B4QR Volume 2, Issue 2 Out Now

The Spring 2022 issue of the B4U-ACT Quarterly Review has just been released and is available here. This issue continues the second volume of B4QR, and includes short critical summaries of eight ...

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B4QR Volume 2, Issue 1 Out Now

The Winter 2022 issue of the B4U-ACT Quarterly Review has just been released and is available here. This issue commences the second volume of B4QR, and includes short critical summaries of eight ...

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B4QR Issue 4 Out Now

The Autumn 2021 issue of the B4U-ACT Quarterly Review has just been released and is available here. This issue includes short critical summaries of five studies published between February and July ...

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B4QR Issue 3 Out Now

The Summer 2021 issue of the B4U-ACT Quarterly Review, has just been released and is available here. This issue includes short critical summaries of seven studies published between February ...

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A PDF version of our MAP Research Summary now available!

For some time now, we have had on our website a (non-comprehensive) summary of research concerning MAPs. The summary is divided into key topics, and each topic comes with a list of relevant publications. In its current form, however, the summary cannot easily be accessed in its entirety. One needs

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B4U-ACT Holds 2018 Symposium

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.

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Why call someone by what we don’t want them to be?

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.

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