Psychiatry: The Science- Footnotes

[the science]

1 Julio Arboleda-Florez, “Forensic Psychiatry: Contemporary Scope, Challenges, and Controversies” (2006) 5:2 World Psychiatry 87-91

Ibid

Criminal Code, RSC 1985, c C-46 s 672.11 [Criminal Code]

Ibid @s 672.12

5 Stephen Hucker, Criminal Responsibility: Forensic Psychiatry

Criminal Code, supra note 3 @s 16

7 Stephen Hucker, Fitness to Stand Trial: Forensic Psychiatry

8 “Long-Term Offender Designation”: Public Safety Canada

9 “Dangerous Offender Designation”: Public Safety Canada

10 Stephen Hucker, Risk Instruments, Forensic Psychiatry

11 Barry Rosenfeld and Steven Penrod, Research Methods in Forensic Psychology (New Jersey: John Wiley and Sons Incorporated, 2011) @p 167

12 Thomas Grisso, Assessing Competencies: Forensic Assessments and Instruments 2d ed (New York: Plenum Publishers, 2003) @p 101-107

13 Ibid

14 supra note 10

15 Ibid

16 “DSM: Frequently Asked Questions”: American Psychiatric Association

17 Kendra Cherry,  What is the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM)?

18 Ibid

19 Ibid (same source used to describe all axes)

20 supra note 16

21 “Historical, Clinical, Risk Management-20”: Encyclopedia of Mental Disorders 

22 Ibid

23 Ibid

24 Ibid

25 Ibid

26 Ibid

27 Vladimir Coric et al, “Assessing Sex Offenders” (2005) 2:11 Psychiatry (Edgmont) 26-29

28 Ibid

29 “Sexual Violence Risk-20”:  Encyclopedia of Mental Disorders

30 Ibid

31 Ibid

32 Ibid

33 Ibid

34 supra note 27

35 Harvey Gordon and Don Grubin, “Psychiatric aspects of the assessment and treatment of sex offenders” (2004) 10 Advances in Psychiatric Treatment 73-80

36 supra note 27

37 R v JLJ, 2000 SCC 51 

38 Ibid

39

40 Ibid

41 “Offender Risk Assessment”: John Howard Society of Alberta 

42 Ibid

43 Dr. Laurence Motiuk, “Offender Risk Assessment: A Critical Role”: International Centre for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy

44 Ibid

45 Ibid

46 supra note 86

47 Ibid

48 Ibid

49 Ibid