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Topic - Judith Becker
Psychologists who treat sexual offenders and abuse victims look at the accusations made against Jerry Sandusky and see an all-too-typical behavior pattern.
"Over time, what happens is the person can get bolder and bolder if they're not being caught," Ms. Becker said. "They've usually been doing this for a long time."
Boys without father figures or mentors are particularly vulnerable, Ms. Becker said, lured by the desire to spend time with older men.