Archive for March 30th, 2009

March 30

THE SEXUAL PSYCHOPATH: THE SAMPLE OF LEGAL PROCEDURE

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We interviewed 277 men who were adjudged, in California, to be sexual psychopaths. In addition to this interview, we were able to obtain the probation records for 42 per cent of these men, reports of the court psychiatrists (for 53 per cent), reports made by therapists and social workers during and at the conclusion of [...]

March 30

LOCATION OF THE SEX-OFFENSE: RESIDENCES.

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Less expected, for example, is the extent to which living quarters, either those of the offender or of his partner, or a joint residence, are a prime location for sex offenses other than incest. To these six should be added a single group from the force offenses-aggressions against children. It is only in the peeping, [...]

March 30

INCIDENCE OF HOMOSEXUAL ACTIVITY

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The homosexual offenders naturally have the largest proportions of individuals who have ever, since puberty, had sexual contact with one or more males, the proportions ranging from 98 per cent (the homo sexual offenders vs. adults) to 81 per cent. The fact that the incidence for all homo sexual-offender groups is not 100 per cent [...]

March 30

DREAMS: NOCTURNAL EMISSIONS

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Humans seem to have a virtual monopoly on orgasm during sleep: the phenomenon has almost never been noted in other animals. Although such orgasms are a common but quantitatively unimportant occurrence among males in the United States, they have received virtually no clinical attention aside from a study of the content of accompanying dreams. The [...]

March 30

MISCELLANEOUS HETEROSEXUAL OFFENDERS

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This is a heterogeneous category consisting of 31 males who were convicted of offenses against females where physical sexual contact did not occur or could not be proven; exhibition, peeping, and obscene communication cases are excluded. This negative definition leaves us with a vague residuum of offenses generally labeled as contributing to the delinquency of [...]