Here, you find the list of all the publications that have been reviewed by B4QR over time.

  • Abé, C., Adebahr, Liberg, B., Mannfolk, C., Lebedev, A., Eriksson, J., Långström, and Rahm, C  (2020) “Brain structure and clinical profile point to neurodevelopmental factors involved in pedophilic disorder”, Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica: https://doi.org/10.1111/acps.13273. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (2)].

  • Bayram, G., Parks, A., Juth, N., Rahm, C. (2021) “Health care professionals’ view on pedophilic disorder: a qualitative study”, Sexual and Relationship Therapy: https://doi.org/10.1080/14681994.2021.1900560. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (3)].

  • Berryessa, C. M. (2020) “Brain Abnormalities Associated with Pedophilic Disorder: Implications for Retribution and Rehabilitation”, The Routledge Handbook of the Philosophy and Science of Punishment, (pp.231-245), Chapter 19. Routledge. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (1)]

  • Blanchard, R., Beier, K. M.,Gomez Jimenez, F. R., Grundmann, D., Krupp, J., Semenya, S. W., and Vasey, P. L. (2020) “Meta-analyses of fraternal and sororal birth order effects in homosexual pedophiles, hebephiles, and teleiophiles”, Archives of Sexual Behavior: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11920-020-01177-w. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (1)].

  • Elchuk, D. L., McPhail, I. V., & Olver, M. E. (2021) “Stigma-Related Stress, Complex Correlates of Disclosure, Mental Health, and Loneliness in Minor Attracted People”, Stigma and Health. Advance online publication: https://doi.org/10.1037/sah0000317. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (3)].

  • Fafejta, M. (2021) “Coming out of People with Pedophilic Orientation”, International Journal of Sexual Health, DOI: 10.1080/19317611.2021.1913687. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (4)].

  • Harper C. A. and Lievesley R. (2020) “Sex Doll Ownership: An Agenda for Research”, Current Psychiatry Reports, 22:54: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11920-020-01177-w. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (1)].

  • Harper, C., Lievesley, R., Blagden N., Hocken, K.  (2021) “Humanizing pedophilia as stigma reduction: A large-scale intervention study”, Archives of Sexual Behavior. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (3)].

  • Heron, R. L., Schwiekert, L., and Karsten, J. (2021) “Meeting a person with pedophilia: Attitudes towards pedophilia among psychology students: A pilot study”, Current Psychology: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-021-01384-5. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (2)].

  • Jara, G. A. and Jeglic, E. (2021) “Changing public attitudes toward minor attracted persons: an evaluation of an anti-stigma intervention”, Journal of Sexual Aggression: https://doi.org/10.1080/13552600.2020.1863486. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (2)].

  • Jones S.J., Ó Ciardha C and Elliott I. A. (2020) “Identifying the Coping Strategies of Nonoffending Pedophilic and Hebephilic Individuals From Their Online Forum Posts”, Sexual Abuse. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (1)].

  • Lawrence, A. L. and Willis, G. M. (2021) “Understanding and Challenging Stigma Associated With Sexual Interest in Children: A Systematic Review”, International Journal of Sexual Health: https://doi.org/10.1080/19317611.2020.1865498. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (2)].

  • Lievesley, R. and Harper C. (2021) “Applying desistance principles to improve wellbeing and prevent child sexual abuse among minor-attracted”, Journal of Sexual Aggression (forthcoming). [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (2)].

  • McPhail, I. V., Olver, M. E., Nicholaichuk, T. P., & Haynes, A. (2020) “Convergent and predictive associations of three measures of pedophilic interest”, Sexual Abuse: https://doi.org/10.1177%2F1079063220968042. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (1)].

  • Moss, S., Stephens, S., McPhail, I. (2021) “The Association between Maladaptive Coping and Treatment Motivation in Individuals who are Sexually Attracted to Children Living in the Community”, Journal of Sex and Martial Therapy, DOI:  10.1080/0092623X.2021.1922564. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (4)].

  • Münch, R. Walther, and H. Müller, S. (2020) “Should Behavior Harmful to Others Be a Sufficient Criterion of Mental Disorders? Conceptual Problems of the Diagnoses of Antisocial Personality Disorder and Pedophilic Disorder”, Front Psychiatry, 11:558655. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (1)].

  • Mundy, C., Lewis, H., and Cioe, J. (2021) “Romantic and Sexual Relationships with Adult Partners Among Pedohebephilic Men”, Archives of Sexual Behavior, DOI: 10.31234/osf.io/b3uhn. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (4)].

  • Nielsen M. H., Aaskov L., and Larsen J. E. (2020) “When virtuous paedophiles meet online: A sociological study of a paedophile community”, Sexualities: https://doi.org/10.1177%2F1363460720979306. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (2)].

  • Ó Ciardha, C., Ildeniz, G., Karoğlu, N. (2021) “The prevalence of sexual interest in children and sexually harmful behavior self-reported by males recruited through an online crowdsourcing platform”, Sex Abuse: https://doi.org/10.1177/10790632211013811. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (3)].

  • O’Connor, A. and Gannon, T. A. (2021) “An examination of the prevalence and characteristics of UK community males who hold a sexual interest in children using the revised interest in child molestation scale”, Psychology, Crime & Law, DOI: 10.1080/1068316X.2021.1876049. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (4)].

  • Pedneault, C. I., Hilgard, J., Pettersen, C., Hermann, C. A., White, K., & Nunes, K. L. (2021) “How well do indirect measures assess sexual interest in children? A meta-analysis.”, Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology: https://doi.org/10.1037/ccp0000627. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (3)].

  • Savoie, V, Quayle, E, and Flynn, E (2021) “Prevalence and correlates of individuals with sexual interest in children: A systematic review”, Child Abuse & Neglect, Vol. 115, DOI: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2021.10500. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (4)].

  • Scarpazza, C., Finos, L., Genon, S., Masiero, L., Bortolato, E., Cavaliere, C,. Pezzaioli, J., Monaro, M., Navarin, N., Battaglia, U., Pietrini, P., Ferracuti, S., Sartori, G., and Ciani. A.S.C (2021) “Idiopathic and acquired pedophilia as two distinct disorders: an insight from neuroimaging”, Brain Imaging and Behavior: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11682-020-00442-z. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (2)].

  • Speer, L., Schuler M., Keil, J., Moran, J. K., Pantazidis, P., Amelung, T., Florack, J. Beier, M. K. and Senkowski, D. (2020) “Sexual preference for pubescent children is associated with enhanced processing of child faces in juveniles”, European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00787-020-01684-4. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (1)].

  • Stephens, S., McPhail, I. V., Heasman, A., & Moss, S. (2021) “Mandatory Reporting and Clinician Decision-Making When a Client Discloses Sexual Interest in Children”, Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science / Revue canadienne des sciences du comportement: https://doi.org/10.1037/cbs0000247. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (3)].

  • Walker, A. (2021) A Long, Dark Shadow: Minor-Attracted People and Their Pursuit of DIgnity, University of California Press. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (4)].

  • Walker, A., Butters, R. P., and Nichols, E. (2021) “‘I Would Report It Even If They Have Not Committed Anything’: Social Service Students’ Attitudes Toward Minor-Attracted People”, Sexual Abuse: https://doi.org/10.1177/1079063221993480. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (2)].

  • Winters G.M., Jeglic E.L., and Kaylor L.E. (2020) “Validation of the Sexual Grooming Model of Child Sexual Abusers”, Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 29 (7), p.1-21. PMID: 33006502. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (1)].

  • Wurtele, S. K. (2021) “’They’re Not Monsters!’ Changing University Students’ Perceptions of Child Sex Offenders through Education and Contact”, Journal of Criminal Justice Education: https://doi.org/10.1080/10511253.2021.1892159. [Reviewed in B4QR Vol. 1 (3)].