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1. Babych, A. (1993). Price of Canada scandals hits $23 million. National Catholic Reporter.

2. Backman, G., Moeller, T., & Benett, J. (1988). Childhood Sexual Abuse and the Consequences in Adult Women. Obstetrics & Gynecology, 71 no.4, 631-642.

3. Baer, L., Cukor, P., Jenike, M., Leahy, B., O'Laughlen, J., & Coyle, J. (1995). Pilot studies of telemedicine for patients with obsessive compulsive didorder. American Journal of Psychiatry, 152, 1383-1385.

4. Bagley, C. (1969). Incest behavior and the incest taboo. Social Taboo, Vol.16, 505-519.

5. Bagley, C. (1990). Validity of a Short Measure of Child Sexual Abuse. Psychological Reports, 66, 449-450.

6. Bagley, C., & King, K. (1991). Child Sexual Abuse: The Search for Healing. London: Tavistock/Routledge.

7. Baigent, M. F., Bond, M. J., Kalucy, R. S., Yellowlees, P. M., Ben-Tovim, D. I., Kavanagh, S. J., & Lloyd, C. J. (1997). Telepsychiatry: 'Tele' yes, but what about the 'psychiatry'? Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 3 (Supplement 1), 3-5.

8. Bailey, D. S. (1955). Homosexuality and the Western Christian Tradition. New York: Longmans, Green & Co.

9. Bailey, D. S. (1959). Sexual Relation in Christian Thought. New York: Harper & Brothers.

10. Bailie, G. (1997). Violence Unveiled: Humanity at the crossroads. New York: Crossroads.

11. Bainton, R. (1957). What Christianity Says about Sex, Love, and Marriage. New York: Association.

12. Bak, R. (1968). The phallic woman: The ubiquitous fantasy in perversions. Psychoanalytic study of the child. New York: International Universities Press.

13. Baker, D. (1985). Fater-daughter incest: A study of the father. Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol.46 no.3, 951.

14. Baker, R. (1992). Hidden Memories. Buffalo: Prometheus Books.

15. Baladerian. (?). The Sexual Assault Survivors Handbook. R & E Pubns.

16. Baldwin, M. (1988). Beyond Victim: You Can Overcome Childhood Abuse...Even Sexual Abuse. Rainbow.

17. Balentine, S. E. (1993). Prayer in the Hebrew Bible: the drama of divine-human dialogue. Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

18. Baleta, A. (1998). Concern voiced over "dry sex" in South Africa. Lancet, 352, 1292.

19. Balint, M. (1968-79). The basic fault: Therapeutic aspects of regression. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University.

20. Ball, C. J., McLaren, P. M., Summerfield, A. B., Lipsedge, M. S., & Watson, J. P. (1995). A comparison of communication modes in adult psychiatry. Journal of Telehealth and Telecare, 1, 22-26.

21. Ballah, R. N., Madsen, R., Sullivan, W. M., Swindler, A., & Tipton, S. M. (1985). Habits of the Heart: Individualism and Commitment in American Life. Berkeley: University of California Press.

22. Ballard, D. T., Blair, G. D., Devereaux, S., Valentine, L. K., Horton, A. L., & Johnson, B. L. (1990). A comparative profile of the incest perpetrator: Background characteristics, abuse history, and use of social skills. The Incest Perpetrator, 43-64.

23. Balon, R. (1998). Pharmalogical treatment of paraphilias with a focus on antidepressants. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, Vol.24, 241-254.

24. Balon, R., Yeregani, V., & Pohl, R. (1993). Sexual dysfunction during antidepressant treatment. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 54, 209-212.

25. Balswick, J., & Thoburn, J. (1991). How ministers deal with sexual temptation. Pastoral Psychology, 39:5, 277-286.

26. Bancroft, J. (1989). Human Sexuality and its Problems. London: Churchill Livingstone.

27. Bancroft, J., Jones, H. G., & Pullan, B. R. (1966). A simple transducer for measuring penile erection, with comments on its use in the treatment of sexual disorders. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 4, 239-241.

28. Barad, J. (1992). Consent: the means to an active faith according to St. Thomas Aquinas. New York: Peter Lang.

29. Barbaree, H., Marshall, W., & Hudson, S. (1993). The Juvenile Sex Offender. New York: Guilford.

30. Barbaree, H. E., Hudson, S. M., & Seto, M. C. (1993). Sexual assault in society: The role of the juvenile offender. The juvenile sex offender.

31. Barbaree, H. E., Marshall, W. I., & Connor, J. (1988). The social problem-solving of child molesters. Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada: Unpublished manuscript.

32. Barbaree, H. E., & Marshall, W. L. (1989). Erectile responses among heterosexual child molesters, father-daughter incest offenders, and matched nonoffenders: Five distinct age preference profiles. Canadian Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 21, 70-82.

33. Barbaree, H. E., & Marshall, W. L. (1990). Handbook of sexual assault: Issues, theories and the treatment of the offender. New York: Plenum Press.

34. Barbaree, H. E., Peacock, E. J., Cortoni, F., Marshall, W. L., & Seto, M. (Eds.). (1998). Ontario Penitentaries'Program. In W. L. Marshall, Y. M. Fernandez, S. M. Hudson, & T. Ward (Eds.), Sourcebook of treatment programs for sexual offenders. New York: Plenum.

35. Barclay, C., & Wellman, H. (1986). Accuracies and Inaccuracies in Autobiographical Memory. Journal of Memory and Language, 25, 93-103.

36. Barker, E. (1989). New Religious Movements: A Practical Introduction. London: Her Majesty's Stationary Office.

37. Barnard, G. (1989). The Child Molester. Brunner/Mazel.

38. Barnard, G. W., Fuller, A. K., Robbins, L., & Shaw, T. (1989). The Child Molester: An Integrated Approach to Evaluation and Treatment. New York, NY: Brunner/Mazel Publishers.

39. Barnard, J. (1991). America's Least Wanted. Law and Politics, 5(11), 11-15.

40. Barnes, P. (1989). The Woman Inside: From Incest Victim to Survivor. Racine,WI: Mother Courage Press.

41. Barnsley, J. (1995). Co-operation ot Co-optation? The partnership trend of the nineties. In, Leslie Timmins (ed.), Listening to the Thunder: Advocates Talk about the Battered Women's Movement. Vancouver: Women's Research Centre.

42. Bar-On, D. (1989). Legacy of Silence: Encounters with Children of the Third Reich. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
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44. Baron, L., & Strauss, M. (1989). Four Theories of Rape in American Society. Yale University Press.

45. Baron, P. (1986). Journeying Toward Health Through Creativity: A Workbook Experience.

46. Barr, J. (1993). Biblical faith and natural theology. Oxford,England: Clarendon Press.

47. Barrett, M. J. (1995). Out of the Box: A Family Therapist's Approach to the "False Memory Syndrome". Treating Abuse Today, 5.2, 8.

48. Barrett, M. J., & Trepper, T. (1989). Systemic Treatment of Incest. Chicago, IL: Stern's Book Svc.

49. Barron, R. C. (1996). The psychological evaluation model for treatment and progress assesment with males in sexual behavior crisis. Paper presented at the Child Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence: East-West Conference, Prague, The Czec Republic, Sept 5-7.

50. Barry, D. J., & Ciccone, J. R. (1975). Use of Depo-Provera in the treatment of aggressive sexual offenders: Preliminary report of three cases. Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 3, 179-182.

51. Barry, W. A., Birmingham, M., Connolly, W. J., Fahey, R. J., & Finn, V. S. (1978). Affictivity and sexuality: Their relationship to the spiritual and apostilic life of Jesuits. Studies in the Spirituality of Jesuits, March-May. (N)

52. Barstow, A. L. (1982). Married Priests and the Reforming Papacy: The Eleventh Century Debates. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press.

53. Bart, P., & O'Brien, P. (1985). Stopping Rape: Successful Survival Strategies. Pergamon Press.

54. Barth. (1990). Preventing Adolescent Abuse. Macmillan.

55. Barth. (1993). It Runs In My Family. New York: Brunner.

56. Barth, K., 1886-1968. (1993). The Holy Spirit and Christian life: the theological basis of ethics. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press.

57. Barth, R. J., & Kinder, B. N. (1985). The mislabeling of sexual impulsivity. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 13, 15-23.

58. Barth, R. J., & Kinder, B. N. (1987). The mislabeling of sexual impulsivity. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 13, 15-23.

59. Bartholow, B. N., Doll, L. S., Joy, D., Douglas, J. M., BolanG, Harrison, J. S., Moss, P. M., & McKirnan, D. (1994). Emotional, behavioral, and HIV risks associated with sexual abuse among adult homosexual and bisexual men. Child Abuse and Neglect, 18, 747-761. (1N)

60. Bartlett, A. L. (1993). Ministry in the New Testament. Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

61. Barton, B., & Marshall, A. (1986). Pivotal partings: Forced termination with a sexually abused boy. Clinical Social Work Journal, 14:2, 139-149.

62. Bartram, A. (1986). A Response to Pastor-Client Sexual Relations. Chicago: Exploration Press.

63. Bashshur, R. L. (Ed.). (1997). Telemedicine and the health care system. In: Telemedicine-Theory and practice. (Eds: H. Sanders; G.W. Shannon). Springfield: Charles C Thomas.

64. Bass, A. (1989). Therapist accused of sex abuse by clients. Boston Sunday Globe, ff, 1.

65. Bass, A. (1991). Talking to Men, a Bold Woman Just Can't Win. Boston Globe, 7.

66. Bass, E., & Thornton, L. (1983). I Never Told Anyone: Writings By Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse. New York: Harper & Row.

67. Bass, E. (1981). I Like You to Make Jokes with Me. But I Don't Want You to Touch Me. Lollipop Power.

68. Bass, E., & Davis, L. (1988). The Courage to Heal: A Guide for Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse. New York: HarperCollins.

69. Bass, E., & Davis, L. (1993). Beginning to Heal: A First Book For Suvivors of Child Sexual Abuse. New York: Harper Collins.

70. Bass, E., & Davis, L. (1998). The Courage to Heal: A Guide for Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse. New York: Harper and Row.

71. Bass/Davis. (1993). Beginning To Heal. Harper.

72. Bass/Davis. (1993). Courage To Heal, Part II. Harper.

73. Batalden, S. K. (Ed.). (1993). Seeking God: the recovery of religious identity in Orthodox Russia,Ukraine, and Georgia. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press.

74. Batchelor, E. (1980). Homosexuality and Ethics. New York: Pilgrim Press.

75. Bates, C. M., & Brodsky, A. M. (1989). Sex in the Therapy Hour: A Case of Professional Incest. New York: Guilford Press.

76. Batson, C. D., Shaw, L. L., & Oleson, K. C. (1992). Differentiating affect, mood, and emotion: Toward functionally based conceptual distinctions. In M Clark (Ed.), Review of personality & social psychology (Vol. 13). Thousand Oaks: Sage.

77. Batstone, D. (1993). New Visions For The Americas: religious engagement and social transformation (viii ed.). Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

78. Bauman, E. (1991). Step into my Parlor. Chicago: Bonus Books.

79. Baumeister, R. F. (1991). Escaping the self: Alcoholism, spirituality, masochism, and other flights from the burden of selfhood. New York: Basic Books.

80. Bausch, W. J. (1994). The total parish manual: Everything you need to empower your faith community. Mystic, CT: Twenty-Third Publications.

81. Bauserman, R., & Rind, B. (1997). Psychological correlates of male child and adolescent sexual experiences with adults. Archives of Sexual Behavior.

82. Baxter, D. J., Marshall, W. I., Barbaree, H. E., Davidson, P. R., & Malcolm, P. B. (1984). Deviant sexual behavior: Differentiation sex offenders by criminal and personal history, psychometric measures and sexual responses. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 11, 477-501.

83. Baxter, J. (1990). The Suggestibility of Child Witnesses: A Review. Journal of Applied Cognitive Psychology, 3, 1-15.

84. Bays, L., & Freeman-Longo, R. (1989). Why Did I do it Again? Brandon: The Safer Society Press.

85. Bays, L., Freeman-Longo, R., & Hildebran, D. (1990). How can I stop: Breaking my devinat cycle. Orwell, VT: Safer Society Press.

86. Bays, L., Freeman-Longo, R., & Montgomery-Logan, D. (1990). How Can I Stop? Brandon: The Safer Society Press.

87. Beal, J. P. (1992). Doing what one can: Canon law and clerical sexual misconduct. The Jurist, 52, 642-683.

88. Beaman-Hall, L. (1997b). Translating spiritual commitment into service: The response of evangelical women to wife abusers. Canadian Women Studies, 17(1), 58-61.

89. Beaman-Hall, L., & Nason-Clark, N. (1997a). Partners or protagonists? The transition house movement and conservative churches. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 12(2), 176-196. (N)

90. Bean, B., & Bennett, S. (1993). The Me Nobody Knows: A Guide for Teen Survivors. Lexington Books.

91. Bear, D. M., & Fedio, P. (1977). Quantitative Analysis of interracial behavior in temporal lobe epilepsy. Arch Neurol, 34, 454-467. (N)

92. Bear, E. (Ed.). (1993). Inpatient Treatment for Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse: A Summary of Data from 22 Programs. Brandan: Safer Society Press.

93. Bear, E., & Dimock, P. (Eds.). (1988). Adults Molester as Children: A Survivors Manual for Women and Men. Orwell: Safer Society Press.

94. Bear, E., & Dimock, P. T. (1989). Adults Molested AS Children: A Survivor's Manual For Women and Men. Orwell: The Safer Society Press.

95. Beatie, F. A. (1992). A Companion to the Constitution. Louisville: Office of the General Assembly.

96. Beattie, M. (1987). Codependent No More. MN: Halendon.

97. Beck. (1988). Love Is Never Enough. Harper.

98. Beck, A., Rush, J., Shaw, B., & Emery, G. (1979). Cognitive Therapy of Depression. New York: Guilford.

99. Beck, A. T., & Steer, R. A. (1988). Manual for the Beck Hoplelessness Scale. San Antonio: Psychological Corporation.

100. Beck, A. T., Weissman, A., Lester, D., & Trexlor, L. (1974). The measurement of pessimism: the hopeless scale. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 42, 86-865.

101. Beck, J. G., & Bozman, S. (1995). Gender differences in sexual desire: The effects of anger and anxiety. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 24(6), 595-612. (N)

102. Becker, C. (1996). Leading Women: How Church Women Can Avoid Leadership Traps and Negotiate the Gender Maze. Nashville: Abingdon Press.

103. Becker, C. E. (1993). Women in Church Leadership: An Emerging Paradigm. Leading the Congregation, 253-277.

104. Becker, H. E. (1991). Escape from Evil. New York: Free Press.

105. Becker, J., Abel, G., Blanchard, E., Murphy, W., & Coleman, E. (1978). Evaluating social skills of sexual aggressives. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 5(4), 357-367.

106. Becker, J., Harris, C., & Sales, B. (1993). Juveniles who commit sexual offenses: A critical review of research. Bristol, PA: Taylor and Francis Press.

107. Becker, J., & Hunter, J. (1992). Evaluation of treatment outcomes for adult perpetrators of child sexual abuse. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 528, 223-234.

108. Becker, J., Kaplan, M., & Kavoussi, R. (1988). Human sexual aggression: Current perspectives. New York: New York Academy of Science.

109. Becker, J. (1982). The Incidence and Thpes of Sexual Dysfunction in Rape and Incest Victims. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 8 no.1, 65-74.

110. Beckett, K. (1996). Culture and the Politics of of Signification: The Case of Child Sexual Abuse. Social Problems, 43, 57-76.

111. Beckford, J. A. (1975). The Tumpet of Prophecy: A Sociological Study of Jehovah's Witnessess. New York: John Wiley and Sons.

112. Beed, C. (1998). Cultures of Secrecy and Abuse. Victoria, Australia: Hawthorne.

113. Beier, K. M. (2000). Female analogies to perversion. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 26(1), 79-93.

114. Beigel/Earle. (1990). Successful Private Practice In The 1990's. New York: Brunner.

115. Beitchman, J. H., Zucker, K. J., Hood, J. E., DeCosta, G. A., Akman, D., & Cassavia, E. (1992). A Review of the Short-term Effects of Child Sexual Abuse. Child Abuse and Neglect, 15, 537-556.

116. Belenky, M. F. (Ed.). (1986). Women's Ways of Knowing: The Development of Self, Voice and Mind. New York: Basic Books.

117. Believe the Children. Bibliography. (?). Believe the Children. Manhattan Beach,CA.

118. Belive the Children. (1993). Civil Litigation for Victims of Child Abuse. Believe the Children Newsletter, volume X.

119. Bell, A., & Hall, C. (1971). The personality of a child molester: An analysis of dreams. Chicago: Aldine-Atherton.

120. Bell, A. P., Weinberg, M. S., & Hammersmith, S. K. (1981). Sexual preference: Its development in men and women. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

121. Bell-Gadsby, C., & Siegenberg, A. (1995). Reclaiming Herstory: Ericksonian Solution-Focused Therapy for Sexual Abuse. New York: Brunner/Mazel, INC.

122. Belote, B. (1974). Sexual intimacy between female clients and male therapists: Masochistic sabotage. University of California, Berkeley: School of Professional Psychology.

123. Benawitz, M. (1993). Comparing the experiences of women clients sexually exploited by female versus male psychotherapists. Journal of Women & Therapy.

124. Bender, L., & Blau, A. (1937). The reaction of children to sexual relations with adults. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 7, 500-518.

125. Bender, L., & Grugett, A. (1952). A follow-up report on children who had atypical sexual experiences. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 22, 825-837.

126. Benedict, H. (1985). Recovery: How to Survive Sexual Assault For Women, Men and Teenagers and Their Friends and Family. New York: Doubleday.

127. Benedict, H. (1992). Virgin or Vamp: How the Press Covers Sex Crimes. New York: Oxford University Press.

128. Beneke, T. (1982). Men On Rape: What They Have To Say About Sexual Violence. New York: St. Martin's Press.

129. Benin, S. D. (1993). The footprints of God: divine accommodation in Jewish an Christian thought. Albany: State University of New York Press.

130. Benjamin, L. R., & Benjamin, R. (1993). Interventions with children in dissociative families: A family treatment model. Dissociation, 6, 54-65.

131. Benotsch, E. (in press). Sexual compulsivity and risk of HIV-AIDS: Cause for concern or false alarm? Sexual Addiction Compulsivity.

132. Benotsch, E. G., Kalichman, S. C., & Kelly, J. A. (1999). Sexual compulsivity and substance use in HIV seropositive men who have sex with men: Prevalence and predictors of high-risk behaviors. Addictive Behaviors, 24, 857-868.

133. Benotsch, E. G., Kalichman, S. C., & Pinkerton, S. D. (2001). Sexual Compulsivity in HIV-Positive Men and Women: Prevalence, Predictors, and Consequences of High-Risk Behaviors. Sexual Addiciton & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 8(2) Special Issue, 83-99.

134. Benson, G. (1999). Sexual behavior by male clergy with adult female counselees. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol.1, 103-118.

135. Benson, G., Grunebaum, J., Steisel, S., et al. (Eds.). (1992). Curriculum subcommittee report. In, Training for Treatment: How Can it Help? Preventing Sexual Misconduct and the Abuse of Power by Health Professionals Through Education. Boston: University of Massachusettes.

136. Benson, G. L. (1992). Sexual Misconduct by Male Clergy with Adult Female Counsels: Systemic and Situational Themes. Boston, MA: Boston University.

137. Benson, G. L. (1994). Sexual behavior by male clergy with adult female counselees: Systemic and stiuational themes. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 1:2, 103-88.

138. Bentovim. (1992). Trauma Organized Systems. New York: Brunner.

139. Benyei, C. (1998). Understanding Clergy Sexual Misconduct in Religius Systems. Binghamton: Haworth Press.

140. Benyei, C. (1997). Understanding Clergy Misconduct in Religious Systems: Scapegoating, Family Secrets, and the Abuse of Power. New York, London: Haworth Pastoral Press.

141. Bera, W. (1990). The Systemic/Attributional Model: Victim-Sensitive Offender Therapy. The Use of Victim-Offender Communication in the Treatment of Sexual Abuse: Three Intervention Models.

142. Bera, W. H. (1993). Betrayal: Clergy Sexual Abuse & Male Survivors. professional sexual abuse, 3 & 4, 62-75.

143. Berendzen, R. (1993). Come Here: A man Overcomes the Tragic Aftermath of Childhood Sexual Abuse. Vilard Books.

144. Berg. (1992). Working With The Problem Drinker. Norton.

145. Berger, E., & Staisey, W. (27 Oct. 1991). Initial assessment of a survey of Ontaria women regarding sexual harasssment and abuse by Ontario physicians. Canadian Health Monitor, 27, 1-4.

146. Berke, J. (1988). The Tyranny of Malice: Exploring the Dark Side of Character and Culture. New York: Summit Books.

147. Berlin, F. S. (1983). The Sexual Aggressor: Current Perspectives in Treatment. New York: Van Nostrand- Reinhold.

148. Berlin, F. S. (1986). Interviews with Five Rapists. American Journal of Forensic Psychiatry, 4, 11-41.

149. Berlin, F. S. (1989). The paraphilias and Depo-Provera: Some medical, ethical and legal considerations. Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 17, 233-239.

150. Berlin, F. S., Hunt, W. P., Malin, H. M., Dyer, A., Lehne, G., & Dean, S. (1991). five year follow-up survey of criminal recidivism within a treated cohort pedophiles, exhibitionists, and sexual aggressives: Issues and outcome. American Journal of Forensic Psychiatry, 12, 5-28.

151. Berlin, F. S., & Meinecke, C. F. (1981). Treatment of sex offenders with antiandrogenic medication: Conceptualization, review of treatment modalities and proliminary findings. American Journal of Psychiatry, 138, 601-607.

152. Berlin, F. (2001). The Vanderbilt Symposium-In My Opinion. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 8(3-4), 187-189.

153. Berliner, B. (1958). The role of object relations in moral masochism. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 27, 38-56.

154. Bernadin, J. A. (1993). Address to priests: Niles College Seminary. Origins, (23) 27, 475-477. (N)

155. Bernard, H. S., & MacKenzie, K. R. (1994). Basics of group psychology. New York: Guilford Press.

156. Bernardin, J. (1993). Cardinal Bernardin's defense. National Catholic Reporter, 30:6, 7-8.

157. Berner, W., Berger, P., Guitierrez, K., Jordan, B., & Berger, K. (1992). Sex offender treatment: Psychological and medical approaches. New York: Haworth Press.

158. Bernstein, A. (2000). Straight therapists working with and gays in family therapy. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 26(4), 443-454.

159. Bernstein, E., & Putnam, F. W. (1986). Development, reliability and validity of a dissociative scale. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 174, 727-735.

160. Bernstein, I. (1957). The role of narcissism in moral masochism. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 26, 358-377. (N)

161. Berrick. (1992). With The Best Of Intentions. Guilford.

162. Berry, J. (1992). Lead Us Not Into Temptation: Catholic Priests and the Sexual Abuse of Children. New York: Doubleday.

163. Berry, J. (1993). Listening to the survivors: Voices of People of God. America, I69:15, 4-9.
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164. Berry, T. (1988). The Dream of the Earth. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books.

165. Berthrong, J. H. (1994). All under heaven: transforming paradigms in Confucian Christian dialogue. Albany,NY: State University of New York Press.

166. Besharov. (1990). Recognizing Child Abuse. Macmillan.

167. Betrayed, S. (1988). Sexual Abuse of Children in America. Little, Brown, and Company.

168. Bettelheim, B. (1943). Individual and mass behavior in extreme situations. Journal of Abnormal Social Psychology, 38, 417-452.

169. Bettelheim, B. (1960). The Informed Heart: A Study of The Psychological Consequences of Living Under Extreme Fear and Terror. London,England: Penguin Books.

170. Beyer, P. (1994). Religion and Globalization. London: Sage Publications.
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171. Bianchi, M. D. (1990). Fluoxetine treatment of exhibitionism. American Journal of Psychiatry, 147, 1089-1090.

172. Bibby, R. (1987). Fragmented Gods. Toronto: Irwin Publishing.

173. Bifulco, A. (1991). Early sexual abuse and clinical depression in adult life. British Journal of Psychiatary, 159, 115-122.

174. Bildeau. (1992). The Anger Workbook. CompCare.

175. Bilezikian, G. (1985). Beyond Sex Roles. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House.

176. Binder, R. (1981). Why women don't report sexual assult. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, Vol.42, 437.

177. Binet, A. (1887). Du fetischisme dans l'amour. Paris: Revue Philosophique.

178. Bingham, D. G. (Ed.). (1987). Doorway To Response: The Role of Clergy in Ministry With Battered Women. Springfield, IL: Illinois Council of Churches.

179. Bingham, J., & Piotrowski, C. (1989). House arrest: A viabel alternative for sex offenders? Psychological Reports, 65, 559-562.

180. Bingham, J. E., & Piotrowski, C. (1996). Online sexual addiction: A contemporary enigma. Psychological Reports, 79(1), 257-258.

181. Bingham, J. E., Turner, B. W., & Piotrowski, C. (1995). Treatment of sexual offenders in an outpatient community-based program. Psychological Reports, 76, 1195-1200.

182. Birch, B. C. (1991). Let Justice Roll Down. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press.

183. Bird, J., & Bird, L. (1976). Sexual loving. Garden City, NY: Doubleday.

184. Bisbing, S. B., Jorgenson, L. M., & Sutherland, P. K. (1995). Sexual Abuse by Professionals: A Legal Guide. Charlottesville: Michie.

185. Bishops' Ad Hoc Committe on Sexual Abuse, N. C. of C. B. (1994). Brief history: Handling child sex abuse claims. Orgins, 23:38, 666-670.

186. Bissell, L., & Royce, J. (1994). Ethics for addiction professionals. Center City: Hazelden.

187. Bissell, L., & Royce, J. E. (1987). Ethics for addiction professionals. Center City: Hazelden Foundation.

188. Bixler, R. H. (1981). Primate mother-son incest. Psychological Reports, 48, 531-536.

189. Bixler, R. H. (1981). The incest controversy. Psychological Reports, 49, 267-283.

190. Black. (1992). Double Duty: Sexually Abused. Random House.

191. Black, C. (1981). It Will Never Happen to Me. Denver: MAC Publishing.

192. Black, C. (1985). Repeat After Me. MAC Publishing.

193. Black, C. (1989). It's Never too Late to have a Happy Childhood. Valentine Books.

194. Black, D. W. (1998). Recognition and treatment of obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders. In RP Swinson (Ed.), Obsessive-compulsive disorder: Theory, research, and treatment. New York: Guilford.

195. Black, D. W. (2000). The epidemiology and phenomenology of compulsive sexual behavior. CNS Spectrums, 5(26), 31-35, 72.

196. Black, D. W., Kehrberg, L. D., Flumerfelt, D. L., & Schlosser, S. S. (1997). Characteristics of 36 subjects reporting compulsive sexual behavior. American Journal of Psychiatry, 154, 242-249.

197. Black, D. W., Kehrberg, L. L. D., Flumerfelt, D. L., & Schlosser, S. S. (1997). Characteristics of 36 subjects reporting compulsive sexual behavior. American Journal of Psychiatry, 154, 243-249.

198. Black, D. W., Kehrberg, L. L. D., Flumrfelt, D. L., & Schlosser, S. S. (1997). Characteristics of 36 subjects reporting compulsive sexual behavior. American Journal of Psychiatry, 154, 243-249. (N)

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