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1. Maccoby, E. E., & Jacklin, C. N. (1974). Stress, activity, and proximity seeking: Sex differences in the year old child. Child Development, 44, 34-42.

2. Macdonald, C. (1989). Mind-body identity theories. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

3. Macdonald, D. (1996). Notes onthe socio-economic and culttural factors influencing the transmission of HIV on Botswana. Social Science and Medicine, 42(9), 1325-1333.

4. MacDonald, G. (1988). Rebuilding Your Broken World. Nashville, TN: Oliver-Nelson Books.

5. MacDonald, J. M. (1971). Rape: Offenders and their victims. Springfield, IL: Charles Thomas.

6. Mace, D., & Mace, V. (1980). What's Happening to Clergy Marriages. Nashville: Broadman.

7. Macedo, S. (1990). Liberal Virtues: Citizenship, Virtue, and Community in Liberal Constitutionalism. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

8. MacFarlane, K., & Bulkey, J. (19??). Treating child sexual abuse: An overview of current program models. Journal of Social Work and Human Sexuality, 1, 69-91.

9. Macfarlane, K., & Cunningham, C. (1990). Steps to Healthy Touching. Kidsrights.

10. MacFarlane, K., & Korbin, J. (1983). Confronting the incest secret long after the fact: A family study of multiple victimazation with stratigies for intervention. Child Abuse and Neglect, 7, 225-240.

11. MacFarlane, K., Waterman, J. with, Conerly, S., Damon, L., Durfee, M., & Long, S. (1986). Sexual abuse of young children. New York: The Guilford Press.

12. MacFarlane, K., & Cunninghan, C. (1990). Steps to Healthy Touching: A Treatment Workbook for Kids Who Have Problems with Sexually Inappropriate Behavior. Chicago,IL: Stern's book.

13. Machisale-Musopole, A. (1991). Women and Church: The Challenge of Ecumenical Solidarity in an Age of Alienation. New York: Friendship Press.

14. MacHovec, F. (1992). Standardizing Classification of Sex Offenders: A 10 Factor Continua and Treatment Factor System. Treatment Abuse Today, 2.

15. MacHovec, F. (1993). Treatment and Rehabilitation of Sex Offenders. Treating Abuse Today, 3.

16. MacHovec, F. (1993). Is There a Paraphilic Personality Disorder. Treating Abuse Today, 3.

17. MacIntyre, A. (1984). After Virtue: A Study in Moral Theory (2nd ed.). Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame.

18. Mackinnon, C. A. (1979). Sexual Harassment of Working Women. New Haven: Yale University Press.

19. Maclay, D. T. (1960). Boys who commit sexual misdemeanours. British Medical Journal, 11, 186-190.

20. Maclean, P. (1973). New Findings on Brain Function and Sociosexual Behavior. Contemporary Sexual Behavior.

21. MacLeod, L. (1987). Batterd but not Beaten... Preventing Wife Battering in Canada. Ottawa: Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women.

22. MacLoughlin, J. (1993). Just following orders: The politics of pedophilia. National Catholic Reporter, 29:24, 15.

23. Maddock, J. (19??). Healthy family sexuality: Positive principles for eduacators and clinicians. Family Relations, Vol.38, 130-136.

24. Maddock, J. W., & Larson, N. R. (1995). Incestuous Families: An Ecological Approach to Understanding and Treatment. New York: W.W. Norton and Company.

25. Madel, M. D. (1986). An object relation study of sexually abusive fathers. Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol.47 no.5, 217.

26. Madigan, L., & Gamble, N. C. (1989). The second rape: Society's continued betrayal of the victim. New York: Lexington Books.

27. Maestri, W. F. (1994). A guide for the study of Veritatis splendor. Boston: St. Paul Books & Media.

28. Magai, C. (1999). Affect Imagery and attachment: Working models of interpersonal affect and the socialization of emotion. In J Cassidy & P Shavers (Eds.), Handbook of attachment: Theory and research. New York: Guilford.

29. Magaletta, P. R., & Duckro, P. N. (1996). Prayer in the medical encounter. Journal of Religion and Health, 35, 203-209.

30. Maguen, S., & Armistead, L. (2000). Prevalence of unprotected sex and HIV: Antibody testing among gay, lesbian and bisexual youth. Journal of Sex Research, 37(2), 169-174.

31. Maheu, M. (1997). Will online services for consumer self-help improve behavioral health care? Behavioral Health Care Tomorrow Journal, 6(6).

32. Maheu, M. (1998). Telehealth - A call to action. American Association of Behavior Therapists. The Behavior Therapist, 21(6).

33. Maheu, M., Callan, J., & Nagy, T. (in press). Call to Action: Ethical and legal issues for Behavioral Telehealth including online psychological services. In: Comprehensive textbook of ethics and law in the practice of psychology. (Ed: S. Bucky). New York: Plenum Publishers.

34. Maheu, M., & Gordon, B. (1999). Psychotherapy on the internet: Legal, ethical and practice issues. Unpublished Manuscript, .

35. Maheu, M., Whitten, & Allen, A. (2000). eHealth, telemedicine and telehealth: A comprehensive guide to program start-up and success. San Francisco: Jossey Bass.

36. Mahoney, D. T. (1991). Touching the Face of God: Intimacy and Celibacy in Priestly Life. Boca Raton,FL: Jeremiah Press.

37. Main, M. (1991). Metacognitive knowledge, monitoring, and metacognitive singular (coherent) vs. multiple (incoherent) model of attachment. In C. M. Parkes, J. Stevenson-Hinde, & P. Marris (Eds.), Attachment across the life cycle. London: Routledge.

38. Main, M., & Hess, E. (1990). Attachment in the preschool years: Theory, research, and intervention. London: University of Chicago Press.

39. Main, M., & Hesse, E. (1990). Parents' unresolved traumatic experiences are related to infant disorganized attachment status: Is frightend and/or frightening parental behavior the linking mechanism? In M Greenburg, D Cicchetti, & E Cummings (Eds.), Attachment in the preschool years: Theory research, and intervention. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

40. Malamuth, N. M. (1981). Rape proclivity among males. Journal of Social Issues, 31, 138-157.

41. Malamuth, N. M. (1988). A multidimensional approach to sexual aggression: Combinging maesures of past behavior and present likelihood. New York: New York Academy of Sciences.

42. Malamuth, N. M., Heavey, C. L., & Linz, D. (1993). Sexual aggression: Issues in etiology, assessment and treatment. New York: Guilford Press.

43. Malatesta, V., & Turner, M. (1991). Self-nurturing activities in recovering sex addicts: Effects on depression, anxiety, and anger level. American Journal of Preventive Psychiatry & Neurology, 3 no.1, 6-7.

44. Malchiodi, C. (1990). Breaking the Silence: Art Therapy with Children from Violent Homes. Chicago, IL: Stern's book.

45. Maletesta, V., Chambless, D., Pollack, M., Cantor, A., & Widowhood. (1988). sexuality, and aging: a life span analysis. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 14, 49-62.

46. Maletzky, B. M. (1991). Treating the Sexual Offender. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

47. Malina, B. J. (1993). The New Testament world: Insights from cultural anthropology (xv ed.). Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press.

48. Malinowski, B. (1985). Sex and Repression in Savage Society. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

49. Malmo, C. (1990). Recovering the past: Using hypnosis to heal childhood trauma. Healing Voices, 194-220.

50. Malone, T. P., & Thomas, P. (1987). The Art of Intimacy. New York: Prentis Hall.

51. Maloney, G. A. (1994). That your joy may be complete: The secret of becoming a joyful person. Hyde Park,NY: New City Press.

52. Maltz, W. (1988). Identifying and treating the sexual repercussions of incest. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 14, 142-170.

53. Maltz, W., & Holman, B. (1987). Incest and Sexuality: A Guide to Understanding and Healing. Lexington,MA: Lexington Books.

54. Maltz, W. (1991). The Sexual Healing Journey. A Guide for Survivors fo Sexual Abuse. Chicago,IL: Stern's Books Svc.

55. Maltz, W. (1992). Self of the Therapist ... Caution: Treating Sexual Abuse Can be Hazardous to Your Love Life. Treating Abuse Today, 2.

56. Maltz, W. (1992). The Sexual Healing Journey: A Guide for Survivors of Sexual Abuse. New York: Harper Perennial.

57. Malz, W. (1992). The Sexual Healing Jouney.

58. Mamamuth, N. M. (1981). Rape proclivity among males. Journal of Social Issues, 37, 138-157.

59. Mamet, D. (1992). Oleanna. New York: Vintage Books.

60. Mandell, J. G., & Damon, L. (1992). Group Treatment for Sexually Abused Children.

61. Manley, G. (1989). In support of the sexual addiction concept. Contemporary Sexuality, 21(10), 7-8.

62. Manley, G. (1990). Treatment and recovery for sexual addicts. Nurse Practitioner, 15, 36-41.

63. Manley, G. (1990, February 18). Sexual addiction-an illness we can no longer ingnore. Paper presented at the AASECT XXII Annual Conference, Arlington, VA.

64. Manley, G. (1991). Sexual health recovery in sex addiction: Implications for sex therapists. American Journal of Preventive Psychiatry & Neurology, 3, 33-39.

65. Manley, G., & Koehler, J. D. (2001, March). Proposed diagnostic features of sexual behavior disorders. Paper presented at the AFAR/Vanderbilt Symposium, Nashville, TN.

66. Manley, G. (1995). Healthy Sexuality: Stage III Recovery. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 2,3, 157.

67. Manley, G. (1999). Treating chronical sexual dysfunction in couples recovering from sex addiction and sex coaddiction. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol. 6 No.2, 111-135.

68. Manley, G., & Koehler, J. (2001). Sexual Behavior Disorders: Proposed New Classification in the DSM-V. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 8(3-4), 253-265.

69. Mann, D. L. (1991). The Male's Experience of Sexual Abuse & Recovery. Treating Abuse Today, 1.1, 21-22.

70. Mann, D. L. (1991). The Swan Pond: The Male's Experience of Sexual Abuse & Recovery: Exploring Barriers to Disclosure. Treating Abuse Today, 1.2, 17-18.

71. Mann, D. L. (1992). The Male's Experience of Sexual Abuse and Recovery Addictive Process as a coping Means. Treating Abuse Today, 2.

72. Mann, D. L. (1992). The Male's Experience of Sexual Abuse & Recovery Crossing the Boundary: The Vulnerability of the Survivor-Therapist. Treating Abuse Today, 2.

73. Many Voices. (?). Many Voices. Cincinnati,OH.

74. Marcus. (1992). Into The Great Forest. New York,NY: Brunner.

75. Marcus. (?). Scary Night Visitors,paper. New York,NY: Brunner.

76. Marcus, A. M. (1971). Nothing is my number: An exploratory study of dangerous sex offenders in Canada. Toronto: General Publishing.

77. Marcuse, H. (1955). Eros and Civilization: A Philosophical Inquiry into Freud. Boston: Beacon Press.

78. Margolin, L. (1992). Deviance on the Record: Techniques for Labeling Child Abusers in Official Documents. Social Problems, 39, 58-70. (N)

79. Margolis, J. (1993). Real moral issues in sex allegation is the reporting. Chicago Tribune, December.

80. Maris, M. (1993). Clergy Sexual Misconduct: A systems perspective. Washington, DC: DC Alban Institute.

81. Maris, M. (1995). "...that which is hidden will be revealed" (Luke 12:2). In N. Hopkins & M. Laaser (Eds.), Restoring the Soul of a Church (p. 3). Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press. (N)

82. Marks, G., Burris, S., & Peterman, T. A. (1999). Reducing sexual transmission of HIV from those who know they are infected: The need for personal and collective responsibility. AIDS, 13, 297-306. (N)

83. Marks, G., Ruiz, M. S., Richardson, J. L., Reed, D., Mason, H. R. C., Sotelo, M., & Turner, P. A. (1994). Anal intercourse and disclosure of HIV infection among seropositive gay and bisexual men. Journal of Acquired Immune Difficiency Syndromes, 7, 866-869.

84. Marks, R. G. (1994). The image of Bar Kokhba in traditional Jewish Literature:False messiah and national hero. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press.

85. Markus, G. (Ed.). (1993). The Radical Tradition: Revolutionary saints in the battle for justice and human rights (xiv ed.). New York: Doubleday.

86. Marlatt, G. A. (1983). The controlled-drinking controversy: A commentary. American Psychologist, 38, 1097-1110.

87. Marlatt, G. A. (Ed.). (1998). Basic principles and strategies of harm reduction. In GA Marlatt (Ed.), Harm reduction: Pragmatic strategies for managing high-risk behaviors. New York: Guilford.

88. Marlatt, G. A. (Ed.). (1998). Highlights of harm reduction: A personal report from the first national harm reduction conference in the United States. In GA MArlatt (Ed.), Harm reduction: Pragmatic strategies for managing high-risk behaviors. New York: Guilford.

89. Marlatt, G. A., & Gordon, J. (1985). Relapse Prevention: Maintenance strategies in the treatment of addictive behaviors. New York: Guilford Press.

90. Marques, J., Day, D., Nelson, C., & West, M. (1993). Sexual aggression: Issues in etiology, assessment and treatment. Washington, DC: Taylor and Francis.

91. Marron, K. (1989). Ritual Abuse. Toronto: Seal Books.

92. Marsh, J. J., Hilliard, J., & Liechiti, R. (1955). A sexual deviation scale for the MMPI. Journal of Consulting Psychology, 19, 55-59.

93. Marshall, J. W. (1993). Israel and the Book of the Convenient: An anthropological approach to biblical law (x ed.). Atlanta: Scholars Press.

94. Marshall, L. E., & Marshall, L. W. (in press). The role of attachment in sexual offending: An examination of preoccupied attachment style offending behavior. In B. K. Schwartz (Ed.), The sex offender (Vol. 4). Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.

95. Marshall, L. E., Marshall, L. W., & Moulden, H. (2000, November). Sexual addiction, substance abuse, coping, and sexual history in sexual offenders. Paper presented at the 19th Annual Treatment and Research Conference of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, San Diego, CA.

96. Marshall, L. E., & Marshall, W. L. (1998, October). Sexual addiction and substance abuse in sexual offenders. Paper presented at the 17th Annual Treatment and Research Conference of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Vancouver, Canada.

97. Marshall, L. E., & Marshall, W. L. (2001). Excessive Sexual Desire Disorder Among Sexual Offenders: The Development of a Research Project. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 8(3-4), 301-307.

98. Marshall, M., McGee, D., & Owen, J. (1990). Beyond Termination: A Spouse's Story of Pain and Healing. Nashville: Broadman.

99. Marshall, W. (1991). Treatment of incest and pedophilic offenders: A pilot study. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 6, 239-255.
101. Marshall, W. (1991). Treatment outcome with sex offenders. Clinical Psychology Review, 11, 465-485.

102. Marshall, W. (1996). The Sexual Offender: Monster, Victim or Everyman? Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 8, 317-335. (N)

103. Marshall, W., & Anderson, D. (1996). An Evaluation of the Benefits of Relapse Prevention Programs with Sex Offenders. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 8, 209-221.

104. Marshall, W., & Barbaree, H. (1989). Sexual Violence. In Clinical Approaches to Violence. New York,NY: Wiley. (N)

105. Marshall, W., Eccles, A., & Barbaree, H. (1991). Issues in Clinical Practice with Sex Offenders. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 6, 68-93.

106. Marshall, W., Laws, D., & Barbaree, H. (1990). Handbook of Sexual Assault: Issues, Theories and the Treatment of Offenders. New York: Plenum Press.

107. Marshall, W., & Pithers, W. (1994). A reconsideration of treatment outcome with sex offenders. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 21, 10-27.

108. Marshall, W. L. (1989). Intimacy, lineliness and sexual offenders'. Behaviour Research and Therapy, (27)5, 491-503.

109. Marshall, W. L. (1995). The treatment of sex offenders in a community clinic. In R. R. Ross, D. H. Antonowicz, & G. K. Dhaliwal (Eds.) Going straight: Effective deliquency prevention and offenders rehabilitation. Ottawa, Ontario: Air Training and Publications.

110. Marshall, W. L., Anderson, D., & Fernandez, Y. M. (1999). Cognitive behavioral treatment of sexual offenders. Chichester, England: John Wiley & Sons.

111. Marshall, W. L., & Barbaree, H. E. (1988). The long-term evaluation of a behavioral treatment program for child molesters. Behavioral Research and Therapy, 26, 499-511.

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

113. Marshall, W. L., Christie, M. M., & Lanthier, R. D. (1979). Social competence, sexual experience, and attitudes to sex in incarcerated rapists and pedophiles. Ottawa: Solicitor General of Canada.

114. Marshall, W. L., Eccles, A., & Barbaree, H. E. (1991). Treatment of exhibitionists: A focus on sexual deviance versus cognitive and relationship features. Behavioral Research and Therapy, 29, 129-135.

115. Marshall, W. L., & Fernandez, Y. M. (1998). Cognitive-behavioural approaches to the treatment of the paraphiliacs: Sexual offenders. In V. E. Caballo (Ed.), International handbook of cognitive and behavioural treatment for psychological disorders. Oxford, England: Elsevier Science.

116. Marshall, W. L., & Lippens, K. (1977). The clinical value of boredom: A procedure for reducing inappropriate sexual interests. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 165, 283-287.

117. Marshall, W. L., & Marshall, L. E. (2000). The origins of sexual offending. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse: A Review Journal, 1, 250-263.

118. Marshall, W. L., Serran, G. A., & Cortoni, F. A. (2000). Childhood attachments, sexual abuse, and their relationship to adult coping in child molesters. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 12, 17-26.

119. Martin, D. (1981). Battered Wives (1st ed.). San Fransisco: Volcano Press.

120. Martin, J. (1989). How Our Family Coped With Incest. Magnificent Press.

121. Martin, L., & Haddad, J. (?). What if I Say No? M.H. Cap and Co.

122. Martinez, D. (1991). Eroticism: Reconnecting Faith and Flesh for God's Sake and Ours Also. National Catholic Reporter, March.

123. Martinez, D. (1993). Priests' treatment facility rocked by suits. National Catholic Reporter, 29:17, 5.

124. Martinez, G. (1993). Worship: Wedding to marriage. Washington,DC: Patoral Press.

125. Martini, C. M. S. J. (1993). Letting God Free us: Meditations on the Spiritual exercises. Hyde Park: New City Press.

126. Martinson, F. M. (1994). The Sexual Life of Children. Westport, CT: Bergin and Garvey.

127. Marty, M. E., & Appleby, S. R. (Eds.). (1994). Accounting For Fundamentalisms (ix ed., Vol. v. 4). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

128. Maslow, A. (1968). Toward a Psychology of Being. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

129. Masson, J. M. (1984). The assault on Truth: Freud's Suppression of the Seduction Theory. New York: Farrar Straus Giroux.

130. Masters, R. E. L. (1962). Forbidden sexual behavior and morality: An objective re-examination of perverse sex practices in different cultures. New York: Julian Press.

131. Masters, R., Masters, J., & Speltz, K. (1989). Female Sexual Offenders: An Exploratory Study. Orwell, VT: Safer Society Press.

132. Masters, W., & Johnson, V. (1982). Post graduate seminar on human sexual dysfunction. St Louis, MO.

133. Masters, W., Johnson, V., & Kolodny, R. (1985). Masters and Johnson on sex and human loving. Boston: Little, Brown.

134. Masters, W., Johnson, V., & Kolody, R. (1995). Human Sexuality. New York: HarperCollins.

135. Masters, W. H. (1986). Sexual dysfunction as an aftermath of sexual assault of men by women. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 12 no.1, 35-45.

136. Masters, W. H., & Johnson, V. E. (1966). Human sexual response. Boston: Little,Brown.

137. Masters, W. H., & Johnson, V. E. (1970). Human Sexual Inadequacy. New York: Bantam Books.

138. Masters, W. H., & Johnson, V. E. (1976). Principles of the new sex therapy. American Journal of Psychiatry, 133(5), 548-555.

139. Masterson. (1993). The Emerging Self. New York, NY: Brunner.

140. Masterson, J. F. (1988). The Search for the Real Self. New York: The Free Press.

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143. Mathery, J. (1998). Strategies for assesment and early treatment with sexually addicted families. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 5 no.1, 27-48.

144. Mathews, R. (1987). Typologies of female sexual offenders. Unpubished, federal copyright.

145. Mathews, R., Matthews, J., & Speltz, K. (1989). Female Sex Offenders: An exploratory study. Orwell, VT: Safer Society Press.

146. Mathias, J. L. (1972). Clear thinking about sexual deviation. Chicago: Nelson-Hall.

147. Matin, D. (1981). Battered Wives. San Francisco: Volcano Press.

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152. Matthews, V. H., & Benjamin, D. C. (1993). Social world of ancient Israel, 1250-587 BCE. Peabody,MA: Hendrickson Publishers.

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159. May, G. (1992). Addiction and Grace. Scrantonk, PA: Harper Collins Pres.

160. May, R. (1975). The courage to create. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.

161. May, R. (1972). The Meaning of Power. Power and Innocence, 99-119.

162. May, W. F. (1980). Professional Ethics: Setting, Terrain, and Teacher. Ethics Teaching in Higher Education, 231.

163. May, W. F. (1991). The Patient's Ordeal. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

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165. Mayer, A. (1988). Sex offenders: Approaches to understanding and management. Holmes Beach,FL: Learning Publications.

166. Mayer, A. (1983). Incest: A Treatment Manual for Therapy with Victims, Spouses and Offenders. Learning Publications.

167. Mayer, A. (1993). Adult Female Incest Offenders: Treatment Considerations. Treating Abuse Today, 3.

168. Mayer, A. (1996). Sex Offenders: Approaches to Understanding and Management. Holmes Beach, FL: Learning Publications, Inc.

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176. McCann, E., & Pearlmen, L. (1991). Psychological Trauma in the Adult Survivor. New York, NY: Brunner/Mazel.

177. McCann, L. (1991). A Combined Approach to Taking a Trauma History. Treating Abuse Today, 1.2, 3-8.

178. McCarthy, B. S. (1994). Seuxally compulsive men and inhibited secual desire. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, Vol.20 No.3.

179. McCarthy, B. W. (1994). Sexually Compulsive Men and Inhibited Sexual Desire. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 20, 200-209.
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188. McClory, R. (1992). Sex abuse policies flawed,says lawyer. National Catholic Reporter, 28:39, 4.

189. McClure, M. B. (1990). Reclaiming the Heart: A Handbook of Help and Hope for Survivors of Incest.

190. McConaghy, N. (1988). Sexual dysfunction and deviation. Behavioral assessment.

191. McConaghy, N. (1993). Sexual Behaviour: Problems an Management. New York: Plenum Press.

192. McConaghy, N. (1995). Are sex offeners ever "cured"? The Medical Journal of Australia, (162), 397ff.

193. McConaghy, N., Blaszczynski, A., Armstrong, M. S., & Kidson, W. (1989). Resistance to treatment of adolescent sex offenders'. Archives of Sexual Behaviour, (18)2, 97-107.

194. McConaghy, N., Blaszczynski, A., & Kidson, W. (1988). Treatment of sex offenders wtih imaginal desensitisation and/or medroxyprogesterone. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavia, 77, 199-206.

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196. McCormick, R. A. (1993). Commentary on the Declaration on Certain Questions Concerning Sexual Ethics. Readings in Moral Theology No 8, Dialogue about Catholic Sexual Teaching, 570.

197. McCorrmack, A., Rokous, F., Hazelwood, R., & Burgess, A. (1992). An exploration of incest in teh childhood development of serial rapists. Journal of Family Violence, 7, 219-228.

198. McCreary, C. P. (1975). Personality differences among child molesters. Journal of Personality Assessment, 39, 591-593.

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202. McDonnell, K. (1996). For Thine is the Kingdom and the Power and the Glory... Neither Chaos nor Death: Charism and Institution. The ISTI Sun, 2 no.4.

203. McDonough, K. (1995). The Effects of the Misconduct Crisis on Non-offending Clergy. In N. Hopkins & M. Laaser (Eds.), Restoring the Soul of a Church (p. 102). Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press.

204. McDonough, K. (1997). The Institutional Response. The ISTI Sun, 3 no.4.

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