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1

What is the definition of paraphillia?

Any intense and persistent sexual interest other than sexual interests in genital stimulation or preparatory fondling with phenotypically normal, physically mature and consenting human partners

2

What is de definition of a paraphilic disorder?

This is a paraphillia that is currently causing distress or impairment to the individual or paraphilia whose satisfacion has entailed personal harm, or risk of harm to others

3

What are the 2 criteria for a paraphilic disorder?

1. The qualitative nature of the paraphilia (bv exposing genitals to strangers)
2. Negative consequences of the paraphilia (bv distress)

4

What are the 2 sexual deviance groups

1. anomalous activity preferences
2. anomalous target preferences

5

what disorder does someone have who gets aroused by being beated or humiliated or tortured?

sexual masochism

6

what disorder does someone have who gets aroused by inflicting of mental or physical sufferint to a victim

sexual sadism

7

what is coprophilia?

getting aroused by feces (uitwerpselen, yuk)

8

how is it called when someone injects himself with liquids via the anus

klismaphilia

9

What is urolagnia?

getting aroused by urine

10

What is hands-off sexual abuse?

Abuse without contact; porn or verbal sexual abuse

11

True of false: the earlier children start in deviant sexual behavior, the more dangerous they will become

True.

12

True of false: commiting a crime as a minor is not a risk factor for offending in the future?

False. It is a risk factor

13

What is a sexual sollicitation?

Via online sources trying to seek contact with victims. Bv via chat.

14

What is a conspiracy (komplot) crime?

A crime which is committed by a group of people who planned everything out.

15

True or false: rape is only rape when a real penis is in the case, not other objects

true

16

Why are all the numbers an underestimation?

Because not all the victims reports the offendings to the police. (they're ashamed, scared)

17

Which 2 different approaches do we have of the development of deviant sexual behavior?

The unifactorial and the multifactorial

18

What does the precondition model from Finkelhor says?

That there are 4 preconditions:
1. motivation
2. no internal disinhibition
3. no external disinhibition
4. no resistance of victim

19

What does the pathwaymodel from Hudson look like?

5 pathways:
1. lack of intimicy
2. deviant sexual scripts
3. emotional disregulation
4. antisocial cognitions
5. multiple disfunctional mechanisms

20

describe the 9 phases

1. Event
2. Desire for a deviant sex or activity
3. choice (deviant) goals
4. Choice strategy (Avoid or approach)
5. start high risk situation
6. error
7. sexual offense
8. Post-offense evaluation
9. attitude towards future offenses

21

what are the 4 pathways of sexual offense?

1. avoidant-passive
2. avoidant-active
3. approach-automatic
4. approach-explicit