First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

chapter 1|4 pages

Conceptualizing Sexual Aggression: Progress and Future Needs

ByGordon C. Nagayama Hall, Richard Hirschman

part I|2 pages

Etiology and Assessment

chapter 2|10 pages

Introduction: Etiology and Assessment

ByLori L. Oliver, Karen Chambers

chapter 3|26 pages

Rape as a Biosocial Phenomenon

ByLee Ellis

chapter 4|20 pages

Age of Onset of Sexual Assault: Criminal and Life History Correlates

ByRobert A. Prentky, Raymond A. Knight

chapter 5|36 pages

Predicting Men's Antisocial Behavior Against Women: The Interaction Model of Sexual Aggression

ByNeil M. Malamuth, Christopher L. Heavey, Daniel Linz

chapter 6|16 pages

Role of Male Sexual Arousal During Rape in Various Rapist Subtypes

ByHoward E. Barbaree, Ralph C. Serin

chapter 7|18 pages

Use of a New Laboratory Methodology to Conceptualize Sexual Aggression

ByGordon C. Nagayama Hall, Richard Hirschman

part II|2 pages


chapter 8|8 pages

Introduction: Treatment of Sexual Aggression

ByLori Boone Wills

chapter 11|18 pages

Findings and Recommendations from California's Experimental Treatment Program

ByJanice K. Marques, David M. Day, Craig Nelson, Mary Ann West

chapter 12|14 pages

Juveniles Who Commit Sexual Offenses: A Critical Review of Research

ByJudith V. Becker, Cathi D. Harris, Bruce D. Sales

chapter 13|6 pages

Conclusion: Complementary Approaches to Sexual Aggression

ByGordon C. Nagayama Hall, Richard Hirschman, Andrea Fox Boardman, Denise D. Schondrick, Kathleen P. Stafford, Victoria Codispoti, Gerald Heinbaugh, Steven Neuhaus, David Krenrick