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1. Laaser, M. (1991). Sexual addiction and clergy. Pastoral Psychology, 213-235.

2. Laaser, M. (1992). The Secret Sin: Healing the Wounds of Sexual Addiction. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan.

3. Laaser, M. (1993). Sexual addiction and clergy. Pastoral Psychology, 39:4, 257.

4. Laaser, M. (1993). The Sins of the Father-and Other Family Abusers. Christian Counseling Today, April.

5. Laaser, M. (1995). Long-Term Healing. In N. Hopkins & M. Laaser (Eds.), Restoring the Soul of a Church (p. 232). Collegeville,MN: The Liturgical Press.

6. Laaser, M. (1995). Faithful and True: Sexual Integrity in a Fallen World. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Publications.

7. Laaser, M. (1996). Faithful and True: Sexual Integrity in a Fallen World. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Publications.

8. Laaser, M. (1996). Recovery for Couples. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol. 6 No.2, 125-135.

9. Laaser, M. (1999). Talking to Your Kids About Sex. Colorado Springs: WaterBrook Press.

10. Laaser, M., & Adams, K. (1997). Pastors and sexual addiction. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol.4 no.4, 357-370.

11. Laaser, M., & Friberg, M. (1995). Healing the Soul of A Church: Reconciling congregation wound. Collegeville: Litergical Press.

12. Laaser, M., & Friberg, M. (Eds.). (1997). Preventing Sex Abuse: Clinical signs for educators. Collegeville: Litergical Press.

13. Laaser, M., & Irons, R. (1994). The Abduction of Fidelity: Sexual Exploitation by Clergy: Experience with Inpatient Assessment. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 1, 115-125.

14. LaBarre, W. (1972). The Ghost Dance: The Origins of Religion. New York: Dell.

15. Ladd, G. E. (1993). A theology of the New Testament (xiv ed.). Grand Rapids: Eerdmans.

16. Ladwig, G., & Andersen, M. (1989). Substance abuse in women: relationship between chemical dependency of women and past reports of physical and/or sexual abuse. The International Journal of the Addictions, 24, 739-754.

17. Laeuchli, S. (1972). Power and Sexuality: The Emergence of Canon Law at the Synod of Elvira. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

18. La Fontaine, J. S. (1990). Child Sexual Abuse. Cambridge: Polity Press.

19. LaHaye, T. (1995). The Spirit-Filled Family. Eugene: Harvest House Publishers.

20. LaHaye, T., & LaHaye, B. (1978). Spirit Controlled Family. Eastbourne: Kingsway Publications.

21. LaHaye, Y. (1982). The Battle for the Family. Old Tappan: Flemming H. Revell Comapny.

22. Laidlaw, J. (1899). Hastings Dictionary of the Bible. Edinburgh: T & T Clark.

23. Laidlaw, T. A., & Cheryl Malmo & Assoc. (1990). Healing Voices: Feminist Approaches to Therapy with Women. Chicago, IL: Stern's Book Svc.

24. Lalumiere, M., & Quinsey, V. (1991). Polygraph testing of child molesters: Are we ready? Violence Update, 1, 3-11.

25. Lamb, D., & Catanzaro, S. (1998). Sexual and nonsexual boundary violations involving psychologists, clients, supervisees, and students: Implications for professional practice. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 29, 498-503.

26. Lamb, M. (1998). Cybersex: Research notes on the characteristics of the visitors to online chat rooms. Deviant Behavior: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 19(2), 121-135.

27. Lamb, M. (1982). Solidarity with Victims: Toward a Theology of Social Transformation. Crossroad.

28. Lamb, S. (1986). Treating sexually abused children: Issues of blame and responsability. American Jouranal of Orthopsychiatry, 56, 303-307.

29. Lambert, F. (1994). "Pedlar in divinity" George Whitefield and the transatlantic revivals, 1737-1770 (xii ed.). Princeton: Princeton University Press.
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30. Lamm, J. B. (1991). Statute of Limitations for Child Sexual Abuse Offenses: A Time for Reform Utilizing the Discovery Rule. The Yale Law Journal, vol. 100, 2189-2208.

31. Landecker, H. (1992). The role of childhood sexual trauma in the etiology of borderline personality disorder: Considerations for diagnosis and treatment. Psychotherapy, 29, 234-242.

32. Landis, J. (1956). Experiences of 500 children with adult sexual deviance. Psychiatric Quarterly Supplement, 30, 91-109.

33. Landry, D. B. (1991). Family Fallout: A Handbook for Families of Adult Sexual Abuse Survivors. Brandon: Safer Society Press.

34. Landsberg, M. (1995). The incredible sex abuse case of Dr.Leo Pilo. Toronto Star, K1.

35. Lang, R., Lloyd, C., & Fiqua, N. (1985). Goal attainment scaling with hospitalized sex offenders. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 173(9), 527-537.

36. Lang, R., Pugh, G., & Langevin, R. (1988). Treatment of incest and pedophilic offenders: A pilot study. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 6, 239-255.

37. Langer. (1992). Motherhood and Sexuality. Guilford.

38. Langevin, R. (1983). Sexual strands: Understanding and treating sexual anomalies in men. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

39. Langevin, R. (1991). Neuropsychological factors in pedophiles and sexually aggressive men. Ft. Worth,TX: Presented at the 10th annual meeting of ATSA.

40. Langevin, R., & Lang, R. A. (1985). Psychological treatment of pedophiles. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 3, 403-419.

41. Langevin, R. (1994). Selected CAT scan studies in pedophilic men. Etobicoke, Ontario: Juniper.

42. Langfeldt, H. (198X). Sexuality in Childhood. Lecture given in the International Congress of Sexology.

43. Langfeldt, T. (1987). Barns Sexualitet. Oslo, Norway: Natur och Kultur.

44. Langfeldt, T. (1990). Chilhood and Adolescent Sexology, Handbook of Sexology. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elesvier.

45. Langfeldt, T. (1993). Sexologi. Oslo, Norway: Ad Notam Gyldendal A/S.

46. Langfeldt, T., & Porter, M. (1986). Sexuality and Family Planning: Report of a Consultation and Research Findings. Copenhagen, Denmark: World Health Organization, Regional Office for Europe.

47. Langfelt, T. (1980). Childhood and Sexuality. Montreal, Canada: Editions Etudes Vivantes.

48. Langley, D., Schwartz, M., & Fairbairn, R. (1968). Father-son incest. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 9:3, 218-226.

49. Langley, M. (1993). World religions. Oxford: Lion Publishing.

50. Langsley, D. (1968). Father-son incest. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 9(3), 218-226. (N)
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51. Lankton. (?). Enchantment & Intervention In Family Therapy. New York,NY: Brunner.

52. Lankton. (?). Tales Of Enchantment. Brunner.

53. Lanning, K. (1992). Investigator's guide to allegations of "ritual" child abuse. Quantico, VA: Federal Bureau of Investigations.

54. Lanning, K. V. (1986). Child molesters: A behavioral analysis for law enforcement officers investigating cases of child sexual exploitation. Washington,DC: National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

55. Lanyon, R. I., Dannenbaum, S. E., & Brown, A. R. (1991). Detection of deliberate denial in child abusers. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 6(3), 301-309.

56. Lanyon, R. I. (1986). Theory and Treatment in Child Molestation. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.
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57. Laqueur, T. (1990). Making Sex: Body and Gender from the Greeks to Freud. Cambridge,MA: Harvard University Press.

58. Larimer, M. E., & Marlatt, G. A. (1990). Application of relapse prevention with moderation goals. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 22(2), 75-81.

59. Larsen, N. (1994). The victim/perpetrator dialectic: Different patterns, different approaches. Understanding and treating family sexual abuse: An ecological approach.

60. Lasch, C. (1991). The Culture of Narcissism: American Life in an Age of Diminishing Expectations (Revised ed.). New York: W W. Norton and Company.

61. Laskin. (?). Wish Upon A Star,paper. New York,NY: Brunner.

62. Lategan, B. C. (1992). The Anchor Bible Dictionary: Volume 3. New York: Doubleday.

63. Laterz, J., & Borden, T. (1993). Mother/daughter incest and ritual abuse: The ultimate taboos. Treating Abuse Today, 3 (4), 5-8.

64. Latour, T. (1987). Language and Power: Issues in Classroom Interaction. Women and Language, 10(2), 29-32.

65. Latourelle, R., & Fisichella, R. (1994). Dictionary of Fundamental Theology (xxxviii ed.). New York: Crossroad.

66. Launderville, D. (1996). Male and Female Images of God in the Hebrew Scriptures. The ISTI Sun, 2 no.4.

67. Lavallee, M. L. (1995). Communicating with the Wider Community. In N. Hopkins & M. Laaser (Eds.), Restoring the Soul of a Church (p. 173). Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press.

68. Laverdiere, E. (Ed.). (1993). A Church for All Peoples: Missionary issues in a world church. Collegeville: The Liturgical Press.

69. Laviola, M. (1992). Effects of older-brother, younger-sister incest: A study of the dynamics of 17 cases. Child Abuse and Neglect, vol 16, 409-422.

70. Law, B. (1993). Statement on Boston's clergy sexual misconduct policy. Origins, 22:34, 582-583.

71. Lawler, M. G. (1993). Marriage and sacrament: A theology of Christian marriage (xi ed.). Collegeville: A Michael Glazier Book, The Liturgical Press.

72. Lawrence, J., & Perry, C. (1988). Hypnosis, Will, & Memory: A Psycholegal History. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

73. Lawrence, K. T. (1994). Imaging the work: An arts and lectionary resource. Cleveland: United Church Press.

74. Laws, D. (1980). Treatment of bisexual pedophilia by a biofeedback-assisted self control procedure. Journal of Behavior Research and Therapy, 18, 207-211.

75. Laws, D. R. (1984). The psychology of sexual diversity. Oxford: Basil & Blackwell.

76. Laws, D. R. (1986). Prevention of relapse in sex offenders. Tampa, FL: Florida Mental Health Institute.

77. Laws, D. R. (1989). Relapse prevention with sex offenders. New York: Guilford.

78. Laws, D. R. (1996). Relapse prevention or harm reduction? Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 8, 243-247.

79. Laws, D. R., & Osborn, C. A. (1983). Setting up shop: How to build and operate a laboratory to evaluate and treat sexual deviance. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

80. Laws, R. D. (1989). Relapse Prevention with Sex Offenders. New York, NY: Guilford.

81. Layman, W. A., Rozan, G. H., & Kurland, M. L. (1966). Frigidity in the female. GP, 34(4), 103-106.

82. Lazarus, A., PhD. (1977). In The Mind's Eye. Rawson Association Publishing Inc.

83. Lazarus, J. (1993). More on boundary violations. Psychiatric News, 28, 14, 27.

84. Lazo, J. (1995). True or False: Expert Testimony on Repressed Memory. Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, 28, 1345-1414.

85. Lead, B. (1992). Lead Us Not into Temptaion: Catholic Priest and the Sexual Abuse of Children. New York: Doubleday.

86. Lebacqz, K. (1986). Six Theories of Justice: Perspectives from Philosophical and Theological Ethics. Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House.

87. Lebacqz, K. (1990). Love our enemy: Sex, power, and Christian ethics. In DM Yaeger (Ed.), The society of Christain ethics annual 1990. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.

88. Lebacqz, K., & Burton, R. G. (1991). Sex in the Parish. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press.

89. Lebacqz, K. (1985). Professional Ethics: Power and Paradox. Nashville: Abingdon Press.

90. Lebacqz, K. (1988). Pastor-parishioner sexuality: and ethical analysis. Explore, 9, 67-81.

91. Lebacqz, K., & Barton, R. G. (1991). Sex in the Parish. Louisville: Westminster / John Knox Press.

92. Leckman, J. F., Goodman, W. K., North, W. G., Chappell, P. B., Price, L. H., Pauls, D. L., Anderson, G. M., Riddle, M. A., McDougle, C. J., Barr, L. C., & Cohen, D. J. (1994). The role of central oxytocin in obsessive compulsive disorder and related normal behavior. Psychonueroendocrinology, 19(8), 723-749.

93. Lederer, L. (Ed.). (1980). Take Back the Night: Women on Pornography. New York: William Morrow.

94. LeDoux, J. (1996). The emotional brain. New York: Touchstone.

95. Ledray, L. E. (1986). Recovering From Rape. New York: Henry Holt and Co.

96. Lee, J. (1987). The flying boy: Healing the wounded man. Deerfield Beach, FL: Health Communications.

97. Lee, K. (1991). Tender Heart: An Incest Survivor's Story in Poetry. Children Light Publications.

98. Leedes, R. (1991). Theory and praxis: A heiristic for describing, evaluating and intervening on sexual desire disorders when sexual expression interferes with humanistic expression. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 6(4).

99. Leedes, R. (2000, March). The three most important criteria in diagnosing sexual addiction unerringly-obsession, obsession, and obsession. Paper presented at the AFAR/Vanderbilt Symposium, Nashville, TN.

100. Leedes, R. A. (1999). Fantasy and the internal working models held toward "comfortable interpersonal attachments" shape sexual desire: A theory applied to persons with hypersexuality. Dissertation Abstracts International, 60, 186B.

101. Leedes, R. (1999). Theory and praxis: A heuristic for describing, evaluating, and intervening on sexual desire disorders when sexual expression interferes with humanistic expression. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 4, 289-310.

102. Leeds, R. (2001). The Three Most Important Criteria in Diagnosing Sexual Addictions: Obsession, Obsession, and Obsession. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 8(3-4), 215-226.

103. Lefevere, P. (1993). $50 million suit filed against NY archdiocese. National Catholic Reporter, 29:18, 5.

104. Legg, A., & Legg, D. (1995). The Offender's Family. In N. Hopkins & M. Laaser (Eds.), Restoring the Soul of a Church (p. 140). Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press.

105. Lehfeldt, H. (1952). Unusual sex crime. Journal of Sex Education, 4, 268-285.

106. Lehman, E. C. J. (1993). Gender and Work: The Case of the Clergy. New York: State University of New York Press.

107. Lehmann, H., & Roth, G. (1993). Weber's Protestant Ethic: Origins, evidence, contexts (xii ed.). Washington: German Historical Institute.

108. Leiblum. (1989). Principles & Practice of Sex Therapy (2nd Edition ed.). Guilford.

109. Leiblum, S. R. (1997). Sex and the net: Clinical implications. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 22, 21-28.

110. Leiblum, S. R., & Rosen, R. C. (1988). Sexual desire disorders. New York: Guilford.

111. Leiblum, S. R., & Rosen, R. C. (1989). Principles and practice of sex therapy. New York: Guilford.

112. Leiblum, S. R., & Rosen, R. C. (2000). Principles and practice of sex therapy (3rd ed.). New York: Guilford.

113. Leiblum/Rosen. (1992). Sexual Desire Disorders. Guilford.

114. Leibmann, M. (1986). Art Therapy for Groups: A Handbook of Themes Games and Exercises.

115. Leigh, B. C., & Stall, R. (1993). Substance use and the risky sexual behavior for exposure to HIV: Issues in methodology, intervention and prevention. American Psychologist, 48(10), 1035-1045.

116. Leisner, P. (1999). "Lyons Resigns Post: Minister 'Repentent' as He Prepares for Hearing. Tampa Herald-Tribune.

117. Lenderking, W. R., Wold, C., Mayer, K. H., Goldstein, R., Losina, E., & Seager, G. (1997). Childhood sexual abuse among homosexual men: Prevalence and assoction with unsafe sex. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 12(4), 250-253.

118. Lenine.SB, Risen, C. B., & Althof, S. E. (1994). Professionals who sexually offend: evaluation procedures and preliminary findings'. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, (20)4, 288-302.

119. Lennon, B. (1994). An Integrated Treatment Program for Paraphiliacs, Including a 12-Step Approach. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 1:3, 227.

120. Leonard, L. S. (1983). The Wounded Woman: Healing the Father-Daughter Relationship. Boston: Shambhala.

121. Leone, S., & Beilsmith, M. (1999). Monthly Report on Internet Growth. Washington DC: Media Metrix.

122. Leong, K. S. (1989). Sexual atraction and misconduct between christian therapists and their clients. Dissertaiton Abstracts International 50.

123. Lerman, H. (1984). Sexual intimacies between psychotherapists and patients: An annotated bibliographphy of mental health, legal and public media literature and relevant legal cases. Phoenix, AZ: American Psychological Assocition, Division of Psychotherapy.

124. Lerner, G. (1986). The Creation of Patriarchy. New York: Oxford University Press.

125. Lerner, G. (1993). The Creation of Feminist Consciousness from the Middle Ages to Eighteen-seventy. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

126. Lernoux, P. (1993). Hearts on fire: The story of the Mayknoll Sisters (xxxiii ed.). Mayknoll: Orbis Books.

127. Lester, C. (1996). Psychological assessment of the clergy and the religious. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 3, 54-62.

128. Leukper, E. (1989). Sexual Exploitation of Clients by Therapists: Parallels with Parent-Child Incest. St. Paul: Department of Corrections.

129. Leventhal, H., & Cleary, P. D. (1980). The smoking problem: A review of the research and theory in behavioral risk modification. Psychological Bulletin, 88, 370-405.

130. Levi, P. (1959/1961). Survival in Auschwitz. New York: Collier Books, Macmillan Publishing Company.

131. Levin, J. S. (1984). Religion and health: Is there an association, is it valid, and is it causal? Social Science and Medicine, 38, 1475-1482.

132. Levin, S. M., & Stava, L. (1987). Personality characteristics of sex offenders: A review. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 16(1), 57-79.
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133. Levine, M., & Troiden, R. (1988). The myth of sexual compulsivity. Journal of Sex Research, 37, 347-363.

134. Levine, M., & Troiden, R. (1988). The sexual addiction movement as moral crusade. New York: Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association.

135. Levine, M. P., & Troiden, R. R. (1991). The myth of sexual compulsivity. Journal of Sex Research, (25)3, 347-363.

136. LeVine, R. A. (1959). Gusii sex offenses: A study in social control. American Anthropology, 61, 965-970.

137. Levine, S., & Koenig, J. (1980). Why men rape: Interviews with convicted rapists. New York: Macmillan.

138. LeVine, S. B. (2000). Paraphilias. In B.J. Sadock & V.A. Sadock (Eds), Comprehensive textbook of psychiatry (7th ed., Vol. 1). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

139. Levine, S. B., Risen, C. B., & Althof, S. E. (1990). Essay on the diagnosis and nature of paraphilia. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 16, 89-102.

140. Levins, R. (1966). The Strategy of model building in a population biology. American Scientist, Vol.54 no.4, 421-431.

141. Levinsohn, F. H. (1991). The Law of Incest. Reader, vol. 20, No. 41.

142. Levinson, D. (1978). The Seasons of a Man's Life. New York: Ballantine Books.

143. Levinson, D. J. (1979). The Seasons of a Man's Life. New York: Alfred A Knopf.

144. Levi-Straus, C. (1949). The Elementary Structures of Kinship. Boston: Beacon Press.

145. Levy, E. (1992). Enabling Romance. Beth Soda, MD: Harmony Books.

146. Lew, M. (1990). Victims No Longer: Men Recovering from Incest and Other Sexual Child Abuse. New York: HarperCollins.

147. Lew, M. (1999). Leaping Upon the Mountains: Men Proclaiming Victory over Sexual Child Abuse. Boston: Small Wonders Books.

148. Lew, M. (1988). Victims No Longer: Men Recovering from Incest and Other Sexual Child Abuse. Nevramont.

149. Lewinski, R. (1993). Welcoming the new Catholic. Chicago: Liturgy Training Publications.

150. Lewis, A. D. (1999). Cultural Diversity in Sexual Abuser Treatment. Brandon: The Safer Society Press.

151. Lewis, H. B. (1971). Shame and guilt in neurosis. New York: International University Press.

152. Lewis, H. B. (1987). Introduction: Shame-the sleeper in psychopathology. In H.B. Lewis Lewis. The role of shame in symptom formation.

153. Lewis, L. (1955). Growing Beyond Abuse. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

154. Li, C. k, & Woodhouse, T. P. (1993). Children's Sexual Encounters with Adults: A Scientific Study. Buffalo, New York: Prometheus Books.

155. Libow, J., & Doty, D. (1979). An exploratory approach to self blame and self derogation of rape victims. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 49:4, 1979.

156. Lidz, C. W., & Walker, A. L. (1980). Heroin, Deviance, and Morality. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications.
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159. Liebman-Jacobs, J. (1994). Victimized Daughters.

160. Lief, H. I. (1994). Recovered memories and therapy abuse. Contemporary Sexuality, 28 (6), 4, 6-7.

161. Lifton, R. (1986). The Nazi Doctors. New York, NY: Basic Books.

162. Lilich. (1993). For Cult Survivors. Hunter House.

163. Lincoln, C. E. ed. (1974). The Black Experience in Religion. Garden City: Doubleday.

164. Lindsay, D., & Read, J. (1994). Incest resolution psychotherapy and memories of childhood sexual abuse: A cognitive perspcetive. Applied Cognitve Psychology, 8, 281-338.

165. Lindsay, D. S., & Read, J. D. (1995). National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect: Child Abuse & Neglect CD-ROM Database. Treating Abuse Today, 5.2, 36-37.

166. Linehan, M. M., & Heard, H. L. (1994). Dialectical behavior therapy: An integrative approach to the treatment of borderline personality disorder. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 4, 55-82.

167. Linesch. (1993). Art Therapy With Families In Crisis. New York,NY: Brunner.

168. Linn, D. (19??). Good Goats Healing Our Image of God. Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press.

169. Linn, L. S., Spiegel, J. S., Mathews, W. C., Leake, B., Lien, R., & Brooks, S. (1989). Recent sexual behaviors among homosexual men seeking primary medical care. Archives of Internal Medicine, 149, 2685-2690.

170. Littauer, F. (1985). Lives on the Mend.

171. Littauer, F. (1990). The Promise of Restoration: Breaking the Bands of Emotional Bondage.

172. Littin, E. M., Griffin, M. E., & Johnson, A. M. (1956). Parental influence in unusual sexual behavior in children. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 25, 37-45.

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175. Loeske, D., & Cahill, S. (1994). Normalizing Daycare-Normalizing the Child: Daycare Discourse in Popular Magazines, 1990-1990. In, Troubling Children, ed. Joel Best. New York: Aldine de Gruyter.

176. Loewenstein, R. (1955). A Contribution to the Psychoanaytic Theory of Masochism. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Vol. 5, 197-234.

177. Loftus, E. (1994). Memories of childhood sexual abuse: Remembering and repressing. Psychology of women Quarterly, 18, 67-84.

178. Loftus, E. (1995). Remembering dangerously. Skeptical Inquirer, 19, 20-29.

179. Loftus, E., & Ketcham, K. (1991). Witness for the Defense. New York: St. Martin's Press.

180. Loftus, E., & Ketcham, K. (1994). The myth of repressed memory. New York: St Martin's.

181. Loftus, E. F. (1993). The reality of repressed memories. American Psychologist, 48(5), 518-537.

182. Loftus, J. A. (1994). Understanding Sexual Misconduct by Clergy: A Handbook for Ministers. Washington: The Pastoral Press.

183. Loftus, J., & Camargo, R. (1994). Treating the clergy. In Annals of sex research. Etiobicoke, Ontario: Juniper Associates. (N)

184. Loftus, J. A. (1986). Victims of abuse as candidates. Review for Religious, Sept.-Oct., 725-738.

185. Loftus, J. A. (1989). Sexual Abuse in the Church: A Quest for Understanding.

186. Loftus, J. A. (1990). A Question of Disillusionment: Sexual Abuse Among the Clergy. America, vol. 163, 426.

187. Loiselle, M., & Wright, L. B. (1997). Shinning Through (2nd ed.). Brandon: The Safer Society Press.

188. Loitzky, K. M., & Sussman, L. J. (Eds.). (1993). Reform Judaism in America: a biographical dictionary and sourcebook (xxxi ed.). Westport: Greenwook Press.

189. Long, E. L. J. (1982). A Survey of Recent Christian Ethics. New York: Oxford University Press.

190. Long, P. J., & Jackson, J. L. (1993). Childhood Coping Strategies and the Adult Adjustment of Female Sexual Abuse Victims. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 2:2, 23-39.

191. Longo, R. (1982). Sexual learning and experience among adolescnet sexual offenders. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 26, 235-241.

192. Longo, R., & Groth, A. N. (1983). Juvenile sexual offenses in the histories of adult rapists and child molesters. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 27, 150-155.

193. Longo, R., & McFaddin, J. (1981). Sexually inappropriate behavior: Development of the sexual offender. Law and Order, 29, 20-23.

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195. LoPiccolo, J. (Ed.). (1992). Handbook for Assessment and Treatment of Sexual Deviance. St Louis, MO: Author.

196. Lorde, A. (1980). Take Back the Night: Women on Pornography. New York: William Morrow & Co.

197. Lorde, A. (1984). Uses of the Erotic: The Erotic as Power. Sister Outsider. Essays and Speeches, 53-59.

198. Lorefice, L. S. (1991). Fluoxetine treatment of a fetish letter. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 52, 436-437.

199. Los Angeles Archdiocese. (1994). Policy on sexual abuse by priests. Origins, 24:5, 70-74.

200. Loseke, D. R. (1992). The Battered Woman and Shelters: The Social Construction of Wife Abuse. New York: State University of New York Press.

201. Lothstein, L., Cassens, G., Ford, M., & Ramsey, G. (1995). Electrical brain activity mapping and neuropsychological dysfunction associated with deviant sexual behavior.

202. Lothstein, L. M. (1990). Can a Sexually Addicted Priest Return to Ministry After Treatment? Psychological Issues and Possible Forensic Solutions. Catholic Lawyer 29, 34, 89-112.

203. Lotto, D. (1994). On Witches and Witch Hunts: Ritual and Satanic Cult Abuse. Journal of Psychohistory, vol.21, 373-396.

204. Louf, A. (1989). The Cistercian Way. Kalamazoo: Cistercian Publications.

205. Louf, A. (1992). Teach Us to Pray. Boston: Cowley Publications.

206. Love, P. (1990). The Emotional Incest Syndrome: What to do When a Parent's Love Rules Your Life.

207. Lovell, J. (1993). Crossing sexual boundaries: It happened here. The World, 7:1, 16-19.
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209. Lowenfeld, H. (1976). Notes on shamelessness. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 45, 62-72.

210. Lowenfeld, V., & Brittain, L. (1986). Art Therapy for Groups: A Handbook of Themes, Games and Exercises.

211. Ludwig, A. M., & Wikler, A. (1974). Craving and relapse to drink. Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 35, 108-130.

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