nondeviant

nondeviant

(ˌnɒnˈdiːvɪənt)
adj
not deviant
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Goodwin (1991) notes that for many nondeviant consumptions, consumers are hesitant to provide information because it might lead to judgments from others that may hurt the individual's self-concept.
With this procedure, an adult client is instructed first to masturbate to a nondeviant sexual fantasy.
Both self-identified delinquents and nondelinquents make use of neutralization strategies and these strategies are used in deviant and nondeviant social contexts (Maruna & Copes, 2005).
4 [degrees] C) were reclassified as nondeviant or nonextreme because we wanted to focus on the health effects of higher temperatures.
2003, 408): "The optimal pharmacotherapy for paraphilias should (a) reduce selectively the sexual deviant behavior, impulses, and fantasies; (b) support or at least not impair nondeviant sexuality; and (c) not cause other adverse side effects.
Positive effects include reduced interest in and energy spent on pursuing sexual goals, but preservation of nondeviant sexual arousal.
Governments give authority to the legal system for regulating nondeviant as well as deviant behavior.
1981, A comparison of mothers of clinic-referred deviant, clinic-referred nondeviant and nonclinic children, Behaviour Research and Therapy, 19, 201-205.
It is through this exploratory and educational journey that the treatment model initiates the process of promoting the client's nondeviant sexual interests.
For example, Jenks (2001) asked 146 respondents to attribute characteristics to two hypothetical deviant groups, atheists and homosexuals, and two nondeviant groups, Catholics and Republicans.