Overview Program Proceedings Reading List

 

Pedophilia, Minor-Attracted Persons, and the DSM: Issues and Controversies

Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Baltimore, MD

Click on the links below to access the proceedings of the symposium, as well as the four slide presentations used by speakers.

 

Symposium Proceedings

Part 1: pages i – 38 (pdf, 6 MB)

Part 2: pages 39 – 55 (pdf, 7 MB)

Part 3: pages 56 – 79 (pdf, 714 KB)

 

Slide presentations, in order of appearance in the program:

 

Decriminalizing mental disorder concepts: Pedophilia as an example (ppt, 600 kb)

John Z. Sadler, M.D., University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

 

 

“Is there anybody out there?” Testimony of minor-attracted persons and hearing versus listening to their voices (pptx, 95 kb)

Nancy Nyquist Potter, Ph.D., University of Louisville, Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry

 

 

Forensic Implications of DSM-V’s Pedohebephilia (pptx, 900 kb)

Renee Sorrentino, M.D., Harvard Medical School, Institute for Sexual Wellness

 

 

The DSM and the Stigmatization of People who Are Attracted to Minors (pptx, 400 kb)

Richard Kramer, B4U-ACT, Inc.