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This page provides a list of substantive posts in chronological order, with the most recent first.

November 11, 2016. Towards informed public policies to prevent sexual abuse. (Kelly Babchishin)

June 12, 2016.  Disclosing a sexual interest in children to others: The experience of a non-offending pedophile. (Ian McPhail & Ender Wiggin)

May 15, 2016.  Female child sexual abusers – how are they getting away with it in organisational contexte? (Andrea Darling)

January 10, 2016. Stigma and non-offending pedophiles. (Ian McPhail)

December 6, 2015. Untangling sexual homicide. (Ross Bartels)

November 22, 2015. Could ’empathy games’ play a role in treatment? (Ian A. Elliott)

November 8, 2015. The motivation-facilitation model and its application to offences relating to child sexual exploitation material. (Danielle Kettleborough)

October 25, 2015. Sensitivity and specificity in phallometric tests for pedophilia and hebephilia. (Ian McPhail)

September 27, 2015. Can we analyze word associations in online solicitation transcripts using online software Overview? Part 2. (Hollie Richardson)

September 13, 2015. 10 online talks about sexual violence: Causes, cures, and questions. (Caoilte Ó Ciardha)

August 30, 2015. There is evidence to support the use of Western developed violent risk assessment in China: Responding to Zhou et al. (2015). (Seung Chan Lee and Karl Hanson)

August 16, 2015. Becoming a Wikipedia editor for sexuality and sexual violence pages. (Ian McPhail)

August 2, 2015. Towards a more universal understanding of “grooming”. (Ian A. Elliott)

July 19, 2015. The flexibility of pedophilic sexual interests. (Ian McPhail)

June 21, 2015. “The children in the images were not harmed”: Permission-giving thoughts relating to child sexual exploitation material offending. (Danielle Kettleborough)

June 7, 2015. Emotional congruence with children: Recent developments in an old concept. (Ian McPhail)

May 25, 2015. The sense or folly of doing ‘quali’. (Ian A. Elliott)

May 10, 2015. Going from good to great. (David Prescott)

April 9, 2015. Sex offending runs within families. (Kelly Babchishin)

Apr 5, 2015. What’s wrong with “child pornography”? The impact of terminology. (Danielle Kettleborough)

Mar 23, 2015. Does lust make us stupid? Part II. (Ross Bartels)

Mar 8, 2015. Reinventing the wheel: Testing a new CoSA-based sex offender intervention. (John Vaccaro)

Feb 21, 2015. Incest: What we know (and don’t know). (Lesleigh Pullman)

Feb 8, 2015. Understanding the cognitions of child sexual exploitation material offenders. (Danielle Kettleborough)

Dec 22, 2014. A response to Virtuous Pedophiles Exist. (Nick Devin & Ethan Edwards)

Dec 19, 2014. Virtuous pedophiles exist. (Kelly Babchishin)

Oct 24, 2014. Community reboot: Getting former prisoners safely back online. (Ian A. Elliott)

Oct 6, 2014. So, what’s the point in blogging? Benefits for graduate students. (Danielle Kettleborough)

Sep 29, 2014. Sexual offender cognition: Separating the ‘sexual’ from the ‘offender’. (Ross Bartels)

Sep 17, 2014. Procrastinating about laziness: Sometimes we forget that deviant sexual interests are a bit complicated. (Caoilte Ó Ciardha)

Aug 10, 2014. Prototypes in sexual crime discourse. (Craig Harper)

August 7, 2014. A concluding comment to Ian McPhail regarding integrative pluralism. (Tony Ward)

August 4, 2014. More on Pluralism, Bloat, and Usefulness: A Response to Tony Ward’s Post. (Ian V. McPhail)

July 30, 2014. Response to Ian McPhail – ‘Depth and usefulness in theories of sexual violence’. (Tony Ward)

July 27, 2014. Depth and usefulness in theories of sexual violence. (Ian V. McPhail)

July 18, 2014. Can we analyze word associations in online solicitation texts? (Ian A. Elliott)

June 6, 2014. CoSA: An inconvenient truth. (Ian A. Elliott)

May 6, 2014. Outing sexual offenders in prison. (Ian V. McPhail)

April 22, 2014. Advice for the next generation of (forensic) researchers; or, eight habits for highly effective researchers. (Michael Seto)

April 15, 2014. Once a sex offender, always a sex offender? (Kelly M. Babchishin)

April 5, 2014. [Click Here]: Collecting data on sexual violence online. (Chantal Hermann)

March 30, 2014. On Depth: Conceptual and methodological considerations in meta-analysis. (Ian V. McPhail)

March 25, 2014. What’s the point when research on sexual offending has no links to practice? (Ross Bartels)

March 23, 2014. Why do we keep rehashing the sex offender treatment effectiveness debate? (Kelly M. Babchishin)

March 19, 2014. Public and professional perceptions of female sex offenders. (Ian A. Elliott & Alexandra Bailey)

March 16, 2014. The effects of researching the incomprehensible. (Caoilte Ó Ciardha)

March 11, 2014. CoSA implementation in the United States. (Ian A. Elliott)

March 10, 2014. Community interventions for sex offenders: Evidence, sense, and funding. (Ian V. McPhail)

March 5, 2014. 10 irrefutable reasons why you should contribute to nextgenforensic. (Ian A. Elliott)

 


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