Penile tumescence as a measure of sexual arousal: A reply to Farkas

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Abstract

Recognizes the susceptibility of the penile measure to faking but expresses doubt about the value of G. M. Farkas's (see record 1979-26637-001) suggested solution of obtaining a measure of voluntary control prior to treatment. The current authors claim that their study (see record 1978-01505-001) did not rely solely on the penile measure but also obtained self-report data and indirect information about motor behavior relevant to child molesting. (5 ref) (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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