James Cantor

Affiliations: 
University of Toronto (CAMH), Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
Area:
Sexual behavior, paraphilias, pedophilia, homosexuality, gender identity, neuroimaging, neuropsychology
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http://individual.utoronto.ca/james_cantor
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Walton MT, Cantor JM, Lykins AD. (2015) An Online Assessment of Personality, Psychological, and Sexuality Trait Variables Associated with Self-Reported Hypersexual Behavior. Archives of Sexual Behavior
Cantor JM, Lafaille S, Soh DW, et al. (2015) Diffusion Tensor Imaging of Pedophilia. Archives of Sexual Behavior
Cantor JM, McPhail IV. (2015) Sensitivity and Specificity of the Phallometric Test for Hebephilia. The Journal of Sexual Medicine. 12: 1940-50
Fazio RL, Cantor JM. (2015) Factor structure of the Edinburgh Handedness Inventory versus the Fazio Laterality Inventory in a population with established atypical handedness. Applied Neuropsychology. Adult. 22: 156-60
Soh DW, Cantor JM. (2015) A peek inside a furry convention. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 44: 1-2
Cantor JM. (2015) Purported changes in pedophilia as statistical artefacts: comment on Müller et Al. (2014). Archives of Sexual Behavior. 44: 253-4
McPhail IV, Cantor JM. (2015) Pedophilia, Height, and the Magnitude of the Association: A Research Note Deviant Behavior. 36: 288-292
Dyshniku F, Murray ME, Fazio RL, et al. (2015) Minor Physical Anomalies as a Window into the Prenatal Origins of Pedophilia Archives of Sexual Behavior
Sutton KS, Stratton N, Pytyck J, et al. (2014) Patient Characteristics by Type of Hypersexuality Referral: A Quantitative Chart Review of 115 Consecutive Male Cases. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy. 1-18
Fazio RL, Lykins AD, Cantor JM. (2014) Elevated rates of atypical handedness in paedophilia: theory and implications. Laterality. 19: 690-704
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