to Change and to Live More Fulfilling Lives. (FIDES - P.C. Sint-Amandus, Belgium)

Jonas Hallberg & Katarina Öberg:
CBT-program for Hypersexual Disorder: Experiences from a Feasibility Pilot-study. (Center for Andrology and Sexual Medicin, Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden)

Stephen Hanvey & Mechtild Höing:
Circles of Support and Accountability (COSA): A More Ethical Way to Sex Offender Management in Society (Circles UK)

Stephen Hanvey: Measuring ‘success’ in the safer reintegration of high risk sex offenders into the community, through Circles of Support and Accountability (COSA) (Circles UK)

Karen Harrison:
Sentencing Sex Offenders: An International Comparison of Sentencing Policy and Legislation. (University of Hull, United Kingdom)

Lisette A. ’t Hart-Kerkhoffs, Cyril Boonmann, et al.: Juvenile Sex Offenders and psychopathology (VU University Medical Center Amsterdam; Curium-LUMC, Leiden, The Netherlands)

Sven Hartwig:
The Crime Scene of Sexual Offenses from the View of a Forensic Medical Specialist (Charité Berlin, Germany)

Franz Henkel et al.:
The Latent Structure of Sexual Body Age Preference (Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine, Charité, Germany)

Knut Hermstad:
The Position of the Victim in Offender Therapy – Is Victim Empathy a Necessary Issue? (University Hospital of Trondheim, Norway)

Andreas Hill & Peer Briken:
What Do We Know About the Relationship Between Pornography and Sexual Aggression in Adolescents? A Review of Empirical Studies (Private Practice & Institute for Sex Research and Forensic Psychiatry, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany)

Kerensa Hocken:
Doing Good Risk Assessment with Intellectually Disabled Sexual Offenders: A Review of the Current Evidence and Advice for Best Practice (Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom)

Todd Hogue, Derek Perkins:
Developing an Eye Tracking Assessment Method for Sexual Aggression. (University of Lincoln, United Kingdom)

Mechtild Höing:
COSA in Europa (Avans University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands)

Mechtild Höing: Effective prevention of recidivism through COSA - how do they do it? (Avans University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands)

Philip Howard et al.:
Specific Reoffending Rates for Different Types of Indecent Image Offenders and Implications for Risk Assessment (Commissioning Analysis, Scenarios and Modelling Unit, Planning and Analysis Group, National Offender Management Service, United Kingdom)

Judith Iffland:
Sex Offenders’ Intimate Relationships (Institute for Sex Research and Forensic Psychiatry, Germany)

Elena Ilyuk:
Forming of Pattern of Violent Serial Behavior (Institute for Advanced Studies of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation)

Roland Jones et al.:
Differences Between Internet Sex Offenders and Child Abusers in Neuropsychological, Neurophysiological and Neuroimaging Experimental Tests (Cardiff University, United Kingdom)

Martin P. Kafka:
Hypersexual Disorder: DSM-5 Current Status and Contemporary Controversies (Harvard Medical School, USA)

Sam Kilby & Stephen Smallbone:
Youth Sex Offender Typologies: Millon Adolescent Clinical Inventory (MACI) Profiles and Their Association with Offender Versatility and Victim Age (Griffith Youth Forensic Service, Australia)

Verena Klein et al.:
The Crime Scene Variable Penetration Among Accused Juvenile Sexual Offenders. Results from the Hamburg Model Project for Children and Adolescents at Risk for Sexual offending. (Institute for Sex Research and Forensic Psychiatry, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany)

Frans Koenraadt:
Sexual Motives, Sexual Offences and Arson (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)

Ellids Kristensen et al.:
Is There Any Difference in Sexuality Between Child Molesters Who Have and Have Not a History of Child Sexual Abuse? (Secological Clinic, Psychiatric Centre Copenhagen, University Hospital of Copenhagen, Denmark)

Laura F. Kuhle et al.:
Facets of Empathy and Psychopathy in Undetected Sadistic Pedophiles: Preliminary Comparisons with Non-sadistic Pedophiles and Normal Controls. (Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany)

Laura F. Kuhle et al.:
Treatment Change in Child Pornography Offending in Pedophiles and Hebephiles in the Prevention Project Dunkelfeld (Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine, Charité, Germany)

Thore Langfeldt:
Pedophilia in the Court: A Critical Analysis of the Scientific Ethical Challenge. (Institute for Clinical Sexology and Therapy, Norway)

Mikael Larsen & Mette Sloth Hylleberg:
CBT group Treatment of Sexual Offenders - An Emotion Regulation and Problem Solving Approach (Department of Forensic Psychiatry, Denmark)

Robert Lehmann et al.:
Applying Crime Scene Analysis to the Prediction of Sexual Recidivism in Rape Cases Using the Static-99 (Charité Berlin, Germany)

Rebecca Lievesley et al.:
Understanding Sexual Preoccupation and the Psychopharmacological Treatment of it – Service User and Staff Perspectives (Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom)

Rebecca Lievesley et al.:
Understanding Service-user Experiences of Pharmacological Treatment for Sexual Preoccupation (Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom)

Liam Marshall et al.: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Social Phobia, & Loneliness in Incarcerated Internet Child Pornography Offenders (Rockwood Psychological Services, Canada)

Ana Martínez-Catena et al.: Motivation to Change in Sex Offenders: Differences between Rapists and Child Molesters (University of Barcelona, Spain)

Margarida Matias & Celina Manita:
Adult and Juvenile Sexual Offenders in Treatment. A Portuguese Experience. (Faculdade de Psicologia e de Ciências da Educação - Universidade do Porto, Portugal)

Hannah L. Merdian et al.:
“So why did you do it?” Explanations Provided by Child Pornography Offenders (University of Waikato, New Zealand)

Rares Cosmin Mesu et al.: What Have You Learned? Sex Offenders' Own View of Group Therapy (Department of Adult Psychiatry and Medical Psychology, Angers University Hospital, France)

Nina Meyer-Blankenburg et al.: A Comparison of Statistical Models for Sexual Risk Assessment (Institute for Forensic Psychiatry, Germany)

Frank Mielke & Kathrin Bremer:
“BMJS 12/21”: A Structured Treatment Programme for Juvenile Sex Offenders (Beratungsstelle im Packhaus, Kiel (pro familia Schleswig-Holstein), Germany)

David Millar:
The Nil Hypothesis: Cooperation and Compliance or Control and Coercion - Does Therapy Ever Work? (Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies University of Essex, United Kingdom)

Georgia Minor:
Juvenile Sex Offenders: Peer Abuser vs. Child Abuser (California University of Pennsylvania, USA)

Jules Mulder & Joan van Horn:
Stop it Now! NL (Forensic Outpatient Center de Waag, The Netherlands)

Linda Naidoo:
Child Sex Offender Therapy Programs in South Africa: Potential Contributions  (Childline KZN, South Africa)

Janina Neutze et al.:
Treatment Change in Dynamic Risk Factors (DRF) in the Prevention Project Dunkelfeld (PPD) (Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine, Charité, Germany)

Thuy Nguyen et al.:
Specialization and Versatility in Sex Offenders: A Comparative Analysis of Four Levels of Risk Using the RISCANVI (University of Barcelona, Spain)

Katarzyna Nosek-Komorowska:
Sexual Offending in Poland (Detention Centre and Prison in Starogard Gdański, Poland)

Katarzyna Nosek-Komorowska:
Empathy and Emotional Functioning of Sex Offenders in Poland (Detention Centre and Prison in Starogard Gdański, Poland)

Katarzyna Nosek-Komorowska:
Case Study – Polish Sexual Serial Killer (Detention Centre and Prison in Starogard Gdański, Poland)

Katarina Öberg & Jonas Hallberg:
On the Hypersexual Disorder Screening Inventory, HDSI - Reliability and Use (Centre for Andrology and Sexual Medicine, Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden)

Katarina Öberg et al.:
Preventing Sexual Offending – Preliminary Data from a Swedish Helpline (Centre for Andrology and Sexual Medicine, Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden)

Derek Perkins & Todd Hogue:
Use of Multi-method Assessments with Sexually Violent Offenders Against Women (Broadmoor Hospital, United Kingdom)

Dawn M. Pflugradt:
Can Paraphilias as Currently Outlined in the DSM-IV-TR Be Applied to Female Offenders? (Taycheedah Correctional Institution, USA)

Ethel Quayle et al.:
Grooming, Online Solicitation and Luring: A Mixed Methods Analysis of Chatlogs and Interview Data. (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

Bernadette Rainey:
Special Offender Groups and Equality. A Duty to Treat Differently? (Cardiff Law School, United Kingdom)

Ulrich Rehder & Bernd Wischka:
Entwicklung, Struktur und Erfahrungen mit dem Behandlungsprogramm für Sexualstraftäter (Leiter der Sozialtherapeutischen Anstalt Bad Gandersheim/Alfeld, Germany)

Martin Rettenberger & Reinhard Eher:
Risk Assessment in Sexually Motivated Intimate Partner Violence: A Comparison of Eight Different Measures (Institute for Sex Research and Forensic Psychiatry, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany)

Marnie E. Rice & Grant T. Harris:
Age or Aging? The Effects of Age on the Recidivism of Sex Offenders (Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care, Canada)

Sigrun Roßmanith:
Psychiatrische Strafgerichtsgutachter: Propheten des 21. Jahrhunderts? (Private Practice, Austria)

Carlo Rosso et al.:
OLTRE IL MURO Project: An Italian Experience for the Treatment of Convicted Sexual Offenders (SISPSe, Italian Society of Sexual Psychopathology, Italy)

Julia Sauter: The Influence of Forensic Outpatient Aftercare on Recidivism of Sexual Offenders (Charité Berlin, Germany)

Sandra Schauen et al.:
The Challenges and Difficulties of Forensic Aftercare (Charité Berlin, Germany)

Gerold Scherner et al.:
Treatment Refusal and Dropout in Participants of the Prevention Project Dunkelfeld (PPD) (Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine, Charité, Germany)

Wineke Smid & Jan Willem van den Berg:
Incentive Theory of Sexual Motivation as a Framework for the Description of Sexual Offending Behavior (Van der Hoeven Forensic Institute, The Netherlands)

Wineke Smid & Jelle Troelstra:
Psychopathic Traits in Sex Offenders Associated with High Oxytocin Levels (Van der Hoeven Forensic Institute, The Netherlands)

Thorsten Spielmann et al.:
Basel Program for the Treatment of Consumers of Illegal Pornography (University of Basel, Switzerland)

Mimi Strange:
'Restorative Justice and Sexually Harmful Behaviour (JANUSCenter, Denmark)

Ellis ter Beek:
Residential Treatment of ASO in the Netherlands; Target Group Analyses (Avenier youth care, The Netherlands)

Inga Tidefors & Lisa Rudolfsson: Well Facing Death is Easier – Clerical Reflections on Pastoral Care for Victims of Sexual Abuse (Department of Psychology, Sweden)

Jelle Troelstra: Management of Androgen Deprivation Therapy in Sex Offenders (Van der Hoeven Forensic Institute, The Netherlands)

Jelle Troelstra & Wineke Smid:
Implications of Oxytocin Levels in Sex Offenders (Van der Hoeven Forensic Institute, The Netherlands)

Daniel Turner et al.:
Prescription of Testosterone Lowering Medications in Sexual Offender Treatment in German Forensic Psychiatric Institutions (Institute for Sex Research and Forensic Psychiatry, Germany)

Els Van Daele:
The Position of the Partner in Sex Offender Therapy (I.T.E.R.  -  Centre for Offender Therapy, Belgium)

Kris Vanhoeck:
Towards an Ethical Framework for Fantasy Management in Sex Offenders (I.T.E.R.  -  Centre for Offender Therapy, Belgium)

Nils Verbeeck:
Virtual Child Pornography and Sex Child Robotics, Ethical Questions and Consequences in Therapy for Sex Offenders (Forensic Institute DEviant Sexualty ( FIDES) PC St-Amandus Beernem, Belgium)

Tatjana Voß:
Medication – If So, For How Long? (Charité Berlin, Germany)

Jayson Ware:
How Should “Acceptance of Responsibility” Be Addressed in Sexual Offending Treatment Programs? (Corrective Services NSW & University of New South Wales, Australia)

Frank Wendt & Nina Meyer-Blankenburg:
The Meaning of Comorbid Disorders for the Consideration of Pedosexual Offenders (Charité Berlin, Germany)

Belinda Winder et al.:
Evaluation of the Use of Medication with Convicted Sex Offenders with High Levels of Sexual Preoccupation (Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom)

Dahlnym Yoon:
Predictive Validity of Protective Factors in Sexual Offenders (Institute for Sex Research and Forensic Psychiatry, Germany)


Zeynep Burcu Akbaba: Coercive Chemical Castration: Deprivation of Sexual Liberty As A New Understanding of Punishment
Geraldine Akerman et al.: Devising and Validating a Psychometric Measure of Current Sexual Interest
Till Amelung et al.: Ward and Siegert’s Pathway-Model for Self-identifying Help-seeking Pedophiles in the Dunkelfeld
Smiljka Barancek et al.: Psychopathy and Anger Expression in Sex Offenders
Emily Baron & Rajan Darjee: Pharmacological Treatment of Sex Offenders in Scotland
Ricardo Barroso et al.: Conduct Problems, Antisocial Tendencies and Sexual Behaviors: a Comparative Study with Sexual and Non-Sexual Juvenile Offenders
Raphaela Basdekis-Jozsa et al.: RNR-Principles for Treatment of High Risk Offenders in Preventive Detention
Susanne Bengtson: From Risk Assessment to Risk Management: New Challenges
Jürgen Biedermann et al.: “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts” – A Crime Scene Behavior Typology
Emily Blake: The Usefulness and Ethical Implications of Community Samples in Sex Offender Research
Nicoletta Castellino et al.: Disrupted Attachment Histories and Abnormal Reflective Functioning as Risk Factors for Sexual Offending Behaviors. Implications for Treatment
Marie Chollier et al.: Impulsiveness and Sex Offending:  An Integrative Approach Based on Retrospective and Transversal Studies.
Hans Colstrup et al.: Pharmacotherapy of Sexual Offenders. A Retrospective Study of Side Effects.
Franca Cortoni: Developmental Pathways to Deviant Sexual Fantasies
Rares Cosmin Mesu et al.: What Have You Learned? Sex Offenders' Own View of Group Therapy
Klaus-Peter Dahle et al.: The Importance of the Performance of Crime for Prediction of Recidivism and Substance Risk Assessment for Sexual Offenders
Maxine Daniels: Integrating Research and Clinical Practice:  A Qualitative Research Study, What Do Sex Offenders Experience When Role Playing Their Victims and How Do
Clinicians Use Role Play Interventions in Treatment?
Rajan Darjee & Emily Baron: Sexual Homicide: A Comparison Between Homicidal and Non-homicidal Sex Offenders Referred to a Specialist Forensic Liaison Service in Scotland
Adam Deming: Evidence Based Practice or Just the Best We’ve Got So Far? Uniting Empirical Research with Clinical Practice in the Treatment of Sexual Offenders
Beate Dombert et al.: Choice Reaction Time: Assessment of Pedophilic Interest with an Attention-based Method
Johann Endres & Maike M. Breuer: Denial of the Sexual Offence as the Central Factor of Treatment Nonparticipation and Attrition
Jerry Fjerkenstadt: Broadening Responsivity
Haley Fox: Masks, Wounds and Bridges:  Expressive Arts Therapy with Sexual Abusers
Andreas Frei: Pervasive Developmental Disorder and Sexual Misconduct: A Case Report
Peter Fromberger et al.: Diagnostic Accuracy of Eye Movements in Assessing Pedophilia
Melissa Grady: Does Volunteering for Sex Offender Treatment Matter? Using Propensity Score Analysis to Understand the Effects of Volunteerism and Treatment on Recidivism
Dorit Grundmann et al.: Pedophilia and Hebephilia as “Sexual Age Orientation”: Empirical and Clinical Aspects
Ellen Gunst: Emotion Focused Therapy for Sex Offenders. Experiencing as a Way to Change and to Live More Fulfilling Lives.
Jonas Hallberg & Katarina Öberg: CBT-program for Hypersexual Disorder: Experiences from a Feasibility Pilot-study.
Stephen Hanvey & Mechtild Höing: Circles of  Support and Accountability (COSA): A More Ethical Way to Sex Offender Management in Society
Karen Harrison: Sentencing Sex Offenders: An International Comparison of Sentencing Policy and Legislation.
Sven Hartwig: The Crime Scene of Sexual Offenses from the View of a Forensic Medical Specialist
Franz Henkel et al.: The Latent Structure of Sexual Body Age Preference
Knut Hermstad: The Position of the Victim in Offender Therapy – Is Victim Empathy a Necessary Issue?
Andreas Hill & Peer Briken: What Do We Know About the Relationship Between Pornography and Sexual Aggression in Adolescents? A Review of Empirical Studies
Kerensa Hocken: Doing Good Risk Assessment with Intellectually Disabled Sexual Offenders: A Review of the Current Evidence and Advice for Best Practice
Todd Hogue: Developing an Eye Tracking Assessment Method for Sexual Aggression.
Mechtild Höing: COSA in Europa
Philip Howard et al.: Specific Reoffending Rates for Different Types of Indecent Image Offenders and Implications for Risk Assessment
Judith Iffland: Sex Offenders’ Intimate Relationships
Elena Ilyuk: Forming of Pattern of Violent Serial Behavior
Roland Jones et al.: Differences Between Internet Sex Offenders and Child Abusers in Neuropsychological, Neurophysiological and Neuroimaging Experimental Tests
Martin P. Kafka: Hypersexual Disorder: DSM-5 Current Status and Contemporary  Controversies
Sam Kilby & Stephen Smallbone: Youth Sex Offender Typologies: Millon Adolescent Clinical Inventory (MACI) Profiles and Their Association with Offender Versatility and Victim Age
Verena Klein et al.: The Crime Scene variable penetration among accused Juvenile Sexual Offenders. Results from the Hamburg Model Project for Children and adolescents at risk for Sexual offending.
Frans Koenraadt: Sexual motives, Sexual Offences and arson
Ellids Kristensen et al.: Is there any difference in Sexuality between Child molesters who have and have not a history of Child Sexual abuse?
Laura F. Kuhle et al.: Facets of empathy and psychopathy in undetected sadistic pedophiles: Preliminary comparisons with non-sadistic pedophiles and normal controls.
Laura F. Kuhle et al.: Treatment change in Child Pornography Offending in pedophiles and hebephiles in the Prevention Project Dunkelfeld
Thore Langfeldt: Pedophilia in the court: A critical Analysis of the scientific ethical challenge.
Mikael Larsen & Mette Sloth Hylleberg: CBT group Treatment of Sexual Offenders - an emotion regulation and problem solving approach
Robert Lehmann et al.: Applying Crime Scene Analysis to the prediction of Sexual recidivism in rape cases using the Static-99
Rebecca Lievesley et al.: Understanding Sexual preoccupation and the psychopharmacological Treatment of it – service user and staff perspectives
Rebecca Lievesley et al.: Understanding service-user experiences of Pharmacological Treatment for Sexual preoccupation
Ana Martínez-Catena et al.: Motivation to Change in Sex Offenders: Differences between Rapists and Child Molesters  
Margarida Matias & Celina Manita: Adult and Juvenile Sexual Offenders in Treatment. A Portuguese experience.
Hannah L. Merdian et al.: “So why did you do it?” Explanations provided by Child Pornography Offenders
Nina Meyer-Blankenburg et al.: A Comparison of Statistical Models for Sexual Risk Assessment
Frank Mielke & Kathrin Bremer: “BMJS 12/21”: A Structured Treatment Programme for Juvenile Sex Offenders
David Millar: The Nil Hypothesis: Cooperation and compliance or control and coercion - Does therapy ever work?
Georgia Minor: Juvenile Sex Offenders: Peer Abuser vs. Child Abuser
Jules Mulder & Joan van Horn: Stop it Now! NL
Linda Naidoo: Child Sex Offender therapy Programs in South Africa: Potential contributions  
Janina Neutze et al.: Treatment change in dynamic risk Factors (DRF) in the Prevention Project Dunkelfeld (PPD)
Thuy Nguyen et al.: Specialization and Versatility in Sex Offenders: A Comparative Analysis of Four Levels of Risk using the RISCANVI
Katarzyna Nosek-Komorowska: Sexual Offending in Poland
Katarzyna Nosek-Komorowska: Empathy and emotional functioning of Sex Offenders in Poland
Katarzyna Nosek-Komorowska: Case study – polish Sexual serial killer
Katarina Öberg & Jonas Hallberg: On the HyperSexual Disorder Screening Inventory, HDSI - Reliability and use
Katarina Öberg et al.: Preventing Sexual Offending – preliminary data from a Swedish Helpline
Derek Perkins & Todd Hogue: Use of multi-method Assessments with Sexually violent Offenders against women
Dawn M. Pflugradt: Can Paraphilias as currently outlined in the DSM-IV-TR be applied to Female Offenders?
Ethel Quayle et al.: Grooming, onlince solicitation and luring: a mixed methods Analysis of chatlogs and interview data.
Bernadette Rainey: Special Offender groups and equality. A duty to Treat differently?
Ulrich Rehder & Bernd Wischka: Entwicklung, Struktur und Erfahrungen mit dem Behandlungsprogramm für Sexualstraftäter
Martin Rettenberger & Reinhard Eher: Risk Assessment in Sexually Motivated Intimate Partner Violence: A Comparison of Eight Different Measures
Marnie E. Rice & Grant T. Harris: Age or Aging? The Effects of Age on the Recidivism of Sex Offenders
Sigrun Roßmanith: Psychiatrische Strafgerichtsgutachter: Propheten des 21. Jahrhunderts ?
Carlo Rosso et al.: OLTRE IL MURO Project: an Italian experience for the Treatment of convicted Sexual Offenders
Lisa Rudolfsson & Inga Tidefors: Well facing death is easier –  Clerical reflections on pastoral care for victims of Sexual abuse
Julia Sauter: The influence of forensic outpatient aftercare on recidivism of Sexual Offenders
Sandra Schauen et al.: The challenges and difficulties of forensic aftercare
Gerold Scherner et al.: Treatment refusal and dropout in participants of the Prevention Project Dunkelfeld (PPD)
Wineke Smid & Jan Willem van den Berg: Incentive theory of Sexual motivation as a framework for the description of Sexual Offending behavior
Wineke Smid & Jelle Troelstra: Psychopathic Traits in Sex Offenders Associated with High Oxytocin Levels
Thorsten Spielmann et al.: Basel program for the Treatment of consumers of illegal Pornography
Mimi Strange: 'Restorative Justice and Sexually Harmful Behaviour
Ellis ter Beek: Residential Treatment of ASO in the Netherlands; Target group analyses
Jelle Troelstra:  Management of Androgen Deprivation Therapy in Sex Offenders
Jelle Troelstra & Wineke Smid:  Implications of oxytocin levels in Sex Offenders
Daniel Turner et al.: Prescription of testosterone lowering medications in Sexual Offender Treatment in German forensic psychiatric institutions
Els Van Daele: The position of the partner in Sex Offender therapy
Kris Vanhoeck: Towards an ethical framework for fantasy management in Sex Offenders
Nils Verbeeck: Virtual Child Pornography and Sex Child robotics, ethical questions and consequences in therapy for Sex Offenders
Tatjana Voß: Medication – if so, for how long?
Jayson Ware: How should “acceptance of responsibility” be addressed in Sexual Offending Treatment programs?
Frank Wendt & Nina Meyer-Blankenburg: The meaning of comorbid disorders for the consideration of pedosexual Offenders
Belinda Winder et al.: Evaluation of the use of medication with convicted Sex Offenders with high levels of Sexual preoccupation
Dahlnym Yoon: Predictive Validity of Protective Factors in Sexual Offenders