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  • Allen, E. S., Rhoades, G. K., Stanley, S. M., Markman, H. J., Williams, T., Melton, J., and Clements, M. L.  Premarital Precursors of Marital Infidelity.  Family Process, Vol. 47, No. 2, 2008.
  • Atwood, J. D. and Seifer, M.  Extramarital Affairs and Constructed Meanings: A Social Constructionist Therapeutic Approach.  American Journal  of Family Therapy, Vol. 25, No.  1, Spring 1997.
  • Aune, R. K., Metts, S., and Hubbard, A.  S.E.  Managing the Outcomes of Discovered Deception.  The Journal of Social Psychology, 138(6), 677-689, 1998.
  • Bagarozzi, D. A.  Understanding and Treating Marital Infidelity: A Multidimensional Model.  The American Journal of Family Therapy, 36:1–17, 2008.
  • Baucom, D. H., Gordon, K. C., Snyder, D. K., Atkins, D. C., and Christensen, A.  Treating Affair Couples: Clinical Considerations and Initial Findings.  Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy: An International Quarterly, Volume 20, Number 4. 2006.
  • Boekhout, B. A., Hendrick, S. S., and Hendrick, C.  Relationship Infidelity: A Loss Perspective.  Journal of Personal and Interpersonal Loss, 4: 97-123, 1999.
  • Chase, D.  The Sopranos.  Home Box Office, 1999-2007.
  • Cramer, R. E., Manning-Ryan, B., Johnson, L. M., and Barbo, E.  Sex Differences in Subjective Distress to Violations of Trust: Extending an Evolutionary Perspective.  Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 22(2), 101-109, 2000.
  • Daines, B.  Violations of agreed and implicit sexual and emotional boundaries in couple relationships – some thoughts arising from Levine’s ‘A clinical perspective on couple infidelity.’ Sexual and Relationship Therapy, Vol 21, No. 1, February 2006
  • Dew B., Brubaker, M., and Hays, D.  From the Altar to the Internet: Married Men and their Online Sexual Behavior.  Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 13:195–207, 2006.
  • Dupree, W. J., White, M. B., Olsen, C. S., and Lafleur, C. T.  Infidelity Treatment Patterns: A Practice-based Evidence Approach.  The American Journal of Family Therapy, 35:327–341, 2007.
  • Elmore, R.  Learn to Trust Again.  Essence, 2, 2005.
  • Friesen, M. D., Fletcher, G. J.  O., and Overall, N.C.  A dyadic assessment of forgiveness in intimate relationships.  Personal Relationships, 12, 61–77, 2005.
  • Glass, S.  Shattered Vows.  Psychology Today, July/August 1998.
  • Gwinnell, E.  Risk Factors for the Development of Internet Adultery.  Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, Vol. 26, No.1., 2001
  • Hall, J. H. and Fincham, F. D.  Relationship Dissolution Following Infidelity: The Roles of Attributions and Forgiveness  Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 25, No. 5,  pp. 508-522, 2006.
  • Krakauer, J.  Under the Banner of Heaven: A Story of Violent Faith.  First Anchor Books Edition, Random House, June 2004.
  • Linquist, L. and Negy, C.  Maximizing the Experiences of an Extrarelational Affair: An Unconventional Approach to a Common Social Convention.  Journal of Clinical Psychology/In Session, Vol. 61(11), 1421–1428, 2005.
  • Mah, R.  Scorpion in the Bed, The Narcissist in Couples and Couple Therapy.  2013.
  • Married Secrets. Retrieved January 8, 2013, from
  • Martell. C. R. and Prince, S. E.  Treating Infidelity in Same-Sex Couples.  Journal of Clinical Psychology/In Session, Vol. 61(11), 1429–1438, 2005.
  • Moultrup, D. J.  A Systems Lens on Extramarital Affairs: Commentary on Winek and Craven’s “Healing Rituals for Couples Recovering from Adultery.”  Contemporary Family Therapy, 25)3), September 2003.
  • Olmstead, S. B., Blick, R. W., and Mills, L. I.  Helping Couples Work Toward the Forgiveness of Marital Infidelity: Therapists’ Perspectives.  American Journal of Family Therapy, 37:48–66, 2009.
  • Penn, C. D., Hernandez, S. L., and Bermudez, J. M.  Using a Cross-Cultural Perspective to Understand Infidelity in Couple therapy.  The American Journal of Family Therapy, Vol. 25, No.2, Summer 1997.
  • Reid, R. C. and Woolley, S. R.  Using Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples to Resolve Attachment Ruptures Created by Hypersexual Behavior.  Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 13:219–239, 2006.
  • Scheinkman, M.  Beyond the Trauma of Betrayal: Reconsidering Affairs in Couple therapy.  Family Process, Vol. 44, No. 2, 2005.
  • Shackelford, T. K., Besser, A., and Goetz, A. T.  Personality, Marital Satisfaction, and Probability of Marital Infidelity.  Individual Differences Research, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 13-25, 2008.
  • Teich, M.  Love But Don’t Touch.  Psychology Today, pp81-86, March/April 2006.
  • Walrond-Skinner, S.  The function and role of forgiveness in working with couples and families: clearing the ground.  Journal of Family Therapy, 20: 3-19, 1998.
  • Winek, J. L. and Craven, P. A.  Healing Rituals for Couples Recovering from Adultery, Contemporary Family Therapy, 25(3), September 2003.
  • Young, K. S., Griffin-Shelley, E., Cooper, A., O’Mara, J., and Buchanan, J.  Online Infidelity: A New Dimension in Couple Relationships with Implications for Evaluation and Treatment.  Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 7:59-74, 2000.
  • Zur, O, Infidelity: Myths, Facts and Healing.  Retrieved November 11, 2012, from
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