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However, classifying sexual offenders has been shown to be problematic.
Sexual offenders exhibit heterogeneous characteristics, yet they present with similar clinical problems or criminogenic needs (e.g., emotional regulation deficits, social difficulties, offense supportive beliefs, empathy deficits, and deviant arousal); the degree to which these clinical issues are evident varies among individual offenders (Ward & Gannon, 2006).
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(For more on "Effectiveness of Treatment for Adult Sex Offenders," see chapter 7 in the Adult section.) Although other typologies exist, this chapter only includes the classification systems that have been empirically derived and validated.