Erotic preference, gender identity, and aggression in men : New research studies
Fiche mise à jour le 22 octobre 2020
A fresh and challenging re-evaluation of the interrelationship between sexual and gender behavior and aggression. Drawing on a series of previously unpublished controlled research studies on rapists, pedophiles, incest offenders, voyeurs, transsexuals, and homosexuals (among others), the book offers startling new findings- e.g., crossdressing and feminine gender identity in rapists believed to be ultra-masculine, aggressiveness in pedophiles believed to be shy and passive. This book brings a new perspective to understanding sexual anomalies and to the conceptual foundations on which clinical research and treatment of these behaviors rests.Sommaire :
* Sexual Aggression
- Are Rapists Sexually Anomalous, Aggressive, or Both?
- Sexual Aggression: Constructing A Predictive Equation A Controlled Pilot Study
- Voyeurism: Does It Predict Sexual Aggression or Violence in General?
* Related Factors in Sexual Aggression: Alcohol and the Brain
- The Effect of Alcohol on Penile Erection
- Brain Correlates of Penile Erection
* Pedophilia and Incest
- Erotic Preference and Aggression in Pedophilia: A Comparison of Heterosexual, Homosexual, and Bisexual Types
- Are Incestuous Fathers Pedophilic, Aggressive, and Alcoholic?
- Why Are Pedophiles Attracted to Children? Further Studies of Erotic Preference in Heterosexual Pedophilia
- Elderly Sex Offenders
* Homosexuality, Transvestism, and Transsexualism
- Peripheral Sex Hormones, Homosexuality, and Gender Identity
- Feminine Gender Identity in Homosexual Men: How Common Is It?
- Crossdressing, Erotic Preference, and Aggression: A Comparison of Male Transvestites and Transsexuals