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

Professor Young has three main areas of interest. The first is on child development, and he has published development books in 2011, 2016, 2019, and 2021. The second is ethics, and he has a book on ethics in 2017. The third is rehabilitation, and he edits the journal Psychological Injury and Law, having written several books on the topic in 2006, 2007, and 2014. He publishes articles and chapters in each of the 3 areas. He focuses on theory and the theme of causality.

Books

Young, G. (2021). Causality and neo-stages in development: Toward unifying psychology.  Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing. 

Young, G. (2019). Causality and development: Neo-Eriksonian perspectives.  Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.

Young, G. (2017). Revising the American Psychological Association Ethics Code.  Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing. 

Young, G. (2016). Unifying causality and psychology: Being, brain and behavior. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.



Journal Articles

Young, G., & Goodman-Delahunty, J. (2021, Submitted). The Daubert elegy: Overcoming gatekeeping limitations in screening expert evidence. Psychological Injury and Law, 14.

Young, G. (2021). The call for aid (cry for help) in psychological injury and law: Reinterpretation, mechanisms, and a call for research. Psychological Injury and Law, 14.

Giromini, L., Pignolo, C., Young, G., Drogin, E. Y., Zennaro, A., & Viglione, D. J. (2021). Comparability and validity of the online and in-person administrations of the Inventory of Problems – 29. Psychological Injury and Law, 14.

Young, G. (2021). Testing in psychological injury and law. Psychological Injury and Law, 14.

Young, G. (2020). Toward a unified health work ethics codeEthics, Medicine, and Public Health. 15, 100590.

Young, G., Foote, W. E., Kerig, P. K., Mailis, A., Brovko, J, Kohutis, E. A.., McCall, S., Hapidou, E. G., Fokas, K., F., & Goodman-Delahunty, J. (2020). Introducing psychological injury and law. Psychological Injury and Law, 13(4), 452-463.

Foote, W. E., Goodman-Delahunty, J., & Young, G. (2020). Civil forensic evaluation in psychological injury and law: Legal, professional, and ethical considerations. Psychological Injury and Law, 13(4), 327-353.

Young, G. (2020). Thirty complexities and controversies in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Persistent Postconcussion Syndrome: A roadmap for research and practice. Psychological Injury and Law, 13(4), 412-426.

Young, G. (2019). The cry for help in psychological injury and law: Concepts and review. Psychological Injury and Law, 12 (3-4), 225-237.

Young, G. (2019). Personhood across disciplines: Applications to ethical theory and mental health ethicsEthics, Medicine, and Public Health, 10, 93-101.


Book Chapters

Young, G., Kenny, M. (In Process). Ethical and legal issues. In J. Matson (Ed.), Handbook of clinical child psychology: Theory to practice. Springer Nature.

Young, G. (2020). Discrimination in medical research sampling: Recommendations and applications to psychology. In N. Rezaei & A. Saghazadeh (Eds.), Integrated Science – Multidisciplinarity and Interdisciplinarity in Health (Vol. 3, pp. XX). Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature Switzerland AG.

Young, G. (2020). Psychology, law, ethics, telehealth, and the global pandemic. In N. Rezaei, S. Hanaei, & A. Saghazadeh (Eds.), Integrated Science of Global Epidemics (Vol 9, pp. XX). Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature Switzerland AG.


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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