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1 Dabney, M. L. (1984). Incest Annotated Bibliography. Dabney.

2 D'Addario, L. (1977). Sexual relationship between female clients and male therapists. San Diego: California School of Professional Psychology.

3 Dahlberg, C. C. (1970). Sexual contact between patient and therapist. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 6(2), 107-124.

4 Dahlheimer, D. (1990). Creative approaches to healing sexual abuse trauma. The Sexually Abused Male, 2, 91-98. (N)

5 Daichman, G. (1990). Misconduct in the Medieval Nunnery: Fact, not Fiction. In That Gentle Strength. eds. Lynda Coon, Katherine Haldane, and Elisabeth Sommer. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.

6 Dallavalle, N. A. (1996). Power and Gender and Religion. The ISTI Sun, 2 no.1.

7 Dalley, T. (?). Images of Art Therapy: New Developments in Theory and Practice.

8 Daly, R. J. (1984). Christian Biblical Ethics: From Biblical Revelation to Contemporary Christian Praxis. New York: Paulist Press.

9 Daniel, W. (1950). The Life of Ailred, Abbot of Rievaulx. London: Nelson.

10 Daniels/Scott. (?). Paperdolls. Recovery.

11 Daro, D. (1988). Confronting Child Abuse. New York: Free Press.

12 Darwin, C. (1859). The origin of species. London: Murray.

13 Darwin, C. (1871). The descent of man, and selection in relation to sex. New York: Appleton.

14 Darwin, C. (1872). The expression of the emotions in man and in animals. New York: Appleton.

15 Daugherty, L. B. (1984). Why Me? Help for victims of child sexual abuse. Racine,WI: Mother Courage Press.

16 Davidovich, A. (1993). Religion as a province of meaning: The Kantian foundations of modern theology (xvii ed.). Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

17 Davidson, H. R. E. (1993). The lost beliefs of northern Europe (viii ed.). New York: Routledge.

18 Davie, D. (1993). The eighteenth-century hymn in England (xi ed.). New York: Cambridge Univ. Press.

19 Davies, C. (1982). Sexual Taboos and Social Boundaries. American Journal of Sociology, 87, 1032-1063.

20 Davies, J. M., & Frawley, M. G. (1994). Treating the Adult Survivor of Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Psychoanalytic Perspective. Chicago,IL: Stern's Book Svc.

21 Davin, P., Dunbar, T., & Hislop, J. (1999). Female Sexual Abusers. Brandon: The Safer Society Press.

22 Davin, P., Hislop, C., & Dunbar, T. (1999). Famale Sexual Abusers: Three Views. Brandon: Safer Society Press.

23 Davis, A. (1985). Violence Against Women and the Ongoing Challenge to Racism. Latham, NY: Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press.

24 Davis, C. (1993). Religion and the making of society: Essay in social theology (xiv ed.). New York: Cambridge University Press.

25 Davis, G., & Leitenberg, H. (1987). Adolescent sex offenders. Psychological Bulletin, 101, 417-427.

26 Davis, H. (1936). Moral and Pastoral Theology. London: Sheed & Ward.

27 Davis, L. (1991). Allies in Healing: When The Person You Love Was Sexually Abused As a Child. New York: Harper Perennial.

28 Davis, L. (1990). The Courage to Heal Workbook: For Women and Men Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse. New York: Harper & Row.

29 Davis, L. (1992). The Self of the Therapist: The Courage to Quit: A Burnout Quiz for Therapist-Survivors. Treatment Abuse Today, 2.

30 Davis, L. (2002). I Thought We'd Never Speak Again. New York: HarperCollins Publishers.

31 Davis, L. (1991). Murdered memory: It doesn't seem like the sort of thing you'd forget. Imagine. Health, 5,3, 78-84.

32 Davis, N. Z., & Farge, A. (1993). A History of Women in the West: III. Renaissance and Enlightenment Paradoxes. Cambridge,MA: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.

33 Davis, N. (1990). Once Upon a Time: 88 TherapeuticStroies to Heal Abused Childrenin Both Genders. Chicago, IL: Stern's Book Svc.

34 Dawkins, R. (1976). The selfish gene. New York: Oxford University Press.

35 Dawkins, R. (1992). The Extended Phenotype: The Long Reach of the Gene. New York: Oxford University Press.

36 Day, M. (1981). Process in classical psychodynamic groups. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 31, 153-174.

37 Day, N. (1989). Survivor: Music About the Experience and Recovery From Sexual Assault. Chicago: Stern's books.

38 Day, P. D. (1993). The liturgical dictionary of Eastern Christianity (viii ed.). Collegeville: The Liturgical Press.

39 Day, W. (1988). Hermeneutics and behaviorism. American Psychologist, Febuary.

40 Dayee, F. (1984). Private Zone. Warner Books.

41 Dayton, T. (2000). Trauma and addiction: Ending the cycle of through emotional literacy. Deerfield Beach: Health Communications.

42 De Angelis, B. (1993). Are You the One for Me? Knowing Who's Right and Avoiding Who's Wrong. Dell.

43 Deary, I. J., Bedford, A., & Fowkes, F. G. R. (1995). The personality deviance scales: Their development, associations, factor structure and restructuring. Personality and Individual Differences, 19(3), 275-291.

44 De Busk, D., & Weiss, D. (1993). Women Who Love Sex Addicts. Fort Worth, TX: Discovery Press.

45 DeCamp, J. (1992). The Franklin Cover-Up : Child Abuse, Satanism and Murder in Nebraska. Chicago,IL: Stern's book.

46 De Cook, K. M., Selik, R., Soro, B., Gayle, H., & Colebunders, R. L. (1991). AIDS surveilance in Africa: A reappraisal of case definitions. Education and Debate, 303, 1185-1188.

47 Deed, M. (1988). Clinical conflicts with in the child sex abuse arena. A Journal of Reviews and Commentary in Mental Health, 3:4, 11-15.

48 De Francis, V. (1969). Protecting the Child Victims of Sex Crimes Committed by Adults.

49 DeJong, A. (1980). Epidemiologic factors in sexual abuse of boys. American Journal of Diseases of Children, 134:225.

50 DeKeseredy, W., & MacLeod, L. (1998). Woman Abuse: A Sociological Story. Toronto: Harcourt Brace.

51 Delaney. (1991). Breakthrough Dreaming. Bantam.

52 DeLeon, P. H., Folen, R. A., Jennings, F. L., & Willis, D. J. (1991). The case for prescription privileges: A logical evolution of professional practice. Journal of Clinical Child Psychologay. [Special issue: Child psychpharmacology, 20, 254-267.

53 DeLeon, P. H., VandenBos, G. R., Sammons, M. T., & Frank, R. G. (1998). Changing health care environment in the United States: Steadily evolving into the 21st century. In: Comprehensive clinical psychology: Professional issues. (Series eds: A. S. Bellack; M. Hersen) (Vol. Ed. A. N. Wiens) (1st ed., Vol. 2). Great Britain: Elsevier Science.

54 DeLeon, P. H., & Wiggins, J. G. (1996). Prescription privileges for psychologists. American Psychologist, 51, 225-229.

55 Deleuze, G., & Guattari, F. (1983). Anti-Oedipus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

56 Delmonico, D. (1997). Cybersex: High tech sex addiction. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol. 4, 159-167.

57 Delmonico, D., & Carnes, P. (1999). Virtual sex addiction: When cybersex becomes the drug of choice. Cyberpsychology and Behavior, 2(5), 457-463.

58 Delmonico, D., Griffin, E., & Moriart, J. (2001). Unhooking from Cybersex: A Workbook.. Center City: Hazelden Press.

59 Delmonico, D. L., & Griffin, E. J. (1997). Conceptualizing problematic sexual behavior:A working model. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, Vol.19 No.3, 225-241.

60 Delmonico, D., Bubenzer, D., & West, J. (1998). Assessing sexual addiction with the sexual dependency inventory-revised. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol.5 No.3, 179-187.

61 Delmonico, D. L. (2001). Altering the Bible: Changing the Diagnostic and Statistic Manual. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 8(3-4), 185-186.

62 Delmonico, D. L. (19??). Cybersex: High tech sex addiction. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol.4 no.2.

63 Delomonico, D. L., & Griffen, E. (1997). Classifying problematic sexual behavior: A working model. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 4, 91-104.

64 Delong, A. (1985). The sexually abused child: A comparison of male and female victims. Child Abuse and Neglect, 9 (4), 576-586.

65 DelPo, E. G., & Koontz, M. A. (1991). Group Therapy with Mothers of Incest Victims, Part 1: Structure, Leader Attributes, and Contertransference. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 5(2), 64-69.

66 Delson, N., & Clark, M. (1981). Group therapy with sexually molested children. Child Welfare, 60:3, 175-182.

67 DeLugach, S. (1999). Indigenous Models Of Healing And Sexuality: Restoring Sexual Balance. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol.6 No.2, 137-150.

68 Delumeau, J. (1990). Sin and Fear: The Emergence of a Western Guilt Culture 13th - 18th Centuries. New York: St. Martin's Press.

69 De Mause. (1984). Foundations Of Psychohistory. Creative Roots.

70 Demause, L. (1991). The Universality of Incest. Journal of Psychohistory, 19, 123-164.

71 de Mause, L. (1994). The history of child abuse. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 1, 77-91.

72 DeMause, L. (Ed.). (1974). The History of Childhood. New York: Psychohistory Press.

73 DeMause, L. (1990). The History of Child Assault. Journal of Psychohistory, 18, 1-29.

74 Demetrakopoulos, S. (1983). Listening to Our Bodies: The Rebirth of Feminine Wisdom. Boston: Beacon Press.

75 D'Emilio, J., & Freedman, E. (1988). Intimate Matters: A History of Sexuality in America. New York: Harper & Row.

76 den Boer, J. A., & Westenberg, H. G. M. (1992). Oxytocin in obsessive compulsive disorder. Peptides, 13, 1083-1085.

77 Dennis, W. (1992). Hot and bothered: Sex and love in the nineties. New York: Penguin.

78 Denver Post Staff. (1990). Counselor sentenced for sexual assault. Denver Post, 2B.

79 DePanfilis, D. (1981). Siblings of oedipus: Brothers and sisters of incest victims. Child Welfare, 60:8. (N)

80 DePanfilis, D. (1982). Innocent seducer or innocently seduced? The role of the child incest victim. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 11:1, 56-60.

81 DePanfilis, D. (1985). Incest: An Annotated Bibliography. London: McFarland.

82 DePanfilis, D. (1986). Literature Review of Sexual Abuse. US HHS.

83 Department of Commerce. United States Government. (2000).

84 Derber, C., Schwartz, W., & Magrass, Y. (1990). Power in the Highest Degree. New York: Oxford University Press.

85 Deri, S. (1984). Symbolization and Creativity.

86 DeRiver, J. P. (1949). The sexual criminal: A psychoanalytic study. Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas.

87 De Shazer, S. (1988). Clues: Investigating solutions in brief therapy. New York: WW Norton.

88 Deutsch, R. (1973). The Family Guide to Better Food and Better Health. Bantam.

89 Devereux, G. H. (1939). The social and cultural implications of incest among the Mohave indians. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 8, 510-515.

90 DeVogel, S. H. (1988). Sexual harassment in the church. Christian Ministry, 19, 12-14.

91 Devries, J. (1992). A restorer's reflections. Leadership, 13:1, 118-119.

92 Dewhurst, A. M., & Neilsen, K. (1999). A resiliency based approach to working with sexual offenders. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 4, 271-279.

93 De Young, M. (1982). The Sexual Victimization of Children.

94 Diamond, J. (1983). Looking for love in all the wrong places. New York: Putnam.

95 Dick, A. (1996). Sacred Claims: The "Cult Controversy" as a Struggle over the Right to Religious Label. Religion and the Social Order, 6, 153-185.

96 Dick, A., & Robbins, T. (1995). Negligence, Coercion, and the Protection of Religious Belief. Journal of Church and State, 37(3), 509-536.

97 Didascalos. (1994). Charism of celibacy: A priest's personal story of liberating discovery. Tablet, July, 856-858. (N)

98 Dietx, A., & Button, B. (1991). The Challenges of Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse in Adult Relationships: Obstacles to Intimacy. Treating Abuse Today, 1.

99 Dietz, A. (1991). Electronic Conference for Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse. Treating Abuse Today, 1.1, 23.

100 Dietz, A. (1995). The Controversy Over Recovered Memories: A View from Abroad. Treating Abuse Today, 5.2, 34.

101 Dietz, A., & Button, B. (1991). "Being With..." The Challenges of Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse in Adult Relationships. Treating Abuse Today, 1.1, 11-14.

102 Dijkstra, B. (1986). Idols of Perversity: Fantasies of Feminine Evil in Fin-de-Siecle. New York: Oxford University Press.

103 Dileo. (1980). Children's Drawings As Diagnostic Aids. Brunner.

104 Dileo. (1983). Interpreting Childrens Drawings. Brunner.

105 Dillard, A. (1977). Holy the Firm. New York: HarperCollins.

106 Dillenberger, J. (1971). John Calvin: Selections from His Writings. Garden City: Anchor Books.

107 Dimock, P. (1988). Adult males sexually abused as children. Journal of Interpersonal-Violence, 3 (2), 203-221.

108 Dimock, P. (1988). Myths about male sexual abuse victims. Minneapolis, MN: Worshop handout.

109 Dimock, P. T. (1989). Adults molested As Children: A survivor's manual for women and men. Orwell,VT: The Safer Society Press.

110 Dinnerstein, D. (1976). The Mermaid and the Minotaur: Sexual Arrangements and Human Malaise. New York: Harper & Row.

111 Dinsmore, C. (1991). From Surviving to Thriving: Incest, Feminism, and Recovery. New York: State University NY Press.

112 Dinwiddie, S. H., & Bucholz, K. K. (1993). Psychiatric Diagnoses in Self-Reported Child Abusers. Child Abuse and Neglect, 17, 465-476.

113 Disch, E. (1989). After sexual malpractise: What can you do? Cambridge, MA: Boston Associates to Stop Treatment Abuse.

114 Disch, E. (1989b,Spring). When Intimacy Goes Awry. Woman of Power, 13, 54-57.

115 Disch, E. (1992). After sexual malpractice and when there seem to be no resources in your area. Weston,MA: Ethical Treatment in Health Care.

116 Disch, E. (1992a). Is There Something Wrong or Questionable in your Treatment? Cambridge, MA: Boston Associates to Stop Treatment Abuse.

117 Disch, T. M. (1992). Berry: Lead us Not Into Temptation: Catholic Priests and the Sexual Abuse of Children. National Catholic Reporter, volume 255, 514.

118 DiTomasso, M. J., & Routh, D. K. (1993). Recall of Abuse in Childhood and Three Measures of Disassociation. Child Abuse and Neglect, 17, 477-485.

119 Dixon, J. (19??). The sacramentality of Sex. in Barnhouse and Holmes, 252.

120 Dixon, K. E., Arnold, E., & Calestro, K. (1978). Father-Son Incest: Underrported Psychiatric Problem. American Journal of Psychology, 137:7. (N)

121 Dobash, R. E., & Dobash, R. (1979). Violence against Wives: A Case against the Patriarchy. New York: Free Press.

122 Dobash, R. P., & Dobash, R. E. (1979). Violence Against Wives: A Case Against the Patriarchy. New York: Free Press.

123 Dobbin, F., Edelman, L., Meyer, J., Scott, W. R., & Swidler, A. (1988). The Expansion of Due Process in Organizations. In Institutional Petterns and Organizations: Culture and Environment. ed. Lynn Zucker. Cambridge: Ballinger.

124 Dobson, J. C. (1995). Straight Talk: What Men Need to Know; what Women Should Understand. Dallas: Word.

125 Dobson, J. C. (1996). Love Must be Tought: New Hope for Families in Crisis. Dallas: Word.

126 Dodin, A. C. M. (1993). Vincent de Paul and charity: A contemporary portrait of his life and apostolic spirit. Hyde Park: New City Press.

127 Doe, J. (1991). How Could This Happen? Coping with a False Accusation of Incest and Rape. Issues in Child Abuse Accusations, 3, 154-165.

128 Dolan. (1993). Path With A Heart. New York: Brunner.

129 Dolan, J. P., & Wind, J. P. (Eds.). (1993). New Dimensions in American Religious History: essay in honor of Martin E. Marty (xi ed.). Grand Rapids: Eerdmans.

130 Dolan, Y. M. (1991). Resolving Sexual Abuse: Solution-Focused therapy and Ericksonian hypnosis for Adult Survivors. New York: W.W. Norton.

131 Dolan, Y. (1982). Living Well is the Best Revenge.

132 Doll, L., Joy, D., Bartholow, B., Harrison, J., Bolan, S., Douglas, G., Salizman, J. M., Moss, P. M., & Delgado, W. (1992). Self-report childhood and adolescnet sexual abuse among adult homosexual and bisexual men. Child Abuse and Neglect, 16, 855-864.

133 Doller, T. (1992). Painful but necessary. Leadership, 13:1, 109.

134 Dominian, J. (1993). Dynamics of marriage: love, sex, and growth form a Christian perspective (vi ed.). Mystic: Twenty-Third Publications.

135 Donaforte.L. (1982). I Remembered Myself: The Journal of a survivor of Childhood Sexual Abuse. Ukiah,CA: Donaforte,L.

136 Donahey, K. M., & Carroll, P. A. (1993). Gender differences in factors associated with hyperactive sexual desire. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 19, 25-40.

137 Donaldson, M. A., & Gardner, R. (1985). Diagnosis and treatment of traumatic stress among women after childhood incest. Trauma and its Wake: The study and treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder, Brunner/Mazel, New York.

138 Donaldson, mary A., & Green, S. C. (1987). Incest,Years, After: Learning to Cope Successfully.

139 Donaldson, M. A., & Susan Corder Green. (1987). Incest, Years After: Learning to Cope Successfully. An Educational Guide for Self-Assessment. Chicago,IL: Stern's Book Svc.

140 Donn, L. (1990). Freud and Jung: Years of friendship, years of loss. New York: Collier.

141 Doren, D. M. (1998). Recidivism base rates, predictions of sex offender recidivism, and the "Sexual Predator" commitment laws. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 16, 97-114.

142 Doris, J. (1991). The Suggestibility of Children's Recollections. Washington,DC: American Psychological Association.

143 Dossick. (1988). Creative Therapy-Vol. I. Prof Resource P.

144 Dossick. (1990). Creative Therapy. Vol. II. Prof Resource P.

145 Douglas. (1992). Crime Classification Manual-Pocket Guide. Macmillan.

146 Douglas, J., & Olshaker, M. (1995). Whoever Fights Monsters. New York, NY: St Martin's Press.

147 Dover, K. J. (1978). Greek homosexuality. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

148 Dowling, C. (1991). You Mean I Don't Have to Feel This Way: New Help for Depression Anxiety and Addictions. Bantam.

149 Draucker, C. B. (1993). Counseling Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse. Chicago,IL: Stern's Book Svc.

150 Dreese, J. J. (1994). The other victims of priest pedophilia: An inheritance squandered. Commonweal, 121:8, 11-14.

151 Driscoll, L. N., & Wright, C. (1991). Survivors of childhood ritual abuse: Multi-generational satanic cult involvement. Treating Abuse Today, 1.4, 5-13.

152 Driver, E., & Droisen, A. (Eds.). (1989). Child Sexual Abuse: Feminist Perspectives. London: Macmillan Education Ltd.

153 Dr. Patrick J. Carnes. (1999). Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Volume 6 Number 2.

154 Dr. Patrick J. Carnes. (1999). Editorial: Cybersex, sexual health, and the trasformation of culture... Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol. 6 Number 2, 77-78.

155 Duby, G. (1983). The Knight, the Lady, and the Priest: The Making of Modern Marriage in Medieval France. New York: Pantheon.

156 Duckro, P. N. (1993). Sexual Abuse: A clinical perspective. Update: program for Psychology and Religion, apr., 1-6.

157 D'Udine, B. (1990). The modification of sexual behavior through imprinting: A rodent model. In J.R. Feierman (Ed.), Pedophilia: Biosocial dimensions. New York: Springer-Verlag.

158 Duerr, B., J, & Duerr, G., N. (1991). With the Best of Intentions: The child sexual Abuse Prevention movement. New York: Guilford.

159 Duffy, S. J. (1993). The dynamics of grace: Perspectives in theological anthropology. Collegeville,MN: Michael Glazier Book.

160 Dulles, A. R. (1994). The assurance of things hoped for: A theology of Christian faith (xii ed.). New York: Oxford University Press.

161 Dunlop, J. L. (1988). Does erotomania exist between women? British Journal of Psychiatry, 153, 830-833.

162 Dunn, J. D. G. (1993). The Epistle to the Galatians (xiii ed.). Peabody,MA: Hendrickson Publishers.

163 Dupuis, J. (1994). Who do you say I am? Introduction to christology (vi ed.). Maryknoll,NY: Orbis Books.

164 Duran, M. (1991). Therapist sentenced in sex case. Rocky Mountain News, 30.

165 Durfee, M. (1989). Prevention of child sexual abuse. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, Vol. 12, NO 2.

166 Durkheim, E. (1964). The Division of Labor in Society. New York: The Free Press.

167 Durkin, K. F., & Bryant, C. D. (1995). "Log on to sex": Some notes on the carnal computer and erotic cyberspace as an emerging research frontier. Deviant Behavior: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 16, 179-200.

168 Durrant, M., & Kowaiski, K. (1990). Overcoming the effects of sexual abuse: Developing a self-perception of competence. Ideas for Therapy with Sexual Abuse.

169 Durrant, M., & Kowalski, K. (1989). Sexual abuse: Assisting a transition from victim to person. Epping, SW Australia: Eastwood Family Therapy Centre.

170 Durrant, M., & White, C. (1990). Ideas for Therapy with Sexual Abuse. Adelaide, South Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications.

171 Dushay, L. J. (1943). The boy sex offender and his later career. New York: Grune and Stratton, Inc.

172 Dutton, D. (1988). The Domestic Assault. Allyn & Bacon.

173 Dutton, D. (1997). The Batterer: A Psycholigical Perspective. Scranton, PA: Harper Collins/Basic Books.

174 Dutton, M. A. (1992). Empowering and healing the battered woman. New York: Springer.

175 Dworkin, A. (1979). Pronography: Men Possessing Women. New York: A Perigee Book.

176 Dwyer, J. A. (1994). The New Dictionary of Catholic Social thought (xxxi ed.). Collegeville: The Liturgical Press.

177 Dwyer, M. (1990). Reduction of sex offender paraphilic fantasies. Psychology and Human Sexuality, 3.

178 Dwyer, M. (1990). Treatment outcome study: 17 years after sex offender treatment. University of Minnestoa Program in Human Sexuality, Suite 180, 1300 South 2nd Street, Minneapolis, MN 55455, In Press.

179 Dwyer, M., & Amberson, J. I. (1985). Sex offender treatment program: A follow-up study. The American Journal of Social Psychiatry, Vol. 4.

180 Dwyer, M., & Coleman, E. (19??). Assesment of the adult alleged offender. University of Minnesota Program in Human Sexuality, Suite 180, 1300 South 2nd Street, Minneapolis, MN 55455, In Press.

181 Dwyer, M., & Myers, S. (1990). Sex offender treatment: A six-month to ten year follow-up study. Annals of Sex Research, Vol. 3, 305-318.

182 Dwyer, M., & Rosser, B. R. S. (1992). Treatment outcome research crossreferencing a six-month to ten year follow-up study on sex offenders. Annals of Sex Research, Vol. 5, 87-97.

183 Dwyer, S. M., & Amberson, J. I. (1989). Behavioral Patterns and Personality Characteristics of 56 Sex Offenders: A Preliminary Study. Journal of Psychology and Human Sexuality, 2, 105-118.

184 Dyrud, J. (1993). On screening seminarians. Orgins, 23:5, 79-80.

185 Dywan, J., & Bowers, K. (1983). The Use of Hypnosis to Enhance Recall. Science, 222, 184-185.

186 Dziech, B. W., & Schudson, C. B. (1989). On trial: America's courts and their Treatment of Sexually Abused Children. Boston,MA: Beacon Press.

187 Dziech, B. W., & Weiner, L. (1990). The Lecherous Professor: Sexual Harassment on Campus. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

188 Dzienkowski, J. S. (Ed.). (1991). Selected Statutes, Rules and Standards on the Legal Profession. St. Paul: West Publishing Company.