Chronophilia is a rarely used term coined by John Money. It refers to a group of paraphilias of the stigmatic or eligibilic type in which the paraphile's sexuoerotic age is discordant with his or her actual chronological age and is concordant with the age of the partner, as in infantophilia, pedophilia, ephebophilia, gerontophilia, and teleiophilia.
Teleiophilia is a term coined by Kurt Freund, meaning a minor or adult's sexual attraction to adults. As this is the norm in most societies, it is not usually considered a paraphilia, and the term is rarely used.
Gerontophilia refers to sexual attraction to the elderly among the non-elderly.
Infantophilia or nepiophilia is the sexual attraction of adults to small children (0-5 years old). This should not to be confused with infantilism.