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Topic - David Lisak
Psychologists who treat sexual offenders and abuse victims look at the accusations made against Jerry Sandusky and see an all-too-typical behavior pattern.
"This is a pattern we see over and over," said Mr. Lisak, an associate psychology professor at the University of Massachusetts who helped found the 1in6 organization that works with male victims of sexual abuse. "A sexual predator will really devote an incredible amount of their life and their life energy to securing victims and grooming those victims. ... My guess is that's just the tip of the iceberg."