erotopathic

er·o·to·path·ic

(er'ō-tō-path'ik),
Relating to erotopathy.
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er·o·to·path·ic

(ĕ-rot'ō-path'ik)
Relating to erotopathy.
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Currently, available data indicate that dynamic risk factors for sexual offense recidivism appear to be associated with one of two broad categories: (a) a pathological orientation towards love and sex, or "erotopathic risk-needs" (Wheeler, George, & Stephens, 2005; Wheeler, George, & Stoner, 2005) or (b) a generally antisocial orientation (Hanson & Morton-Bourgon, 2004; Hanson & Bussiere, 1998; Hanson & Harris, 2001; Hudson, Wales, Bakker, & Ward, 2002; Quinsey, Lalumiere, Rice, & Harris, 1995; Roberts, Doren, & Thornton, 2002).
"Erotopathic risk-needs" refer to the dynamic risk factors that are associated with the development and maintenance of maladaptive sexual behaviors and romantic relationships, e.g.
EROTOPATHIC DYNAMIC RISK NEEDS (SEXUAL/ DATING PROBLEMS THAT CAN GET YOU IN TROUBLE WITH AUTHORITY AND COULD HURT SOMEONE ELSE, OR BOTH HARMFUL AND COULD GET YOU INTO TROUBLE).