Table of contents for The causes of rape : understanding individual differences in male propensity for sexual aggression / by Martin L. Lalumiere ... [et al].

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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.
Rape -- Psychological aspects.
Criminal behavior -- Genetic aspects.