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Adams, Eve M. (1988). Sex of the Victim, Offender, and Helper: The Effects of Gender Differences on Attributions and Attitudes in Cases of Incest. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University.

Adams, Kenneth (1991). Silently Seduced: When Parents Make their Children Partners – Understanding Covert Incest. Deerfield Beach, FL: Health Communications, Inc.

Adshead, Gwen, Howett, Mimi, & Mason, Fiona (1994). Women who sexually abuse children: The undiscovered country. Journalof Sexual Aggression, 1(1), 45-56.

Allen, C. M. (1990). Women as perpetrators of child sexual abuse: Recognition barriers. In Horton, A. L., Johnson, A. L., Roundy, B. L., & Williams, L. M. (Eds.), The Incest Perpetrator: A Family Member No One Wants To Treat, pp. 108-125. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Allen, C. M. (1991). Women and Men Who Sexually Abuse Children: A Comparative Analysis. Orwell, VT: Safer Society Press.

Allen, C. M., & Pothast, H. L. (1994). Distinguishing characteristics of male and female child sex abusers. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 21, 73-88.

Anderson, Irina, & Swainson, Victoria (1991). Perceived motivation for rape: Gender differences in beliefs about female and male rape. Current Research in Social Psychology, 6(8), 107-122. Available at http://www.uiowa.edu/~grpproc/crisp/crisp.6.8.htm

Anderson, Peter B. (1993). Sexual victimization: It happens to boys, too. Louisiana Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Journal, 57(1), 5, 12.

Anderson, Peter B. (1998). Variations in college women's self-reported heterosexual aggression. Sex Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment 10(4), 283-92.

Anderson, Peter B. (1998). Women’s motives for sexual initiation and aggression. In P. B. Anderson & C. Struckman-Johnson (eds.), Sexually Aggressive Women: Current Perspectives and Controversies, pp. 79-93. New York: The Guilford Press.

Anderson Peter B., & Aymami R. (1993). Reports of female initiation of sexual contact: Male and female differences. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 22(4), 335-343.

Anderson, Peter B., & Melson, Dyan T., 2002. From deviance to normalcy: Women as sexual aggressors. Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality, 5 (October 23). Available at http://www.ejhs.org/volume5/devianceabst.html

Anderson, Peter B., & Newton, Maria (1997). The initiating heterosexual contact scale: A factor analysis. Sex Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment 9, 179-186.

Anderson, Peter B., & Newton, Maria (2004). Predicting the use of sexual initiation tactics in a sample of college women. Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality, 7(May 1). Available at http://www.ejhs.org/volume7/Anderson/text.html

Anderson, P. B., & Sorenson, W. (1999). Male and female differences in reports of women’s heterosexual initiation and aggression. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 28(3), 285-295.

Anderson, Peter B., & Struckman-Johnson, Cindy (eds.) (1998). Sexually Aggressive Women: Current Perspectives and Controversies. New York: The Guilford Press.

Araji, S. (1997). Sexually Aggressive Children: Coming to Understand Them. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Atkinson, J. (1995). The Assessment of Female Sex Offenders. Kingston, ON: Correctional Service of Canada.

Atkinson, Jill L. (1996). Female sex offenders: A literature review. Forum on Corrections Research, 8(2), 39-42.

Bachmann, K. M., Moggi, F., & Stirnemann-Lewis, F. (1994). Mother-son incest and its long-term consequences: A neglected phenomenon in psychiatric practice. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 182, 723-725.

Banning, A. (1989). Mother-son incest: Confronting a prejudice. Child Abuse & Neglect, 13, 563-570.

Barnett. S., Corder, F., & Jehu, D. (1990). Group treatment for women sex offenders against children. Groupwork, 3(2), 191-203.

Baron, R. S., Burgess, M. L., & Kao, C. F. (1991). Detecting and labeling prejudice: Do female perpetrators go undetected? Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 17, 115-123.

Bear, E. (1993). Inpatient Treatment for Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse: A Summary of Data From 22 Programs. Brandon, VT: Safer Society Press.

Beck, A., Harrison, P., and Guerion, P., (2009), Sexual Victimization in Juvenile Facilities Reported by Youth, 2008-09. Retrived December, 2010, American Bureau of Justice Statistics Clearinghouse, http://bjs.ojp.usdoj.gov/index.cfm?ty=pbdetail&iid=2113

Becker, Judith V. (1998). What we know about the characteristics and treatment of adolescents who have committed sexual offenses. Child Maltreatment, 3(4), 317-29.

Becker, Judith V., Hall, Susan, and Stinson, Jill D. (2002). Female sexual offenders: Clinical, legal, and policy issues. Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 1(3), 31-53.

Beier, K. M. (2000). Female analogies to perversion. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 26(1), 79-93.

Bell, K. (1999). Female offenders of sexual assault. Journal of Emergency Nursing, 25(3), 241-243.

Behrendt, N., Buhl, N., & Seidl, S. (2002). The lethal paraphiliac syndrome: accidental autoerotic deaths in four women and a review of the literature. International Journal of Legal Medicine, 116(3), 148-52.

Blues, Anne, Moffatt, Carole, & Telford, Paula (1999). Work with adolescent females who sexually abuse: Similarities and differences. In Marcus Erooga & Helen C. Masson (eds.), Children and Young People Who Sexually Abuse Others: Challenges and Responses, pp. 168-182. London: Routledge.

Bolton, F. G., Morris, L. A., & MacEachron, A. E. (1989). Males at Risk: The Other Side of Sexual Abuse. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Bordon, T. A., & LaTerz, J. D. (1993). Mother/daughter incest and ritual abuse: The ultimate taboos. Treating Abuse Today, 3(4), 5-8.

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Briere J. & Elliott D.M. (2003). Prevalence and psychological sequelae of self-reported childhood physical and sexual abuse in a general population sample of men and women. Child Abuse & Neglect, 27, 1205-1222.

Brinton, Connie, 2000. A Comparison of Sexual Arousal Patterns of Female Sex Offenders and Nonoffenders. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. San Francisco, CA: Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality.

Brodie, Faith (1992). When the Other Woman Is His Mother: Book One/Boys As Incest Victims and Male Multiple Personality Disorder/for Partners and Professionals. Tacoma, WA: Winged Eagle Press.

Brow, M.E., Knopp, F.H., & Lackey, L.B. (1987). Female Sexual Abusers: A Summary of Data from 44 Treatment Providers. Orwell: Safer Society Press.

Brown, M.E., Hull, L.A., & Panesis, S.K. (1984). Women Who Rape. Boston: Massachusetts Trial Court. [Cited in Mathews, Matthews, & Speltz, 1990; and Syed & Williams, 1996] Available from the National Institute of Corrections library. Accession number 004911. Contact NIC through the web site at http://www.nicic.org/Contact.aspx or call the NIC Information Center at 1-800-877-1461.

Bumby, N. H., & Bumby, K. M. (2004). Bridging the gender gap: Addressing juvenile females who commit sexual offences. In G. O’Reilly, W. L. Marshall, A. Carr, & R. C. Beckett (Eds.), The handbook of clinical intervention with young people who sexually abuse (pp. 369–381). New York, NY: Brunner-Routledge.

Bumby, K., & Halstenson Bumby, N. (1997). Adolescent female sex offenders. In B. Schwartz, & H.Cellini, (eds.), The Sex Offender: New Insights, Treatment Innovations and Legal Developments, Vol. II, pp. 10-1 10-16. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute, Inc.

Bumby, K. M., Halstenson Bumby, N., Burghess, A. W., & Hartman, C. R. (1996). From Victims to Victimizers: Sexually Aggressive Post-Traumatic Responses of Sexually Abused Adolescent Females.

Bunting, L. (2007). Dealing with a problem that doesn't exist? Professional responses to female perpetrate. Child Abuse Review, 4, 252-267, John Wiley & Sons

Bunting, L. (2005). Females who sexually offend against children: Responses of the child protection and criminal justice systems. NSPCC Policy Practice Research Series. London: NSPCC.

Burgess A., Hartman C., McCausland M., & Powers P. (1984). Response patterns in children and adolescents exploited through sex rings and pornography. American Journal of Psychiatry, 14, 656-662

Burket, Lowell E. (1985). Guilt and Moral Judgment in the Juvenile Female Sex Offender: A Comprehensive Literature Review. Unpublished MA thesis. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh.

Busby, D. M., & Compton, S. V. (1997). Patterns of sexual coercion in adult heterosexual relationships: An exploration of male victimization. Family Process, 36(1), 81-94.

Byard, R. W., Hucker, S. J., & Hazelwood, R. R. (1993). Fatal and near-fatal autoerotic asphyxial episodes in women: Characteristic features based on a review of nine cases. American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology, 14(1), 70-3

Byers, E. Sandra (1996). How well does the traditional sexual>