5 edition of Exhibitionism, Description, Assessment , And Treatment (Garland series in sexual deviation) found in the catalog.
by Garland STPM Press
Written in English
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Exhibitionism by Reid J. Daitzman, Daniel J. Cox, SeptemberGarland STPM Press edition, Hardcover in English Exhibitionism, Description, Assessment, And Treatment (Garland series in sexual deviation) (September edition) | Open Library.
The assessment and treatment of exhibitionism is a complex undertaking that involves differential diagnoses of related symptoms, including comorbid psychopathological conditions, other paraphilias. Abstract. Against the background of the maladaptive sexual approach disorders, exhibitionism stands out as unusual in several respects.
As opposed to pedophiles, exhibitionists commit a significantly greater number of deviant acts and are apprehended more often, yet they are jailed less often as well (Maletzky, ). Abstract. Exhibitionism involves exposing one’s genitals or sexual organs to a nonconsenting individual.
While exhibitionism is not a new phenomenon, it was not included in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders [DSM] until Definition. Exhibitionism is a mental disorder characterized by And Treatment book compulsion to display one's genitals to And Treatment book unsuspecting stranger.
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, also known as the DSM-IV-TR, classifies exhibitionism under the heading of the "paraphilias," a subcategory of sexual and gender identity disorders.
Exhibitionism is a form of paraphilia, but most people who have exhibitionism do not meet the clinical criteria for a paraphilic disorder, which require that a person's behavior, fantasies, or intense urges result in clinically significant distress or impaired functioning or cause harm to others (which in exhibitionism includes acting on the urges with a nonconsenting person).
Journals & Books; Help; An assessment of the sexual preferences of exhibitionists and matched non-offenders, revealed greater arousal to scenes of exposing among the offenders but the actual degree of deviant preferences was not marked.
In Cox, D. & Daitzman, R. (Eds), Exhibitionism: Description, assessment, and treatment (pp. Cited by: Exhibitionism Exhibitionistic disorder is a condition marked by the urge, fantasy, or act of exposing one’s genitals to non-consenting people, particularly strangers.
Treatment of Exhibitionism. The most common form of treatment for this disorder is psychotherapy and medication. Some different types of psychotherapy used in treatment are cognitive-behavioral therapy, group therapy or couples therapy (this therapy is most useful to exhibitionists who are married).
Exhibitionism that requires treatment is more than just the urge to be in the spotlight. True exhibitionism is the compulsive urge to expose oneself in public or to perform a sexual act where others can or may see. *Men and Exhibitionism.
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Exhibitionism, Description, Assessment, And Treatment (Garland series in sexual deviation) by Daniel J. Cox, Reid J. Daitzman ISBN (). The Clinic was established specifically to assist the courts in the assessment and treatment of offenders.
The choice of exhibitionism and pedophilia for consideration was made on purely quantitative grounds, and quantitative considerations remained a leading factor throughout the study.
William L. Marshall, in Comprehensive Clinical Psychology, Exhibitionism. Exhibitionism involves the deliberate and unsolicited exposure of the genitals to an unwilling audience. It is the most common of all sexual offenses, accounting for over one-third of all convictions for sexual crimes in the USA, Canada, England, Germany, and Hong Kong (Rooth, ).
Exhibitionism has historically been viewed as more of a nuisance than a serious criminal justice matter. Research has demonstrated that the number of exhibitionists who are detected re-offending is a significant under-representation of the number who actually re-offend.
The objective of this study was to extend a previous study conducted on exhibitionists, while attempting to solve the. Introduction: Exhibitionism Description of Exhibitionism.
Exhibitionism: A disorder in which fantasies about or the act of exposing the genitals to an unsuspecting stranger produces sexual excitement with no attempt at further sexual activity with the stranger.
Source: MeSH Exhibitionism: Related Topics. These medical condition or symptom topics may be relevant to medical information for. Exhibitionism definition: Exhibitionism is behaviour that tries to get people's attention all the time, and | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Exhibitionism is the act of exposing in a public or semi-public context those parts of one's body that are not normally exposed – for example, the breasts, genitals or practice may arise from a desire or compulsion to expose themselves in such a manner to groups of friends or acquaintances, or to strangers for their amusement or sexual satisfaction or to shock the bystander.
T1 - Exhibitionism. T2 - Etiology and treatment. AU - Blair, C. David. AU - Lanyon, Richard I. PY - /5/1. Y1 - /5/1. N2 - A review of the literature on exhibitionism yields no empirical support for any particular etiological theory, although Cited by: Exhibitionism: Exhibitionism is characterized by intense, sexually arousing fantasies, urges or behaviors involving exposure of the individual's genitals to an unsuspecting stranger.
The individual with this problem, sometimes called a "flasher," feels a need to surprise, shock or impress his victims. The condition usually is limited to the exposure, with no other harmful advances made.
Now in a fully revised and updated second edition, this important work provides authoritative scientific and applied perspectives on the full range of paraphilias and other sexual behavior problems.
For each major clinical syndrome, a chapter on psychopathology and theory is followed by a chapter on assessment and treatment. Challenges in working with sex offenders are considered in Reviews: 3.