Sexual psychophysiology may be more susceptible to volunteer bias because this type of research is viewed as more intrusive than others forms of sex research (Plaud
, Gaither, Hegstad, Rowan, & Devitt, 1999; Wolchik et al., 1985).
, who testified that Charboneau's alcohol use disorder did not satisfy the mental illness requirement under the statute, that it was not appropriate to assume Charboneau would engage in future sexually violent conduct if he experienced a relapse and that Charboneau, therefore, did not qualify as a sexually violent person under the AWCPSA.
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If they have positive or neutral valences, their inclusion enhances the likelihood of class formation (Bentall, Dickins, & Fox, 1993; Bortoloti & de Rose, 2009), and if they have negative or conflicting valences (attractiveness and aversiveness in combination), they interfere with class formation (Grehan, 1998; Leslie, Tierney, Robinson, Keenan, & Watt, 1993; McGlinchey & Keenan, 1997; Peoples, Tierney, Bracken, & McKay, 1998; Plaud
, 1995; Watt, Keenan, Barnes, & Cairns, 1991).
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and Bigwood (1997) argued that this scenario exhibits insensitivity towards the assertions of the female.
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