Editorial: Paraphilia p.246


Paraphilic Diagnoses in DSM-5 Richard B. Krueger and Meg S. Kaplan p.248


Axis I Psychiatric Disorders, Paraphilic Sexual Offending and Implications for Pharmacological Treatment Martin Kafka p.255


History of Abuse and Organic Difficulties in a Convenience Sample of 46 Ultra-orthodox Males with Pedophilia Eliezer Witztum, Netzer Daie, Ayala Daie-Gabai and Ariel Rosler p.262


Victim and Victimizer: The Role of Traumatic Experiences as Risk Factors for Sexually Abusive Behavior Lucinda A. Rasmussen p.270


Identifying Psychological Traits Potentially Subserving Aberrant Motivation or Inhibitory Failure in Pedophilic Behavior Lisa J. Cohen and Igor Galynker p.280


Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of the Paraphilias Meg S. Kaplan and Richard B. Krueger p.291


Pharmacological Treatment of Paraphilias Florence Thibaut p.297


Double-blind, Controlled, Clinical Trial Planned in Germany to Investigate the Efficacy of Psychotherapy Combined with Triptorelin in Adult Male Patients with Severe Pedophilic Disorders: Presentation of the Study Protocol Peer Briken, Wolfgang Berner and the P278 study group*  p.306


Book reviews p.314