James M. Cantor, PhD, CPsych

Associate Professor

Department of Psychiatry

University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine

 

 

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“Is homosexuality a paraphilia? The evidence for and against”

In-press in Archives of Sexual Behavior, open access.

 

Brain research and pedophilia: What it means for assessment, treatment, and policy
Video recording of Plenary Address to Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers

 

The Errors of Karen Franklin’s Pretextuality

In-press in International Journal of Forensic Mental Health. Preprint now available.

 

Updates and sex research news on Twitter @JamesCantorPhD

Featured Content

 

Hebephilia

The Errors of Karen Franklin’s Pretextuality
(In-press in International Journal of Forensic Mental Health)

Peer-reviewed research articles providing data on hebephilia (1972–2010), with abstracts

100 texts that include hebephilia

Hebephilia and the Church
(FAQs)

Homosexuality

Is there a link between homosexuality and Church Abuse?
(Special to CNN)

Homosexuality, science, and pedophilia
(Published in the newsletter of Division 44 of the American Psychological Association)

Is homosexuality a paraphilia?
(Lecture slides)

Hypersexuality

“Is sex addiction real?”
(Leading Edge interview)

Paraphilia

It’s easy to forget how little we know about paraphilias

Is homosexuality a paraphilia?
(Lecture slides)

Pedophilia

Brain research and pedophilia: What it means for assessment, treatment, and policy
(Live video recording of Plenary Address to Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers)

Understanding MRI research in pedophilia
(Published in The ATSA Forum)

Homosexuality, science, and pedophilia
(Published in the newsletter of Division 44 of the American Psychological Association)

Transsexuality

A Transsexual Bill of Rights
(Reprinted by Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality and Society for Sex Therapy and Research)

Depathologize!”: A follow-up.
(Short article on proposed changes to sex/gender section of DSM)

In support of sex reassignment surgery in Alberta
(Open letter)

New MRI Studies Support the Blanchard Typology of Male-to-Female Transsexualism
(Letter published in Archives of Sexual Behavior; .pdf from Springerlink)

Training in Sexology

Suggested reading list for sexology professionals and students

Contact

 

Dr. James Cantor

Clinical Sexology Service

Law & Mental Health Program

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

250 College Street

Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5T 1R8

 

office: 416-535-8501 ext. 4078

fax to: 416-979-6965 (attn: James Cantor)

 

email: james_cantor@camh.net

 

 

Last updated 30 January 2012