A 20-Year recidivism study has just been published on reincarceration and rearrests on 1,052 MRT-treated offenders and 329 controls. The study, written by Dr. Gregory Little, Dr. Kenneth Robinson, Katherine Burnette, and E. Stephen Swan is titled "Twenty-year recidivism results for MRT-treated offenders" and was published in Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment Review. 2010, 19 (1), 1-5. This study represents a ground-breaking analysis of the long-term effects of MRT-treatment vs. nontreatment on offenders.
A pdf of that 2010 issue of Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment Review can be downloaded below.