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1. Rabasca, L. (1999). HCFA rejects telehealth payment for psychologists. APA Monitor, 27.

2. Rada, R. (1978). Clinical aspects of the rapist. New York: Grune & Stratton, Inc.

3. Radbill, S. X. (1968). A History of Child Abuse and Infanticide. The Battered Child, 3-17.

4. Radcliffe, E. S., & White, C. J. (Eds.). (1993). Faith in Theory and Practice: Essays on justifying religious belief (xix ed.). Chicago: Open Court.

5. Rader, C. M. (1977). MMPI profile types of exposers, rapists, and assaulters in a court services population. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 45, 61-69.

6. Radford Ruether, R. (1983). Sexism and God-Talk: Toward a Feminist Theology. Boston: Beacon Press.

7. Radloff, L. S. (1977). The CES-D Scale: A new self-report depression scale for research in the general population. Applied Psychological Measurement, 1, 385-401.

8. Radomsky, N. (Ed.). (1995). Lost Voices. New York: Harrington Park Press.

9. Radzinowicz, L. (1957). Sexual offenses: A report of the Cambridge Department of Criminal Science. London: McMillan & Co.

10. Ragan, P. W., & Martin, P. R. (2000). The Psychology of Sexual Addiction. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 7(3), 161-175.

11. Ragsdale, K. (Ed.). (1996). Boundary wars: Intimacy and distance in healing relationships. Cleveland, OH: The Pilgrim Press.

12. Rahner, K., SJ. (1993). The great church year: The best of Karl Rahner's homilies, sermons, and meditations (xv ed.). New York: Crossroad.

13. Raiguel. (?). The Next Step: Life Skills Workbook. Talman.

14. Rambo, L. (1991). Interview with Reverend Marie Fortune, August 8, 1990. Pastoral Psychology, 39:5, 305-319.

15. Rambo, L. (1991). Interview with Dr. Peter Rutter. Pastoral Psychology, Vol.39, 321-333.

16. Ramet, S. P. (Ed.). (1993). Religious Policy in the Soviet Union (xix ed.). New York: Cambridge University Press.

17. Ramsey, P. (1965). A Christian approach to the question of sexual relations outside of marraige. Journal of Religion and Health, XLV no.2.

18. Ramsey, P. (1968). Social Ethics. New York: Harper & Row.

19. Rand, Y. (1991). On corruptibility. Buddhist Peace Fellowship, Spring, 91.

20. Randall, D. (1987). Commitment and the Organization: The Organization Man Revisited. Academy of Management Review, 12, 460-471.

21. Randall, J. (1992). Childhood and Sexuality: A Radical Christian Approach. Pittsburg, PA: Dorrance Publishers.

22. Randall, M. (1987). This is About Incest. Firebrand Books.

23. Randau, K. L. (1991). Life Doesn't Have to Hurt: A True Story. Oliver-Nelson.

24. Ranke-Heinemann, U. (1990). Eunuchs for the Kingdom of Heaven: Women, Sexuality and the Catholic Church. New York: Penguin Books.

25. Rappaport, K., & Burkhart, B. R. (1984). Personality and attitudinal characteristics of sexually coercive college males. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 93, 216-221.

26. Raskin, D., & Esplin, P. (1991). Assessment of Children's Statements of Sexual Abuse. The Suggestibility of Children's Recollections, 153-164.

27. Raskin, V. D., & Miller, N. (1993). The epidemiology of the comorbidity of psychiatric and addictive disorders: A critical review. Journal of Addictive Diseases, 12(3), 45-57.

28. Ratner. (1990). The Other Side Of The Family. Health.

29. Ray, W. J., & Faith, M. (1995). Dissociative experiences in college age population: Follow-up with 1190 subjects. Personality and Individual Differences, 18 no.2, 223-230.

30. Raybin, J. (1969). Homosexual incest. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 148, 105-110.

31. Reasoned Faith. (1993). Reasoned Faith: Essay on the interplay of faith and reason (viii ed.). New York: Crossroad.

32. Rediger, G. L. (1991). Ministry & Sexuality: Cases, Counseling, Care. Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

33. Rediger, L. (1990). Ministry and sexuality: Cases, counseling and care. Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

34. Reece, M. (1999). HIV prevention and HIV care: The challenges of integration. The Positive Impact Journal, 5(3), 4-6.

35. Reece, M., Plate, P. L., & Daughtry, M. (2001). HIV Prevention and Sexual Compulsivity: The Need for an Integrated Strategy of Public Health and Mental Helath. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 8(2) Special Issue, 157-167.

36. Reeck, D. (1982). Ethics for the Professions: A Christian Perspective. Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House.

37. Reed/Kaus. (1993). Rape/Sexual Assault. R & E Pubns.

38. Reed/Kaus. (1993). Ritual Child Abuse. R & E Pubns.

39. Reed/Kaus. (1993). Parables For Personal Growth. Recovery.

40. Reese, T. J. (1992). Bishops meet at Notre Dame. America, July, 4-6.

41. Reich, W. (1945). Character Analysis. New York, NY: Orgone Institute.

42. Reid, W. H., & Wise, M. G. (1995). DSM-Training Guide. New York, NY: Brunner/Mazel Publishers.

43. Reid Finlayson, A. J., Sealy, J., & Martin, P. R. (2001). The Differential Diagnosis of Problematic Hypersexuality. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 8(3-4), 241-251.

44. Reif, S. C. (1993). Judaism and Hebrew prayer: New perspectives on Jewish liturgical history (xiii ed.). New York: Cambridge University Press.

45. Reiff, P. (1966). The Triumph of the Therapeutic. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

46. Reiff, P. (1996). The Triumph of the Therapeutic. New York: Harper Torchbooks.

47. Reilly, P. (1996). A God Who Looks Like Me: Discovering a Woman-Affirming Spirituality. New York, NY: Ballantine Books.

48. Reimer, S. (1940). A research note on incest. American Journal of Sociology, 45, 566-575.

49. Reinhart, D. (1987). Sexually abused boys. Child Abuse and Neglect, 11, 229-235.

50. Reisen, C. B., & Althof, S. E. (1990). Couples group psychotherapy: Rebuilding the marital relationship following disclosure of sexual deviance. Psychotherapy, Vol.27, 458-463.

51. Reiser, M. F. (1984). Mind, brain, body. New York: Basic.

52. Reiss, I. (1992). Sexual pluralism: Resolving America's sexual crisis. SIECUS Report, 22, (4).

53. Remen, N. R. (1996). Kitchen table wisdom: Stories that heal. New York: Riverhead Books.

54. Rencken, R. H. (1989). Intervention Strategies for Sexual Abuse.

55. Renshaw, D. C. (1982). Incest: Understanding and Treatment. Little.

56. Renvoize, J. (1985). Incest: A Family Pattern. Routledge.

57. Resnick, H. L., & Wolfgang, M. E. (1972). Sexual behaviors: Social, clinical and legal aspects. Boston: Little,Brown and Co.

58. Ressler, R., Burgess, A., & Douglas, J. (1988). Sexual Homicide: Patterns and Motives. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

59. Reston, J. (1981). Our Father Who Art in Hell. New York: New York Times Books.

60. Revitch, E., & Weiss, R. (1962). The pedophiliac offender. Diseases of the Nervous System, 23, 73-78.

61. Rheingold, J. (1964). The Fear of Being a Woman: A Theory of Maternal Destructiveness. New York: Grune and Stratton.

62. Rhinehart, J. (1961). Genesis of overt incest. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 2:6, 333-349.

63. Rhodes, L. (1987). Co-Creating: A Feminist Vision of Ministry. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press.

64. Rice, A. (1993). Franciscans admit 34 boys were molested at St. Anthony's. The Independent, December.

65. Rice, C. E. (1993). 50 questions on the natural law: what it is and why we need it. San Francisco: Ignatius Press.

66. Rice, D. (1990). Shattered Vows: Priests Who Leave. Tarrytown,NY: Triumph Books.

67. Rich, C. (1990). Accuracy of Adults' Reports of Abuse in childhood. American Journal of Psychiatry, 147, 1389.

68. Richards, D. (1996). Sexuality Education in Seminaries. The ISTI Sun, 2 no.3.

69. Richards, D., Earle, R., Gill, J., Evans, C., & Peterson, M. (1997). Discernment and Development of Religous Professionals. The ISTI Sun, 3 no.1.

70. Richardson, A. (Ed.). (1997). Double Vision. Pasadena, CA: Trilogy Books.

71. Richardson, H. W. (1971). Nun, Witch, Playmate: The Americanization of Sex. New York: Harper & Row.

72. Richardson, J. T. (1988). Money and Power in the New Relgions. Lewiston: Teh Edwin Mellen Press.

73. Richardson, J. T. (1991). Cult/Brainwashing Issues and Freedom of Religion. Journal of Church and State, 33(1), 55-74.

74. Richey, R. E., Rowe, K. E., & Schmidt, J. M. (Eds.). (1993). Perspectives on American Methodism: interpretive essays. Nashville: Kingswood Books.

75. Rickards, S. (1999). Sexual acting out in Women: Impulsive self-destructiveness or sexual addiction/compulsivity? Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol.6 #1, 31-44.

76. Rickner, R. G., & Tan, S. (1994). Psychopathology, guilt, perfectionism and family of origin functioning among Protestant clergy. Journal of Psychology and Theology,22, (1), 29-38.

77. Ricks, C. (1981). Carol's Story. Tyndale House.

78. Rickter, P. (1993). Women speak out. The World, 7:1, 27.

79. Ridick, J. (1994). Psychology, Counseling and The Seminarian. Washington, D.C.: National Catholic Educational Association.

80. Rigali, N. J. (1994). Church responses to pedophilia. Theological Studies, 55:1, 124-139.

81. Rippin, A. (1993). Muslims: Their religious beliefs and practices (x ed.). New York: Routledge.

82. Risin, L. I., & Koss, M. P. (1988). Rape and sexual assault II. New York: Garland.

83. Rivera, M. (1990). Multiple Personality: Putting Many Faces on Child Abuse, 55 mins. Chicago,IL: Stern's book.

84. Robbins, T. (1985). New Religions, Brainwashing and Deprogramming. Religious Studies Review, 11(4), 361-370. (N)

85. Robbins, T. (Ed.). (1987). Church-State Tensions and Marginal Movements in the United States. In, Church-State Relations: Tensions and Transitions, ed. Thomas Robbins and Roland Robertson. New Brunswick: Transaction Books.

86. Robbins, T., & Anthony, D. (1972). Getting Straight with Meher Baha: A Study of Drug Rehabilitation, Mysticism and Post Adolescent Rolr Conflict. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 11, 122-140.

87. Robert, W. (1997). Special Populaitons: Treatment concerns for gay male sexual addicts. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol.4 no.4, 323-334.

88. Roberts, J. R. (1994). Women Priests: Reflections on Papal Teaching and Church Response. Religious Studies, September, 4.

89. Roberts, T. (1903). Bernardin sex abuse charges dropped. National Catholic Reporter, 30:19, 3.

90. Robertson, J. (1990). Sex addiction as a disease: a neurobehavioral model. American Journal of Preventive Psychiatry & Neurology, 2, 15-18.

91. Robinson, B. L., & Robinson, R. L. (1991). If my dad's a sexaholic, what does that make me? Minneapolis: CompCare.

92. Robinson, D. W. (1999). Sexual addiction as an adaptive response to post-traumatic stress disorder in the African American community. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 6, 11-22.

93. Robinson, E. A. (1994). Shadows of the lantern bearers: A study of sexually troubled clergy. Loyola College, Towson, MD: Unpublished doctoral dissertion.

94. Robinson, G. (1999). Sexual misconduct: The Canadian experience. In J. Bloom, C. Nadelson, & M. Notman (Eds.), Physician Sexual Misconduct. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press.

95. Robinson, H., Sherrod, D., & Malcarney, c. (1971). Review of child molestation and alleged rape cases. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 110, 405-406.

96. Robinson, J. (1993). Sexual contact between gay male clients and male therapists. University of Southern California: Unpublished doctoral dissertation.

97. Robinson, J. A. T. (1966). The Body, A Study in Pauline Theology. London: SCM Press.

98. Robinson, P. (1989). The Modernization of Sex: Havelock Eillis, Alfred Kinsey, William Masters and Virginia Johnson. New York: Harper & Row.

99. Robinson, T. A. (1993). The early church: An annotated bibliography of literature in English (xxiii ed.). Metuchen,NJ: The American Theological Library Association and The Scarecrow Press.

100. Rodolfa, E., Kitzrow, M., Vohra, S., & Wilson, B. (1990). Training interns to respond to sexual dilemmas. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 21, 313-315.

101. Rodriguez, R. (1994). Priests more like us than we want to admit. National Catholic Reporter, 30:13, 2.

102. Roe, C. M., & Schwartz, M. F. (1995). Memories of Previously Forgotten Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Descriptive Study. St Louis, MO: Masters and Johnson Sexual Trauman and Compulsivity Programs.

103. Roehlkepartain, E. C. (1991). Sex, power and ministry. Christian Ministry, May-June, 7.

104. Roessler, T. A., & Wind, T. W. (1994). Telling the Secret: Adult Women Describe their Disclosures of Incest. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 9, 327-338.

105. Rogers, C., & Terry, T. (1984). Victims of Sexual Aggression. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

106. Rogers, D. E. (1978). Hear the Children Crying: The Child Abuse Epidemic.

107. Rogers, R., & Dickey, R. (1991). Denial and minimisation among sex offenders: a review of competing models of deception. Annals of Sex Research, (4), 49-63.

108. Rohde, M. (1993). Seminary the eye of new sex scandal storm. National Catholic Reporter, 29:22, 3.

109. Rohsenhow, D. J. (1988). Molested as Children: A Hidden Contribution to Substance Abuse. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 5, 13-18. (N)

110. Rohsenow, D., & Sullivan, E. (1988). Associations between chemical dependency and sexual problems in nurses. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 3, 326-330.

111. Rohsenow, D. J. R., Devine, C., & Devine, D. (1988). Molested as children: A hidden contribution to substance abuse. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Vol.5 no.1.

112. Roizen, R. (1987). The great controlled-drinking controversy. Recent Developments in Alcohol, 5, 245-279.

113. Rokeah, Z. E. (1990). Unnatural Child Death Among Christians and Jews in Medieval England. Journal of Pyschohistory, 18, 181-226.

114. Rolheiser, R. (1994). The Shattered Lantern, Rediscovering the Felt Presence of God. London: Hodder & Stoughton.

115. Rolheiser, R. (1999). The Holy Longing. New York: Doubleday.

116. Rolhesier, R. (1996). Our Power to Bind and Loose. Western Catholic Reporter.

117. Rollo, M. (1960). The Signifigance of Symbols. In R. May (Ed.), Symbolism in Religion and Literature. New York: Braziller.

118. Roman, B., & Kay, J. (1997). Residency education on the prevention of physician-patient sexual misconduct. Academic Psychiatry, 21, 26-34.

119. Rome, H. P. (1992). Paraphilias and related disorder: Personal reflections. Psychiatric Annals, 22 no.6.

120. Romero, J., & Williams, L. (1985). Recidivism among convicted sex offenders: A 10 year follow-up study. Federal Probation, 49, 58-64.

121. Roof, W. C. (1993). A Generation of Seekers: The Spiritual Journeys of the Baby Boom Generation. San Francisco: Harper.

122. Roof, W. C., & McKinney. (1987). American Mainline Religion. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.

123. Root, M. (1989). Treatment failures: The role of sexual victimization in women's addictive behavior. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Vol.5 no.1.

124. Rooth, F. G. (1973). Exhibitionism outside Europe and America. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2, 351-363.

125. Rooth, G. (1973). Exhibitionism, sexual violence and paedophilia. British Journal of Psychiatry, 122, 705-710.

126. Rorty, R. (1979). Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

127. Rorty, R. (1982). Consequences of Pragmatism: Essays 1972-1980. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

128. Rosemont Jr., H. (1991). A Chinese Mirror: Moral Reflections on Political Economy and Society. LaSalle: Open Court.

129. Rosen. (1992). Erectile Disorders: Assessment & Treatment. Guilford.

130. Rosen, I. (1964). The pathology and treatment of sexual deviation: A methodological approach. London: Oxford Press.

131. Rosen, R. C., & Leiblum, S. R. (1995). Case studies in sex therapy. New York: Guilford.

132. Rosen, R. C., & Leiblum, S. R. (1995). Hypoactive sexual desire. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 18, 107-121.

133. Rosencrans, B. (1997). The Last Secret: Daughters Sexually Abused by Mothers. Brandon: The Safer Society Press.

134. Rosener, J. (1990). Ways Women Lead. Harvard Business Review, November/December, 122-124.

135. Rosenfeld, A. (1977). Sexual misuse and the family. Victimology: An International Journal, 2:2, 226-235.

136. Rosetti, S. (1990). Slayer of the soul: child sexual abuse and the Catholic church. Mystic, CT: Twenty-third Publications.

137. Ross, C. (1996). A qualitative study of sexaully addicted women. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 3, 43-53.

138. Ross, C. J. (2000). Power veiled by seduction: Sexual addiction in women. Presentation at the National Coucil on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity Conference, Atlanta.

139. Ross, C. (1989). MPD: Diagnosis, Clinical Features, & Treatment. Wiley.

140. Ross, J. (1992). A Psychoanalytic Essay on Romantic, Erotic Love. In A. Shapiro & R. Emde (Eds.), Affect: Psychoanalytic Perspectives (pp. 439-74). Madison, CN: International Universities Press.

141. Ross, L. (1995). The spiritual dimension: Its importance to patients' health, well-being and quality of life adn its implications for nursing practice. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 32, 457-468.

142. Rossetti, S., Anthony, P., Cimbolic, P., & Wright, T. (1996). Development and preliminary validation fo the MMPI-2 scale for same-sex priest child molesters. Sexual Addiciton & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, Vol.3 No.4, 341-356.

143. Rossetti, S. J. (1996). Slayer of the Soul: Child Sexual Abuse and the Catholic Church. Mystic: Twenty-Third Publications.

144. Rossetti, S. (1982). The Celibacy Experience. Review for Religious, Sept/Oct.

145. Rossetti, S. (Ed.). (1990). Slayer of the Soul. Mystic,CT: Twenty-Third Publications.

146. Rossetti, S. (1991). Slayer of the Soul: Child Sexual Abuse and the Catholic Church. Mystic, Connecticut: Twenty-Third Publications.

147. Rossetti, S. (1992). Broken symbols: Child sexual abuse and the priesthood. Today's Parish, 24:5, 9-13.

148. Rossetti, S. (1992). A Wounded Church: Child Sexual Abuse and the Cathoic Church. Today's Parish, Oct., 9-13.

149. Rossetti, S. (1993). Parishes as Victims of Abuse. Human Development, 14(4), 15-20.

150. Rossetti, S. (1994). Some Red Flags for Child Sexual Abuse. Human Development, 15(4), 5-11.

151. Rossetti, S. (1994). Priest Suicides and The Crisis of Faith. America, 171(13), 8-12.

152. Rossetti, S. (1994). Statistical Reflections on Celibacy. America, 170(21), 22-24.

153. Rossetti, S. (1994). Child Sexual Abuse in the Church: How I understand it. Priest Magazine, 50(1), 32-37.

154. Rossetti, S. (1995). The Impact of Child Sexual Abuse on Attitudes Toward God and the Catholic Church. Child Abuse and Neglect: The International Journal, in press.

155. Rossetti, S. (1995). Child Sexual Abuse: A conversion of perspective. Tablet, 249 (8059), 74-76.

156. Rossetti, S. (1995). Developing an MMPI-2 scale for potential priest-pedophiles. Catholic University of America.

157. Rossetti, S. (1995). The Effects of Priest-Perpetration of Cheld Sexual Abuse on the Trust of Catholics in Priesthood, Church and God. Journal of Psychology and christianity.

158. Rossetti, S. (1995). The Mark of Cane: Reintegrading Pedophiles. America, 173.6, 9-16.

159. Rossetti, S. (1996). A Tragic Grace: The Catholic Church and Child Sexual Abuse. Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press.

160. Rossetti, S. (1997). Responding to Allegations of Abuse. The ISTI Sun, 3 no.2.

161. Rossetti, S., & Meyer, C. (1992). St. Luke Institute Psychosexual Interview. Unpublished Paper.

162. Rossi. (1991). The Twenty Minute Break. New York,NY: Brunner.

163. Rossi. (1993). Psychobiology Of Mind Body Healing. Norton.

164. Rossman, P. (1976). Sexual Experience between Men and Boys: Exploring the Pederast Underground. New York: Association of Press.

165. Roth, N. (1993). Integrating the Shattered Self: Psychotherapy with Adult Incest Survivors. Aronson.

166. Roth, S., & Lebowitz, L. (1988). The experience of sexual trauma. The Journal of Traumatic Stress, 1, 79-107. (N)

167. Roundy, L., & Horton, A. (1990). Professional and treatment issues for clinicians who intervene with incest perpetrators. The incest perpetrator: A family member no one wants to treat, Sage, Newbury Park.

168. Rouse, W. J. (1993). Letters to the editor. Human Development, 14:2, 5-6.

169. Rowan, A. B., & Foy, D. W. (1993). PTSD in Child Sexual Abuse Survivors: A Literature Review. The Journal of Traumatic Stress, 6, 3-20.

170. Rowe, W., & Savage, S. (1988). Sex therapy with female incest survivors. The Journal of Contemporary Social Work, Vol.69, 265-271.

171. Roy, D. (1974). Sex in the Factory: Informal Heterosexual Relations between Supervisors and Work Groups. In, Deviant Behavior, ed. Clifton Bryant. Chicago: Rand McNally.

172. Roy, M. (1977). Battered Women: A Psychosociological Study of Domestic Violence. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

173. Roys, D. T. (1995). Exit Examination for Sexual Offenders. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Trauma, 7, 85-106.

174. Roys, D. T., & Roys, P. (1999). Protocol for Phallometric Assessment. Brandon: The Safer Society Press.

175. Rubin, G. S. (1993). Thinking sex: Notes for a radical theory of the politics of sexuality. In H Abelove, MA Barale, & DM Halperin (Eds.), The lesbian and gay studies reader. New York: Routledge.

176. Rubin, I. (1977). Let's Learn About Aging: A Book of Readings. New York: Schenkman.

177. Rubin, J. (1984). The art of therapy. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

178. Ruether, R. (1974). Misogynism and Virginal Feminism in the Fathers of the Church. In R. Ruether (Ed.), Religion and Sexism (pp. 150-154). New York: Simon and Schuster.

179. Ruether, R. (1989). The Western Religious Tradition and Violence Against Women in the Home, in Christianity, Patriarchy and Abuse. New York: Pilgrim Press.

180. Ruether, R. R. (1975). New Women, New Earth: Sexist Ideologies and Human Liberation. New York: Seabury Press.

181. Ruether, R. R. (1983). Sexism and God-Talk: Toward a Feminist Theology. Boston: Beacon Press.

182. Ruggiero, G. (1985). The Boundaries of Eros: Sex Crime and Sexuality in Renaissance Venice. New York: Oxford University Press.

183. Runtz, M., & Briere, J. (1986). Adolescent Acting Out and Childhood History of Sexual Abuse. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1, 326-334.

184. Rupp, J. C. (1980). Sex-related deaths. In W.J. Curran, A.L. McGarry & C.S. Petty (Eds.), Modern legal medicine, psychiatry and forensic science. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis.

185. Rush, B. (1812/1988). Medical inquiries and observations upon the diseases of the mind. Philadelphia: Kimber & Richardson.

186. Rush, B. (1988). Medical inquiries and observations upon the disease of the mind. Birmingham: Gryphon Editions.

187. Rush, F. (1980). The Best Kept Secret: Sexual Abuse of Children. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

188. Rusovick, R. M., & Warner, D. J. (1998). The globalization of interventional informatics through Internet mediated distributed medical intelligence. New Medicine, 2, 155-161.

189. Russel, D. E. H. (1986). The Secret trauma: Incest in the lives of girls and women. New York: Basic Books.

190. Russell, D. (1975). The politics of rape: The victim's perspective. New York: Stein & Day.

191. Russell, D. (1983). Incidence and Prevalence of Sexual Abuse of Female Children. Child Abuse and Neglect, 7, 133.

192. Russell, D. (1983). The prevalence and seriousness of incestuous abuse: stepfathers vs. biological fathers. Child Abuse and Neglect, 8, 15-22.

193. Russell, D. (1985). The prevalence and seriousness of incestuous abuse: Stepfathers vs. biological fathers. Child Abuse and Neglect, Vol.8, 15-20.

194. Russell, D. (1986). The secret trauma: incest in the lives of girls and women. New York: Basic Books.

195. Russell, D. E. H. (1984). Sexual Exploitation: Child Sexual Abuse and Workplace Harassment. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications.

196. Russell, D. E. H. (1990). Rape in marriage. Bloomington,IN: Indiana University Press.

197. Russell, D. E. (1987). The Secret Trauma: Incest in the Lives of Girls and Woman. Basic.

198. Russell, D. (1982). Rape in Marriage. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co.

199. Russell, G. W. (1988). Violence in Intimate Relationships. New York: Pma.

200. Russell, L. (1993). Church in the Round. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press.

201. Russell, R. (1984). Sexual workers' awareness of and response to the problem of seuxal contact between clients and helping professionals. University of Washington, Seattel: Unpublished master's thesis.

202. Russell/Stone. (1986). Do you Have A Secret? Comp Care.

203. Ruth, R. (1996). Treating Offenders and Survivors of Faith. The ISTI Sun, 2 no.3.

204. Ruth, S., & Kempe, C. H. (1984). The Common Secret: Sexual Abuse of Children and Adolescents. New York: W.H. Freeman and Company.

205. Rutter, D. (1996). Sex, Power and Boundries: Understanding and preventing sexual harassment. New York: Bantam.

206. Rutter, P. (1989). Sex in the Forbidden Zone: When men in Power --Therapists, Doctors, Clergy teachers, and others--Betray Women's Trust. Los Angels: Jeremy P. Tarcher,Inc.

207. Rutter, P. (1996). Sex, Power and Boundaries. New York, NY: Banton, Doubleday.

208. Ryan, G. (1989). Victim to victimizer: Rethinking victim treatment. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 4, 325-341.

209. Ryan, G. (1999). Web of Meaning. Brandon: The Safer Society Press.

210. Ryan, G., & Lane, S. (Eds.). (1997). Juvenile sexual offending: Causes, consequences, and correction. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

211. Ryboski, L. (1998). National Health Policy Forum: Protecting the confidentiality of health information. Washington, DC: George Washington University.

212. Rychtarik, R. G., Foy, D. W., Scott, T., Lokey, L., & Prue, D. M. (1987). Five-six-year follow-up of broad-spectrum behavioral treatment for alcoholism: Effects of training controlled drinking skills. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 55, 106-108.

213. Ryder. (1992). Breaking The Circle. Comp Care.