This article reviews evaluation studies of programs designed to treat sex offenders with intellectual and developmental disabilities IDD published in peer-reviewed journals between and The study design, study setting, characteristics of participants, type of treatment, and intervention procedures comprise areas of focus for evaluating the implementation of treatment programs. Therapeutic outcomes include changes in attitudes consistent with sex offending, victim empathy, sexual knowledge, cognitive distortions, and problem sexual behaviors. Cognitive-behavioral treatments were the most commonly delivered treatment modality to sex offenders with IDD. Other less common treatments were dialectical behavioral therapy, problem solving therapy, mindfulness, and relapse prevention. No randomized controlled trials were identified.
Sexual knowledge, attitudes and activity of men conscripted into the military
The Sex Knowledge and Attitude Test (SKAT).
No eBook available CengageBrain. Wayne Weiten is a graduate of Bradley University and received his Ph. He currently teaches at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he runs a seminar on teaching and mentors new instructors. In , one of the five national teaching awards given annually by the Society for the Teaching of Psychology was named in his honor.
In jurisdictions throughout the United States, police frequently do not submit sexual assault kits SAKs for forensic DNA testing, and, instead, kits are shelved in police property, unprocessed, and ignored for years Campbell et al. A SAK also termed a "rape kit" is typically collected within hours after a sexual assault in order to obtain biological evidence from victims' bodies e. However, conservative estimates indicate there are at least , untested SAKs in U.