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 William F. Enos, Theodore B. Conrath, and James C. Byer
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Sexual Abuse, Another Hidden Pediatric Problem: The 1977 C. Anderson Aldrich Lecture
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Pediatrics, Sep 1978; 62: 382 – 389.
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Are Children at Risk for Sexual Abuse by Homosexuals?
 Carole Jenny, Thomas A. Roesler, and Kimberly L. Poyer
Are Children at Risk for Sexual Abuse by Homosexuals?
Pediatrics, Jul 1994; 94: 41 – 44.
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Sexual Politics and Child Protection: They Don’t Mix
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Richard D. Krugman
Sexual Politics and Child Protection: They Don’t Mix
Pediatrics, Jul 1994; 94: 45 – 46.
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Sexual Abuse of Boys
 Mary J. Spencer and Patricia Dunklee
Sexual Abuse of Boys
Pediatrics, Jul 1986; 78: 133 – 138.
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Incest: Review and Clinical Experience
 Ida I. Nakashima and Gloria E. Zakus
Incest: Review and Clinical Experience
Pediatrics, Nov 1977; 60: 696 – 701.
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PEDOPHILIA : JOURNAL PEDIATRIC

William F. Enos, Theodore B. Conrath, and James C. Byer
Forensic Evaluation of the Sexually Abused Child
Pediatrics, Sep 1986; 78: 385 – 398.
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Sexual Abuse, Another Hidden Pediatric Problem: The 1977 C. Anderson Aldrich Lecture
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C. Henry Kempe
Sexual Abuse, Another Hidden Pediatric Problem: The 1977 C. Anderson Aldrich Lecture
Pediatrics, Sep 1978; 62: 382 – 389.
*……diagnosis therapy | Pediatrics | Pedophilia diagnosis therapy | Prognosis…family roles. Sexual abuse includes pedophilia (an adult’s preference or addiction…affair.” In discovered acts of pedophilia, such as occurs in fondling or……
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Are Children at Risk for Sexual Abuse by Homosexuals?
 Carole Jenny, Thomas A. Roesler, and Kimberly L. Poyer
Are Children at Risk for Sexual Abuse by Homosexuals?
Pediatrics, Jul 1994; 94: 41 – 44.
*……Homosexuality psychology | Humans | Infant | Male | Pedophilia Are Children at Risk for Sexual Abuse by Homosexuals…rights of homosexuals. REFERENCES 1. Sandfort T. Sex in pedophiliac relationships: an empirical investigation among a non-representative……
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Sexual Politics and Child Protection: They Don’t Mix
 COMMENTARY:
Richard D. Krugman
Sexual Politics and Child Protection: They Don’t Mix
Pediatrics, Jul 1994; 94: 45 – 46.
*……population. Previous studies have not shown that children are at greater risk of abuse from homosexuals. Homosexu-ality and pedophilia are apparently separate phe-nomena. The Jenny study is another step in provid-ing data to attempt to shed light on the……
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Sexual Abuse of Boys
 Mary J. Spencer and Patricia Dunklee
Sexual Abuse of Boys
Pediatrics, Jul 1986; 78: 133 – 138.
*……Article | Adolescent | Adult | Child | Child Abuse | Child, Preschool | Humans | Infant | Male | Paraphilias diagnosis | Pedophilia diagnosis | Prospective Studies | Retrospective Studies | Sex Offenses Sexual Abuse of Boys PEDIATRICS Vol. 78 No. 1 July……
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Incest: Review and Clinical Experience
 Ida I. Nakashima and Gloria E. Zakus
Incest: Review and Clinical Experience
Pediatrics, Nov 1977; 60: 696 – 701.
*……the man’s pattern of indiscriminate promiscuity, and another where the father had an intense craving for young children (pedophilia) and included the daughter as a sexual object. Four of the fathers in our group were reported as being sexually promiscuous……
 
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