Vernon Quinsey, PhD

Affiliations: 
Psychology Queen's University, Kingston, ON, Canada 
Area:
antisocial behavior, violent behavior, sex offenders, forensic psychology, evolution
Website:
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Quinsey VL. (2012) Pragmatic and Darwinian views of the paraphilias. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 41: 217-20
Camilleri JA, Quinsey VL. (2011) Appraising the risk of sexual and violent recidivism among intellectually disabled offenders Psychology, Crime and Law. 17: 59-74
Quinsey VL. (2010) Coercive paraphilic disorder. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 39: 405-10
Harris GT, Rice ME, Quinsey VL. (2010) Allegiance or fidelity? A clarifying reply Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. 17: 82-89
Camilleri JA, Quinsey VL. (2009) Individual differences in the propensity for partner sexual coercion. Sexual Abuse : a Journal of Research and Treatment. 21: 111-29
Camilleri JA, Quinsey VL, Tapscott JL. (2009) Assessing the propensity for sexual coaxing and coercion in relationships: factor structure, reliability, and validity of the tactics to obtain sex scale. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 38: 959-73
Quinsey VL. (2009) Are we there yet? Stasis and progress in forensic psychology Canadian Psychology. 50: 15-21
Camilleri JA, Quinsey VL. (2009) Testing the cuckoldry risk hypothesis of partner sexual coercion in community and forensic samples Evolutionary Psychology. 7: 164-178
Seto MC, Marques JK, Harris GT, et al. (2008) Good science and progress in sex offender treatment are intertwined: a response to marshall and marshall (2007). Sexual Abuse : a Journal of Research and Treatment. 20: 247-55
Quinsey VL. (2008) Seeking enlightenment on the dark side of psychology. Trauma, Violence & Abuse. 9: 72-83
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