David Riegel in his own words:
In my nearly eighty years I have worn many hats, - one with scrambled eggs on the brim - having been, among other diversions, an electrical contractor, airline pilot, amateur archeologist, real estate broker, and intermittent professional student. I was drawn into research and writing in the behavioral sciences when I was approached in 1999 by an editor of the McGraw Hill textbook Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Human Sexuality for an essay on the controversy that was then swirling around the 1998 Rind-Bauserman-Tromovitch publication of "A meta-analytic examination of assumed properties of child sexual abuse using college samples" in Psychological Bulletin, 124, 22-53. The essay was accepted by this editor, but the McGraw Hill management refused to publish it until some five years later, as described in The Odyssey of an Essay.
Since then, I have been involved in primarily Internet based research into the psychosexual development of boys, a field that unfortunately for some time had been dominated by "victimology" and "child sexual abuse" paradigms. I have been published in various journals, in the above mentioned textbook, and am the author of six paperback books on these issues. To provide a better foundation for my endeavors, in 2005 I finally completed an earned undergraduate degree in Psychology from a fully accredited state college.
His Academic Publications:
Riegel, D. (2011) The Role of Androphilia in the Psychosexual Development of Boys. International Journal of Sexual Health 23 (1)2-13.
Riegel, D. (2010) The Participating Victim: Complement to Mal�n. Archives of Sexual Behavior 38
Riegel, D. (2009) Boyhood Sexual Experiences with Older Males: Using the Internet for Behavioral Research. Archives of Sexual Behavior 38 (5) 626-630.
Riegel, D. (2009) 'Querying' the Queering of Science: Response to Yuill and Durber. Sexuality & Culture 13 (2), 115-116.
Riegel, D. (2006) Propuesta de una tipolog�a de hombres con atracci�n sexual hacia los muchachos. Bolet�n de Informaci�n Sexol�gica, 50 1-3.
Riegel, D. (2005)Abused to Abuser": An examination of new non-clinical and non-prison data. Journal of Psychology and Human Sexuality, 16(4) 39-57.
Riegel, D. (2005) The Real Evil Among Us. In W. Taverner (Ed.) Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Human Sexuality (Ninth Edition)Issue 13: "Is Pedophilia Always Harmful, pp.205-210. Guilford CT: McGraw Hill/Dushkin.
Riegel, D. (2005) Pedophilia, Pejoration, and Prejudice: Inquiry by Insinuation, Argument by Accusation. Sexuality & Culture, 9 (1) 88-97.
Riegel, D.(2004)Effects on Boy-Attracted Pedosexual Males of Viewing Boy Erotica. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 33(4) 321-323.
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