Sexual Murderers: A Comparative Analysis and New Perspectives
List of Tables.
About the Editors.
List of Contributors.
Sexual Murderers: Myth and Reality.
PART I: THE MONTREAL STUDY.
Chapter 1. Sexual Murder: Definitions, Epidemiology and Theories.
Chapter 2. Sexual Murderers and Sexual Aggressors: Developmental Paths and Criminal History.
Chapter 3. Sexual Murderers and Sexual Aggressors: Psychopathological Considerations.
Chapter 4. Sexual Murderers and Sexual Aggressors: Intention and Situation.
Chapter 5. The Factors Distinguishing Sexual Murderers from Sexual Aggressors: A Multivariate Analysis.
Chapter 6. Serial Killers and Sexual Murderers.
Chapter 7. Sadistic Sexual Offenders.
Chapter 8. Angry or Sadistic: Two Types of Sexual Murderers.
Chapter 9. The Motivation and Criminal Career of Sexual Murderers.
PART II: THE BIRMINGHAM STUDY.
Chapter 10. A Comparison of Rapists and Sexual Murderers on Demographic and Selected Psychometric Measures.
Chapter 11. Identification of Motivations for Sexual Murder.
PART III: PRACTICAL ISSUES.
Chapter 12. The Role of Profiling in the Investigation of Sexual Homicide.
Chapter 13. Psychotherapeutic and Psychodynamic Issues with Sexual Murderers.
Eric Beauregard is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminology at the University of South Florida. his PhD dissertation, completed at the School of Criminology, University of Montreal, was on the hunting patterns of serial sex offenders. Before joining USF in 2005, Dr. Beauregard worked as a clinical criminologist for Correctional Service Canada, where he was responsible for the phallometric and criminological assessment of sex offenders. He evaluated more than 1200 different sex offenders either during their admission process or before their release. He has published a number of studies on the offending process of sexual offenders, criminal profiling, and sexual preferences of sex offenders.
Maurice Cusson is Professor at the School of Criminology a t the University of Montreal and Researcher at the International centre of comparative Criminology at that university. Over the last thirty years, he has written ten books and more than 50 book chapters or refereed articles, in both French and English. he has received four prizes for his books, including two from the Academie des Sciences Morales and Politiques de I'Institut de France. His main research interests are homicide, crime prevention, the rational-choice perspective in criminology, and national security.
Alexandre Nicole is a clinical criminologist for the sex offender treatment programme at the Philippe-Pinel Institute of Montreal, a maximum-security psychiatric hospital. the institute id affiliated to the University of Montreal and M. Nicole also collaborates to various research projects related to sexual offending.