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1. Factor, M. T. (1954). Women's psychological reaction to attempted rape. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 23, 243-244.

2. Faderman, L. (1981). Surpassing the Love of Men: Love Between Women from the Renaissance to the Present. New York: William Morrow & Co.

3. Fager, C. (1998). "100 Million Missing in Great Ministries Scandal. Christianity Today, 4. (N)

4. Fahy, M. (1989). The Tree That Survived the Winter: A Children's Story About Surviving. Chicago: Stern's books.

5. Falco. (?). Psychotherapy With Lesbian Clients. New York: Brunner.

6. Falkenhain, M., Duckro, P., Hughes, H., Rossetti, S., & Gfeller, J. (1999). Cluster analysis of child sexual offenders: A validation with Roman Catholic Priests and Brothers. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 4, 317-335.

7. Faller, K. (1987). Women who sexually abuse children. Violence and Victims, 2(4), 263-274.

8. Faller, K. (1989). Characteristics of a clinical sample of sexually abused children: How boys and girls differ. Child Abuse and Neglect, 13, 281-291.

9. Faller, K. (1993). Child Sexual Abuse: Intervention and Treatment Issues. Washington,D.C.: National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect.

10. Faller, K. C. (Ed.). (1988). Child Sexual Abuse: An Interdisciplinary Manual for Diagnosis, Case Management, and Treatment. New York: Columbia University Press.

11. Faller, K. C. (1989). Child Sexual Abuse: An Interdisciplinary Manual For Diagnosis, Case Management and Treatment. New York: Columbia University Press.

12. Faller, K. C. (1990). Understanding Child Sexual Maltreatment. Newbury,Park,CA: Sage Publications,Inc.

13. Faludi, S. (1991). Backlash: The Undeclared War Against American Women. New York: Crown Publishers.

14. Farber, E. (1984). The sexual abuse of children: A comparison of male and female victims. Journal of clinical, 13 (3), 294-297.

15. Faries, A. (1997). Adult survivors of sexual abuse: Effects on fantasy. Sexual Addiciton & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, Vol.4, 137-146.

16. Farley, L. (1980). Is Nothing Sacred? When Sex Invades the Pastoral Relationship. San Francisco: Harper & Row.

17. Farley, L. (1980). Sexual Shakedown: The Sexual harassment of Women on the Job. New York: Warner Books.

18. Farley, M. A. (1978). Sexual Ethics. Encyclopedia of Bioethics, 4.

19. Farmer, S. (1989). Adult Children of Abusive Parents. New York: Ballantine Books.

20. Farrell, T. J., & Paul, S. A. (Eds.). (1993). Communication and Lonergan: Common ground for forging the new age (xxxvii ed.). Kansas City, MO: Sheed & Ward.

21. Faulkner, B. (1986). Forced Termination. Nashville: Broadman.

22. Favazza, A., & Conterio, K. (1988). The Flight of the Chronic Self-Mutilator. Community Mental Health Journal, 24, 22-30.

23. Favazza, A. R. (1987). Bodies under Siege: Self-Mutilation in Culture and Psychiatry. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University.

24. Fay, J. (Ed.). (1979). He Told Me Not To Tell. King Country Rape Relief.

25. Fearing, J. (1998). Intervention and the sexually addicted patient. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 5 no.1, 15-26.

26. Federick. (?). Domestic Violence: Train Manual For MHP's. R & E Pubns.

27. Federoff, J. P., Wisner-Carlson, R., Dean, S., & Berlin, F. S. (1992). Sex offender treatment: Psychological and medical approaches. New York: The Haworth Press,Inc.

28. Fedora, O. et al. (1992). Sadism and other paraphilias in noromal controls and aggressive and nonaggressive sex offenders. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 21(1), 1-15.

29. Fedoroff. (1995). Antiandrogens vs. serotonergic medications in the treatment of sex offenders: A preliminary compliance study? Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 4, 111-122.

30. Fedoroff, J. P. (1993). Serotonergic drug treatment of deviant sexual interests. Annals of Sex Research, 6, 105-121.

31. Fedoroff, J. P., & Fedoroff, I. C. (1992). Buspirone and paraphilic sexual behavior. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 18, 89-108.

32. Feierman, J. R. (Ed.). (1990). A biosocial overview of adult human sexual behavior with children and adolescents. In, Pedophilia: Biosocial dimensions. New York: Springer-Verlag.

33. Feierman, J. R. (1994). Pedophilia: Paraphilic attraction to children, In J.J. Krivacska & J. Money (Eds.), The handbook of forensic sexology: Biomedical and criminological perspectives. Amherst: Prometheus.

34. Feierman, J. R. (Ed.). (1990). Pedophila: Biosocial Dimensions. New York, New York: Springer Verlag.

35. Feighner, J. P., Robins, E., Guze, S. B., Woodruff, R. A., Winokur, G., & Munoz, R. (1972). Diagnostic criteria for use in psychiatric research. Archives of General Psychiatry, 26, 57-63.

36. Feigl, H. (1967). The "mental" and the "physical". Minneapolis: University of Minnesota.

37. Feigl, H. (1981). Inquiries and provocations. Dordrecht, Holland: Reidel.

38. Fein, E., & Bishop, G. V. (1987). Child sexual abuse: Treatment for the offender. The Journal of Contemporary Social Work, 68, 122-124.

39. Feinauer, L. (1989). Relationship of treatment to adjustment in women sexually abused in childhood. American Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, vol. 17, 326-334.

40. Feinauer, L. L. (1989). Sexual Dysfunction in Women Sexually Abused as Children. Contemporary Family Therapy, 11, 299-309.

41. Feinauer, L. (1989). Comparison of long-term effects of child abuse by type of abuse and by relationship of the offender to the victim. American Journal of Family Therapy, Vol.17 no.1, 48-56.

42. Feinberg, C. (1993). Leaping Souls: Rabbi Menachem Mendel and the spirit of Kotzk (xviii ed.). Hoboken, NJ: KTAV Publishing House.

43. Feinberg, R. A. L. (1981). Sex and the Pulpit. London: Methuen Books.

44. Feister, J. (1994). How the church is confronting clergy sexual abuse. St. Anthony's Messenger, 101 (9), 28-35. (N)

45. Feister, J. B. (1993). Legal dispute waged over Priest's files. National Catholic Reporter, 29:15, 8.

46. Feld, S. L., & Straus, M. A. (1989). Escalation and desistance of wife assault in marriage. Criminology, 27(1), 141-161.

47. Feldman, C. C. (1993). Lessons in Evil Lessons From the Light: A True Story of Satanic Abuse and Spiritual Healing. Chicago: Stern's books.

48. Feldman, D. (1974). Marital Relations, Birth Control and Abortion in Jewish Law (Vol. 47). New York: Schocken Books.

49. Feldman, L. H. (1993). Jew and Gentile in the ancient world: Attitudes and interactions from Alexander to Justinian (xii ed.). Princeton: Princeton University Press.

50. Feldmeth, J. R., & Finley, M. W. (1990). We Weep for Ourselves and Our Children: A Christian Guide for Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse. Harper SF.

51. Felman-Summers, S., & Jones, G. (1984). Psychological impacts of sexual contact between therapists or other health care practitioners and their clients. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 52(6), 1054-1061.

52. Fenichel, O. (1945). The psychoanalitic theory of neurosis. New York: W.W. Norton.

53. Ferder, F., & Heagle, J. (1992). Your Sexual Self: Pathway to Authentic Intimacy. Notre Dame: Ave Maria Press.

54. Ferguson, H. (1990). Rethinking Child Protection Practices: A Case for History. In The Violence Against Children Study Group. Taking Child Abuse Seriously: Contemporary Issues in Child Protection Theory and Practice, 121-142.

55. Fernandez, E. (1997). The new frontier: Net sex. San Francisco Examiner, 14.

56. Ferraro, K. (1989). Policing Women Battering. Social Problems, 36, 61-74. (N)

57. Ferree, M. C. (2001). Females and Sex Addicition: Myths and Diagnostic Implications. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 8(3-4), 287-300.

58. Festinger, L. (1957). A Theory of Cognitive Dissonance. Stanford,CA: Standford University Press.

59. Feund, K., Scher, H., & Hucker, S. (1983). The courtship disorders. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 12, 369-379.

60. Fichter, J. H. (1994). German women and married clergy. America, April, 12-15.

61. Figley, C. R. (1985). Rauma and its Wake, Volume 1: The study and Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress and Disorder (Vol. Volume 1). New York, NY: Brunner/Mazel Publishers.

62. Finch, S. (1973). Sexual abuse by mothers. Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 7:1, 191.

63. Findelhor, D., & Baron, L. (1986). High-risk children. In D. Finkelhor with S. Araji, L. Baron, A. Browne,S.D. Peters, and G.E. Wyatt. A sourcebook on child sexual abuse.

64. Fine, G. (1997). Scandal, Social Conditions, and the Creation of Public Attention: Fatty Arbuckle and the "Problem of Hollywood". Social Problems, 44, 297-323.

65. Finekelhor, D. A. (1986). A Sourcebook on Children Sexual Abuse. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

66. Finkelhor. (1987). License To Rape: Sexual Abuse Of Wives. Macmillan.

67. Finkelhor, D. (1979). What's wrong with sex between adults and children? Ethics and the problem of sexual abuse. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, vol 49, 692-697.

68. Finkelhor, D. (1979). Sexually Victimized Children. New York: The Free Press.

69. Finkelhor, d. (1980). Sex among siblings. Archives of Orthopsychiatry, 9:3, 171-94.

70. Finkelhor, D. (1984). Child Sexual Abuse: New Theory and Research. New York: The Free Press.

71. Finkelhor, D. (1984). How Widespread is Child Sexual Abuse? Children Today, 13, 18-20.

72. Finkelhor, D. (1985). Sexual abuse of boys. Rape and sexual assault.

73. Finkelhor, D. (1986). A sourcebook on child sexual abuse. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

74. Finkelhor, D. (1986). Sexual Abuse: Beyond the family systems approach. New York: Haworth Press.

75. Finkelhor, D. (1987). The trauma of child sexual abuse: Two models. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Vol. 2, 348-365.

76. Finkelhor, D. (1987). The sexual abuse of children: Current research reviewed. Psychiatric Annals, 17, 233-241.
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77. Finkelhor, D., & Araji, S. (1983). Explanation of pedophilia-a four factor model. New Hampshire University Family Violence Program, Durham.

78. Finkelhor, D., Arzji, S., Baron, L., Browne, A., Peters, S. D., & Wyatt, G. E. (1986). A sourcebook on child sexual abuse. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications. (N)

79. Finkelhor, D., & Brown, A. (1985). The impact of child sexual abusea: A conceptualizing. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 55:4, 530-541.

80. Finkelhor, D., & Browne, A. (1986). Initial and long-term effects: A conceptual framework. In D. Finkelhor with S. Arafi, L. Baron, A. Browne, S.D. Peters, and E. Wyatt. A sourcebook on child sexual abuse.

81. Finkelhor, D., Hotaling, G., Lewis, I., & Smith, C. (1990). Sexual Abuse in a National Survey of Adult Men and Women: Prevalence Characteristics, and Risk Factors. Child Abuse and Neglect, 14, 19-28.

82. Finkelhor, D., Mitchell, K. J., & Wolak, J. (2000). Online victimization: A report on the nation's youth. National Center for Missing and Exploited Youth. [On-line]. http://www.missingkids.com/.

83. Finkelhor, D., & Yllo, K. (Eds.). (1983). Rape in Marriage: A Sociological View. In The Dark Side of Families. eds. David Finkelhor, Richard Gelles, G. Hotaling, and Murray Struass. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications.

84. Finkelhor, D., & Browne, A. (1985). The Traumatic Impact of Child Sexual Abuse: A Conceptualization. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 55 no.4, 530-541.

85. Finklehor, D. (1984). Child sexual abuse: New theory and research. New York: The Free Press.

86. Finklehor, D. (1988). An epidemiological approach to the study of child molestation. New York: In Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.

87. Finlayson, M. A. J. (2000). Sexuality After Head Injury. (N)

88. Finlayson, R., Schneider, J., Wan, M., Irons, R., & Sealy, J. (1999). Sexual Addiction Portrayed In Cinema. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol.6 No.2, 151-159.

89. Finley, B. (1990). Therapist faces sex charges. Denver Post, 3B.

90. Finn, T. (1993). Intimate bedfellows: love, sex, and the Catholic Church. Boston: St. Paul Books & Media.

91. Finney, L. D. (1990). Reach for the Rainbow: Advanced Healing for Survivors of Sexual Abuse.

92. Fiorenza, E. S. (Ed.). (1993). Searching the Scriptures. Volume one: A feminist introduction (xiii ed.). New York: Crossroad.

93. Fiorenza, E. S., & Copeland, M. S. (1994). Violence Against Women. London: Orbis Press.

94. Fireman, J. (1991). Pedophilia: biosocial demensions. New York: Springer-Verlag.

95. Firestone, R. (1988). Book and Video Reviews: Voice Therapy. New York: Human Sciences Press.

96. Firmage, E., & Mangrum, R. (1988). Zion in the Courts. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

97. Fischer, J. A. (1987). PRIESTS: Images, Ideals, and Changing Roles. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company.

98. Fischer, K. (1988). Women at the Well. Pailist Press.

99. Becker-Fischer, M., Fischer, G., Heyne, C., & Jerouschek, G. (1995). Sexuelle Ubergriffe in Psychotherapie und Psychiatrie. Dokumentation: Materialien zur Frauenpolitik Nr.51. Bundesministerium fur Familie, Seniorien.

100. Fischer, N. (1991). On teachers and students. Buddhist Peace Fellowship, Spring, 21.

101. Fishburn, JanetF. (1982). Male clergy adultery as voctional confusion. Christian Century, 99, 922-25.

102. Fisher, H. (2000). Lust, attraction, attachment: Biology and evolution of the the three primary emotion systmens for mating, reproduction, and parenting. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 25(4).

103. Fisher, H. E. (1992). Anatomy of Love: The Natural History of Monogamy, Adultery, and Divorce. New York: W.W. Norton.

104. Fisher, H. E. (1998). Lust, attraction, and attachment in mammalian reproduction. Human Nature, 9, 23-52. (N)

105. Fisher, J. (1989). Mothers of the Disappeared. Boston: South End Press.

106. Fitch, J. H. (1962). Men convicted of sexual offenses against children: A descriptive follow-up study. British Journal of Criminology, 3, 18-37.

107. Fitch, W. L. (1998). Sex offender commitment in the United States. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry, 9, 237-240.

108. Fitzgerald, F. S. (1933). Tender is the Night. New York, NY: Scribner.

109. Fjerkenstad, J. (1999). Exploring the crossroads between victims, perpetrators, and spirituality. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 4, 337-348.
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112. Flanigan, B. (1994). Forgiving the Unforgivable. Indianapolis, IN: MacMillian.

113. Flatt, B. (1994). The misuse of power and sex in helping relationships. Restoration Quarterly, 36:2, 101-110.

114. Fletcher, J. (1967). Moral Responsibility: Situation Ethics at Work. Philadelphia: Westminster, Press.

115. Flor-Henry, P., Koles, Z. J., & Frenzel, R. R. (1988). Quantitative EEG investigations of genital exhibitionism. Annual of Sex Research, 49, 49-92.

116. Foa, E. B., Rothbaum, B. O., Riggs, D. S., & Murdock, T. B. (1991). Treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder in rape victims: A comparison between cognitive-behavioral procedures and counseling. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 59, 715-723.

117. Fogel, G. I., & Myers, W. A. (1991). Perversions and Near-Perversions in Clinical Practice. New Haven: Yale University Press.

118. Foley, J. (1994). Creativity and the roots of the liturgy (x ed.). Washington: The Patoral Press.

119. Folkert, K. W. (1993). Scripture and community: Collected essays on the Jains (xxvii ed.). Atlanta: Scholars Press.

120. Folsum, M. (1989). Catching Fire: Men Coming Alive in Recovery. Harper and Row.

121. Foote, C. (1994). Survivor Prayers: Talking with God about Childhood Sexual Abuse. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox.

122. Ford. (1989). Where Healing Waters Meet. Talman.

123. Ford, C. (1960). Sex offenses: An anthropological perspective. Law and Contemporary Problems, 25(2), 225-248.

124. Ford, J. T., & Swan, D. J. (1993). Twelve Tales Untold: a study guide for ecumenical reception (x ed.). Grand Rapids: Eerdmans.

125. Ford, M. E., & Liney, J. A. (1995). Comparative analysis of juvenile sexual offenders, violent nonsexual offenders, and status offenders. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 10 no.1, 56-70.

126. Fore, W. F. (1987). Television and Religion: The Shaping of Faith, Values, and Culture. Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House.

127. Forrester, D. B. (1987). Martin Luther and John Calvin. In, Leo Straus and Joseph Cropsey (eds.), History of Political Philosophy. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

128. Forte, B. (1993). He loved them to the end:Thological meditations on love and eucharist. Boston: St. Paul Books & Media.

129. Fortunato, J. E. (1983). Embracing the Exile: Healing Journeys of Gay Christians. New York: Seabury.

130. Fortune, M. (1991). Betrayal of the pastoral relationahip: Sexual contact by pastors and pastoral counselors. Psychotherapists' Sexual Involvement with Clients.

131. Fortune, M. (1991). Violence in the Family: A Workshop Curriculum for Clergy and Other Helpers. Ohio: The Pilgrim Press.

132. Fortune, M. (1994). Sexual Abuse by Clergy: A Crisis for the Church. Journal of Pastoral Care Publishing.

133. Fortune, M. (1995). Keeping the Faith: Guidance for Christian Women Facing Abuse. San Francisco: Harper.

134. Fortune, M. (1995). Love Does no Harm: Sexual Ethics for the Rest of Us. New York: Continuum.

135. Fortune, M. M. (1995). Picking Up the Broken Pieces. Church and Society, January/February, 36-47. (N)

136. Fortune, M. (1987). Is Nothing Sacred? When Sex Invades the Pastoral Relationship. San Francisco: Harper & Row.

137. Fortune, M. (Ed.). (1989). Is Nothing Sacred? When Sex Invades the Pastoral Relationship. Harper and Row.

138. Fortune, M. (1999). The Problem with False Shepards. Journal of Religion and Abuse, 1, 91-101.

139. Fortune, M., & Poling, J. (19??). Calling to accountability: The Church's response to abusers. Adams and Fortune, 451-463. (N)

140. Fortune, M. M., Wood, F. E., Stellas, E. A., Lindsay, D. W., & Voelkel, R. (1992). Clergy Misconduct: Sexual Abuse in the Ministerial Relationship.

141. Forward, S., & Buck, C. (1988). Betrayal of Innocence: Incest and Its Devastation. New York: Penguin Books.

142. Forward, S. (1989). Toxic Parents: Overcoming Their Hurtful Legacy and Reclaiming Your life. New York: Bantam.

143. Fossum, M., & Mason, M. (1989). Facing shame: Families in recovery. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.

144. Fossum, M. A., & Mason, M. J. (1986). Facing Shame: Families in Recovery. New York: Norton.

145. FossumM, & Mason, M. (1986). Facing shame: Families in recovery. New York: W.W. Norton.

146. Foster, C. (1993). The Family Patterns Workbook.

147. Foster, L. (1981). Religion and Sexuality. New York: Oxford University Press.

148. Foucault, M. (1978). The History of Sexuality (Vol. Vol. 1). New York: Pantheon.

149. Foucault, M. (1986). The Use of Pleasure, Vol.2 of The History of Sexuality. New York: Vintage Books.

150. Foucault, M. (1986). The Care of the Self Vol. 3 of The History of Sexuality. New York: Pantheon.

151. Foucault, M. (1985). James Lexture at the New York Institute for the Humanities. In M. Blonsky (Ed.), On Signs (pp. 365-372). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University.

152. Fox, J. (1962). Sibling incest. British Journal of Sociology, 13, 128-150.

153. Fox, R. (1983). The Red Lamp of Incest: An Esquire into the Origins of Mind and Society. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press.

154. Fox, T., & Berry, J. (1993). As a nation discusses pedophilia, even pope admits it's a problem. National Catholic Reporter, July, 2-3.

155. Fox, T. C. (1993). "Bernardin: I have never abused anyone". National Catholic Reporter, 30:6, 3.

156. Fox, T. C. (1996). Your love is better than wine. America, Feburary 10, 26-27.

157. Foy, D. W., Nunn, L. B., & Rychtarik, R. G. (1984). Broad-spectrum behavioral treatment for chronic alcoholics: Effects of training controlled drinking skills. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2, 218-230.

158. Fraad, H. (1993). Children as an exploited class. Journal of Psychohistory, 21(1), 37-51.

159. Fragley, kent. (1989). Salting the truth. Sunstone, September, 47-48. (N)

160. Fraisse, G., & Perrot, M. (1993). A History of Women in the West: IV. Emerging Feminism from Revolution to World War. Cambridge,MA: Harvard University Press.

161. France, D. A., Carson, R. T., Motyer, J. A., & Wenham, G. J. (1994). New Bible Commentary (xiii ed.). Grove,IL: InterVarsity Press.

162. Frances, R. J., & Miller, S. I. (Eds.). (1998). Addiction treatment: Overview. In RJ Frances and SI Miller (Eds.), Clinical textbook of addiction disorders (2nd ed.). New York: Guilford.

163. Franchot, J. (1994). Roads to Rome: the Antebellum Protestant encounter with Catholicism (xxvii ed.). Berkeley: University of California Press.

164. Frank, D. H. (Ed.). (1993). A people apart: Chosenness and ritual in Jewish philosophical thought (vi ed.). Albany: State University of New York Press.

165. Frank, D. (1990). When Victims Marry. Nelson Thomas Publishers.

166. Frank, S. (1989). My Father's House: A Memoir of Incest and of Healing. HarperCollins.

167. Frankena, W. K. (1973). Ethics. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall.

168. Franklin, B., de Bory, G., Lavoisier, A. L., Bailly, J. S., Majault, S., d'Arcet, J., Guillotin, J., & Le Roy, J. B. (1965). Secret report on mesmerism on animal magnetism. In R. E. Shor and M. T. Orne (Eds.), The Nature of Hypnosis: Selected Basic Readings. New York, NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston.

169. Franklin, J. L. (1992). Mass. Catholics fault church on handling of sex charges. Boston Globe, July 26, 8.

170. Franklin, JamesL. (1993). Child sexual abuse ... Observers say church, media, society might share blame. News Reporter, July.

171. Fraser, B. G. (1978). A glance at the past, a gaze at the present, a glimpse at the future: A critical analysis of the development of child abuse reporting statutes. Chicago-Kent Law Review, 54(3), 641-686.

172. Frayser, S. G. (1994). Defining norman childhood sexuality: An anthropological approach. Annual Review of Sex Research, Vol. 5.

173. Fraze, B. (1993). Canadian bishops move vigorously on sex abuse problems. National Catholic Reporter, 29:33, 3.

174. Frederickson, R. (1992). Repressed Memories: A journey to recovery from sexual abuse. New York: Parkside, Simon & Schuster.

175. Fredrickson, R. (1992). Repressed Memories: A Journey of Recovery from Sexual Abuse. New York: Fireside Books.

176. Freeman, L., & Roy, J. (1976). Betrayal. New York, NY: Stein & Day.

177. Freeman, L. (1986). It's MY Body. Parenting Press.

178. Freeman, L., & Roy, J. (1976). The True Story of the First Woman to Successfully Sue Her Psychiatrist for Using Sex in the Guise of Therapy. New York: Stein and Day.

179. Freeman-Longo, R., & Bays, L. (1989). Why did I do it again?: Understanding my cycle of problem behaviors. Brandon, VT: Safer Society Press.

180. Freeman-Longo, R. E. (2000). Children,Teens, and Sex on the Internet. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 7, 75-90.

181. Freeman-Longo, R. E., & Bays, L. (1988). Who am I and why am I in treatment? A guided workbook for clients in evaluation and beginning treatment. Orwell,VT: Safer Society Press.

182. Freeman-Longo, R. E., & Blanchard, G. T. (1998). Sexual abuse in America: Epidemic of the 21st century. Brandon, VT: Safer Society Press.

183. Freeman-Longo, R. E., & Knopp, F. H. (1992). State-of-the-art sex offender treatment: Outcome and issues. Annals of Sex Research, 5.

184. Freeman-Longo, R. E., & Wong, R. V. (1986). Changing a lifetime of sexual crime. Psychology Today, 9, 237-240.

185. Freespirit, J. (1982). Daddy's Girl: An Incest Survivor's Story. Diastora.

186. FREI, H. W. (1993). Theology and narrative: Selected essays. New York: Oxford University Press.

187. Freidson, E. (1984). The Changing Nature of Prefessional Control. Annual Review of Sociology, 10, 1-20.

188. Freire, P. (1971). Pedagogy of the Oppressed. New York, NY: Seaview.

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190. Freud, s. (1924). The econimic problem in masochism: Collected papers (Vol. 2). London: Hogarth.

191. Freud, S. (1928/1961). Dostoevsky and parricide (Standard Edition 21 ed.). London: Hogarth Press.

192. Freud, S. (1955). Beyond the pleasure principle. In J. Strachey. London: Hogarth Press.

193. Freud, S. (1963). Notes upon a Case of Obsessional Neurosis. In three case studies. New York: Macmillan.

194. Freund, K. (1963). A laboratory method for diagnosing predominance of homo- or heteroerotic interest in the male. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 1, 85-93.

195. Freund, K. (1967). Erotic preference in pedophilia. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 5, 209-228.

196. Freund, K. (1980). Therapeutic sex drive reduction. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 62(Suppl. 287), 5-38. (N)

197. Freund, K. (1988). Courtship disorder: Is this hypothesis valid? Humnan sexual aggression: Current perspectives. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 528, 172-182.

198. Freund, K., & Blanchard, R. (1986). The concept of courtship disorder. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 12(2).

199. Freund, K., & Kuban, M. (1993). Toward a testable development model of pedophilia: The development of erotic age preference. Child Abuse and Neglect, 17, 315-324.

200. Freund, K., Schere, H., & Hucker, S. (1983). The courtship disorders. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 12, 369-379.

201. Freund, K., Sher, H., & Hucker, S. (1983). The courtship disorders. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 12, 369-379.

202. Freund, K., & Watson, R. (1990). Mapping the boundaries of courtship disorder. Journal of Sex Research, 27(4), 589-606.

203. Freund, K., Watson, R., & Dickey, R. (1990). Does sexual abuse in childhood cause paedophilia: An exploratory study. Archives of Sexual Behaviour, 19(6), 557-568.

204. Frey, W. (1992). A legal affair. Leadership, 13:1, 124-125.

205. Freyd, J. (1993). Personal perspectives on the delayed memory debate. Treating Abuse Today, 3(5), 13-20.

206. Freyd, J. J. (1996). Betrayal Trauma. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

207. Freyd, P. (1992). How do we know we are not representing pedophiles. FMSF Newsletter, 1.

208. Freyd, P. (1993). Introduction. False Memory Syndrome Foundation Newsletter.

209. Friberg, N., & Laaser, M. (1998). Before the fall. Collegevill, MN: Liturgical Press.

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