Gerald Young

Associate Professor

Psychology

   Glendon College - York Hall 140
   416-736-2100x88362
   gyoung@glendon.yorku.ca
   http://www.glendon.yorku.ca/faculty-profile/faculty-profile-details/?id=204&lang=fr

Gerald Young is Editor-in-Chief of the Springer journal, Psychological Injury and Law (PIL; http://link.springer.com/journal/12207). Also, he publishes books on the topic, including one on Malingering in 2014. His most recent book is entitled "Unifying Causality and Psychology: Being, Brain, and Behavior" (Springer SBM, 2016). He publishes in psychological, psychiatric, medical, and law journals. He has appeared as an expert witness for a case involving the Supreme Court of Canada. His practice covers rehabilitation and also families.

Health and Mental Health
Law, Justice and Crime
Psychotherapy

Doctorate:
University of Montreal
Masters:
University of Western Ontario

Revising the APA Ethics Code

Books

Young, G. (2016). Unifying Causality and Psychology: Being, Brain and Behavior. New York: Springer Nature.


Journal Articles

Young, G. (2016). A broad ethics model for mental health. Ethics, Medicine, and Public Health, 2(2).

Young, G. (2015). Causality in psychiatry: A hybrid symptom network construct model. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 6, November, Article 164, 1-15.

Young, G. (2015).  Causality in civil disability and criminal forensic cases: Legal and psychological comparison. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 42-43, 119-120.

Young, G. (2015). PTSD-SUDs comorbidities in the context of psychological injury and law. Psychological Injury and Law, 8(3), 233-251.

Young, G. (2015). Dimensions and dissociation in PTSD in the DSM-5: Towards eight core symptoms. Psychological Injury and Law, 8(3), 219-232.

Young, G. (2015). Towards balanced VA and SSA policies in psychological injury disability assessment. Psychological Injury and Law, 8(3), 200-218.

Young, G. (2015). Malingering in forensic disability-related assessments: Prevalence 15 +/- 15%. Psychological Injury and Law, 8(3), 188-199.

Young, G. (2015). Science, bias, and continuing to educate. Psychological Injury and Law, 8(3), 185-187.

Young, G. (2015). Detection system for malingered PTSD and related response biases. Psychological Injury and Law, 8(2), 169-183.


2016 - York University Research Leader
2015 - Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award. Canadian Psychological Association, Trauma Stress Section
2015 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association

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