Forthcoming Articles

Articles below are "in press", i.e., accepted for publication in Sexual Offending: Theory, Research, and Prevention but not yet published. If authors made their accepted version available via PsychArchives a link to the author accepted manuscript (AAM) version is provided.

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  • Trajectories of sexual recidivism by age over a 25-year follow-up in California

    Stephanie Brooks Holliday
  • A Cluster Analytic Examination and External Validation of Adult Victim Sexual Offending Subtypes in Two Canadian Samples

    Mr. John-Etienne Myburgh, Mark E. Olver
  • Dynamic Sexual Offense Risk Assessment using the VRS-SO with Indeterminate Sentenced Men

    Mark E. Olver
  • A Comparative analysis of men charged with online CEM and men charged with contact sexual abuse

    Samuel Nicol, Danielle A. Harris, Mark R. Kebbell
  • Assessing dynamic risk factors in institutional settings using STABLE-2007

    Yolanda Fernandez
  • Forensic Application of Static and Dynamic Risk Factors: Is it the Right Time>

    Brian Abbott
  • STABLE-2007 and Indeterminate Detention

    Andrew Harris
  • not applicable

    Andrew Harris
  • Predictive Validity of STABLE-2007 in incarcerated samples

    Jan Looman, Jeff Abracen, Joshua Goldstein, Brian Abbott
  • Childhood Sexual Victimization, Pedophilic Interest, and Antisocial Orientation

    Anna Pham, Kevin Nunes, Sacha Maimone, Sandy Jung
  • The environment of intra-family offenders - A systematic review of dynamics in incestuous families

    Maria Isabel Fontao
  • Clinician stigma and willingness to treat those with sexual interest in children

    Kailey Roche, Skye Stephens
  • Use of the Violence Risk Scale – Sexual Offense version (VRS-SO) within Sexually Violent Persons Evaluations

    Sharon Kelley
  • EFFECTIVE PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF ADULT MALE SEXUAL OFFENDERS

    Martin Rettenberger