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Indirect Assessment Of Cognitions Of Child Sexual Abusers With The Implicit Association Test
Nunes, Kevin L.
Baldwin, Mark W.
Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Criminal Justice and Behavior vol. 34 no. 4 (Apr. 2008)
child sexual abusers
Implicit Association Test
Rapid Risk Assessment for Sexual Offense Recidivism
The Implicit Association Test (IAT) is adapted to measure cognitions regarding self and children in 27 male child molesters and 29 male nonsexual offenders. As expected, child molesters view children as more sexually attractive than do nonsexual offenders. Among the child molesters, viewing children as more sexually attractive is associated with greater risk of sexual recidivism as measured by the Static-99. Viewing children as more powerful is associated with greater risk of sexual recidivism as measured by the Rapid Risk Assessment for Sexual Offense Recidivism. Although not all hypotheses are supported, this study demonstrates that the IAT has much promise as a tool with which to study cognitions associated with sexual abuse of children.
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