Principal Investigator: Jan Cioe, Ph.D., Psychology Department, University of British Columbia Okanagan, tel: (250) 807-8732, email: firstname.lastname@example.org Co-Investigator: Crystal Mundy, Clinical Ph.D. Student, Psychology Department, University of British Columbia Okanagan, email: email@example.com Study Name: Parenting Desires, Intentions, and Experiences Among Minor-Attracted Persons Abstract: The purpose of this study is to
B4U-ACT is collaborating with Canadian researchers who are developing an educational program for therapists who wish to work with MAPs. They are currently seeking input from MAPs about what should be included in such a program. If you are an MAP who meets the study requirements, consider participating. The study
The following study is being conducted by a Danish graduate student with whom B4U-ACT is collaborating. The study concerns a topic that is very relevant to the happiness and contentment of many if not most MAPs. MAPs who are interested in participating may click on the link given in the
At the 2018 Annual Conference of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT), Dr. Michael Seto presented a plenary talk titled “What Do We Know about Pedophilia?”. The talk mainly addressed characteristics of the attraction to children or young adolescents, but it also touched on issues related
B4U-ACT held its second research-oriented symposium, entitled “Expanding the Focus of Research on Minor-Attracted People,” on Saturday, September 22, 2018, in Baltimore, MD. Approximately 50 people attended, including minor-attracted persons (MAPs), mental health professionals, researchers, and advocates. The program included a keynote talk, four paper presentations, and three discussion sessions.
Male MAPs are needed to complete a survey that examines wanted and unwanted sexual experiences during childhood as well as cognitive development (and other developmentally relevant factors) among adult men with different sexual orientations. In contrast to most research in this area, the researchers want to shed light on the
Why call someone by what we don’t want them to be? The ethics of labeling in forensic/correctional psychology Gwenda M. Willis School of Psychology, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand ABSTRACT Labeling a person by their past behavior or a criminal conviction is commonplace throughout forensic and correctional psychology.
B4U-ACT is now accepting presentation proposals for its fall 2018 symposium entitled “Research on Minor-Attracted People: Expanding the Focus.” The theme of the symposium is the importance of studies that move beyond abuse prevention toward understanding the development and well-being of MAPs. The keynote speaker is Dr. Jill Levenson, PhD,
B4U-ACT regularly collaborates with and advertises studies we feel will contribute to professional understanding of MAPs and/or to MAPs’ well-being. If you are an MAP and you’d like to contribute to such professional understanding, please consider participating in the online study described below, being conducted by a master’s student from