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TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments Chapter 1: Introduction PART ONE: GENERAL BACKGROUND Chapter 2: Rape across Cultures and Time Ethnographic Record of Pre-Literate Societies Historical Record Modern Period Rape and War Rape of Men Conclusion Chapter 3: Forced copulation in the Animal Kingdom Defining Forced Copulation The Battle Between the Sexes Alternative Male Strategies and Tactics Strategies Possibly Underlying Forced Copulation Conclusion PART TWO: IDENTIFYING AND MAKING SENSE OF INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES Chapter 4: Antisociality and Mating Effort Mating Effort and Parental Investment Antisociality The Link Between Antisociality and Mating Effort Antisociality, Mating Effort, and Rape Escalation and Specialization The Origins of Antisociality Conclusion Chapter 5: Sexual Interest in Rape What is a Sexual Disorder? Pedophilia The Phallometric Assessment of Rapists Sexual Arousal to Rape as a Sexual Disorder Sexual Arousal to Rape as a By-Product of Antisociality Sexual Arousal to Rape as a Design Feature of Antisociality The Developmental Sources of Sexual Arousal to Sexual Violence Conclusion Chapter 6: Psychopathology Studies of Psychopathology among Rapists Specific or General Brain Damage Testosterone and other Hormonal Imbalances Childhood Sexual Abuse Alcoholism and Other Substance Abuse Rape as an Addiction Conclusion Chapter 7: Contextual and Situational Factors Characteristics of Victims of Rape Is there a "Rape-Prone" Environment? Pornography Date Rape and Miscommunication Alcohol Intoxication Male Fraternities War Spousal Rape Conclusion PART THREE: IMPLICATIONS Chapter 8: The Clinical Assessment and Treatment of Rapists Can the Recidivism of Sex Offenders be Predicted? Does Treatment Reduce Recidivism? Chapter 9: Synthesis and Implications for Treatment The Causes of Rape The Treatment of Rape Final Word References End of Book Appendix on Forced Copulation
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Rape -- Psychological aspects.
Criminal behavior -- Genetic aspects.