Counterfeit Deviance revisited

By: Griffiths, Dorothy.
Contributor(s): Hingsburger, Dave | Hoath, Jordan | Ioannou, Stephanie.
Series: Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 26 (5) 2013: 471-480.Publisher: 2013Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | SEXUAL OFFENDINGSummary: Presents a theoretical piece to revisit the original counterfeit deviance theory, first presented in 1991 by Hingsburger, Griffiths and Quinsey, as a means to differentiate, in clinical assessment, a subgroup of persons with ID whose behaviours appeared like paraphilia but served a function that was not related to paraphilia sexual urges or fantasies. Clarifies the myths and misconceptions that have arisen and evaluates the theory based on additional research and clinical findings.
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Presents a theoretical piece to revisit the original counterfeit deviance theory, first presented in 1991 by Hingsburger, Griffiths and Quinsey, as a means to differentiate, in clinical assessment, a subgroup of persons with ID whose behaviours appeared like paraphilia but served a function that was not related to paraphilia sexual urges or fantasies. Clarifies the myths and misconceptions that have arisen and evaluates the theory based on additional research and clinical findings.

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