Psychology of Lust Murder Paraphilia, Sexual Killing, and Serial Homicide

ISBN-10: 012370510X
ISBN-13: 9780123705105
Edition: 2006
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Book details

List price: $84.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
Publication date: 4/21/2006
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 192
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

Examining the phenomenon of paraphilia in relationship to the crime of lust murder, this book synthesises relevant theories on sexual homicide and serial killing. It also gives practical suggestions linked to clinical prevention, diagnosis, and treatment strategies; police training, profiling, and apprehension efforts.

About the Authors
Introduction
Overview
Sexual Homicide and Serial Murder: Toward the Need for Integration
On Paraphilia and Lust Murder: A Preliminary Review
Organization of the Book
Paraphilia and Lust Murder
Overview
Understanding Sexuality: From Normative to Abnormal to Pathological
Definition of Paraphilia
Etiology of Paraphilia
Lust Murder or Erotophonophilia
Summary and Conclusion
Sexual Homicide and Serial Murder: What Do We Know?
Overview
Background on the Motivational and Trauma Control Models
The Classical Conditioning Model
The Motivational Model
The Trauma Control Model
Limitations of the Classical Conditioning, Motivational, and Trauma Control Models
Summary and Conclusion
An Integrative Model: What Do We Need?
Overview
Support for an Integrative Model on Serial Murder and Sexual Homicide
Defining the Elements of the Integrative Typology
An Integrative Theoretical Typology of Lust Murder
The Limits of the Integrative Theoretical Typology on Lust Murder
Summary and Conclusion
The Case of Jeffrey Dahmer
Overview
Methodological Concerns
Historical and Biographical Account of Jeffrey Dahmer
Summary and Conclusion
Dahmer, Paraphilia, and Lust Murder: Testing the Models
Overview
The Motivational Model
The Trauma Control Model
The Integrated Paraphilic Model
The Paraphilic Continuum
Summary and Conclusion
In Search of Meaning: On Theory Construction and Model Building
Overview
The Comparative Analysis: Comments on the Organizational Approach
Similarities Among the Models
Differences Among the Models
Unique Features Among the Models
Summary and Conclusion
Implications and Conclusions
Overview
Psychopathy, Crime, and Lust Murder: A Preliminary Review
The Integrative Typology: Speculative and Provisional Implications
Generalizing from the Integrative Typology
Summary and Conclusions
References
Index

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