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IP - Addictions: Internet Pedophiles - Treating Perpetrators & Victims Post Test

Psychologist, Ohio MFT and Counselor Post Test:
Only Psychologists, Ohio MFT's and Ohio Counselors taking this course for credit need to complete these additional questions below to be in compliance with their Boards. requirements. If you are not a psychologist, Ohio MFT or Ohio Counselor please return to the original Answer Booklet. You do not need to complete the additional questions below.

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1.1 What is a technique to help pedophiles confront the despair they felt after one of their addictive experiences?
1.2 The amount of self-pity a pedophilic client experiences is related to what?
2.1 What is the ‘Write a Letter to the Past’ technique for?
2.2 What often affects a child’s perception of sex?
3.1 In pedophilic clients, due to cultural influences, where does the “Unlovable” belief arise from?
4.1 What are three behaviors included in the ‘Co-Addict’ list?
5.1 Why do impotent men gravitate to children to satisfy their sexual needs?
7.1 What ideas might parents can emphasize to their children on how to protect themselves while online?
7.2 Regarding internet pedophiles, what may parents do to protect their children when they are not at home?

A. To how particularly degrading, humiliating, or risky the behavior was
B. ‘Reversing Core Beliefs’ technique
C. The type of environment a child is raised in
D. To help clients understand the ways in which their past had affected their present lives
E. Concealing behavior of the addict, denial of the obvious, secret pacts with other family members
F. This belief arises out of a public outrage
G. Detach the cable connecting the computer to the internet and take it with them
H. They may feel humiliated because of their lack of potency and give up trying with adult women
I. ‘Everyone you meet online is a stranger—even your ‘friends’, don’t give out personal information online to strangers, and don’t even think about meeting offline without discussing it with your parents

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8.1 According to Siedman et al., what are two common characteristics of sexual offenders which may be important in determining the nature of the offence?
9.1 According to Walters, what type of scale identifies eight styles of thinking that have been shown to be influential in criminal behavior?
10.1 According to Griffiths, what is the operational definition of ‘technological addictions'?
11.1 According to Young, what are five subtypes of Internet Addiction?
12.1 What does the four-stage addiction cycle proposed by Carnes begin with?
13.1 Out of 224 young male victims of sex abuse, how what percent ended up committing sexual offenses, typically with children?
14.1 According to Ames and Hovston, what characteristics do pedophiles describe themselves as?
15.1 According to Ames and Hovston, what do many pedophiles and child molesters claim?
16.1 According to Byrne, what is The Sexual Behavior Sequence?
17.1 According to Barak et al., what was the only correlate of the time men spent surfing sexually explicit Internet sites?

A. Psychological Inventory of Criminal Thinking Styles
B. Loneliness and lack of intimacy
C. (a) Cybersexual addiction, typically involving the compulsive use of adult websites for cybersex and cyberporn; (b) cyber-relationship addiction, typically involving the over-involvement in online relationships; (c) Net compulsions, typically involving obsessive/compulsive activities such as online gambling, shopping, day-trading, and so forth; (d) information overload, typically involving compulsive web surfing or database searching; and (e) computer addiction, typically involving obsessive computer game playing on games such as Doom, Myst, Solitaire etc.
D. On-chemical (behavioral) addictions which involve human-machine interaction
E. 12%
F. Preoccupation
G. That they were sexually abused as children
H. Introverted, shy, sensitive, and depressed
I. Men's past experience with sexually explicit media
J. A social psychological model of the antecedents and consequences of sexual behavior that can be applied to conceptualizing experience with internet sexuality

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