Lea H Studer
Affiliation: Phoenix Program
- Primary erotic preference in a group of child molestersLea H Studer
Phoenix Program, Northern Alberta Forensic Psychiatric Services, Alberta Hospital Edmonton Site, Alberta Mental Health Board, Box 307, 17480 Fort Road, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T5J 2J7
Int J Law Psychiatry 25:173-80. 2002
- Testosterone, sexual offense recidivism, and treatment effect among adult male sex offendersLea H Studer
Phoenix Program, Alberta Hospital Edmonton, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Sex Abuse 17:171-81. 2005..It is suggested that serum testosterone may be an informative static risk factor and completion of intensive treatment should be accorded significance in future actuarially based risk prediction instruments...
- Male victims and post treatment risk assessment among adult male sex offendersLea H Studer
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Int J Law Psychiatry 31:60-5. 2008..155; p=.017). Analysis of a subset of 422 child molesters yielded a similar result, in that having male victims exclusively was only associated with sex offense recidivism among treatment non-completers (r=.189, p=.009)...
- Abuse prevalence and victim gender among adult and adolescent child molestersA Scott Aylwin
Phoenix Program, Forensic Psychiatric Services, Alberta Hospital Edmonton, 17480 Fort Road, Box 307, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T5J 2J7
Int J Law Psychiatry 26:179-90. 2003
- Pedophilia: the problem with diagnosis and limitations of CBT in treatmentLea H Studer
Phoinex Program Unit 3 3, Alberta Hospital Edmontn, and Department of Psychiatry, University of Alberta, 17480 Fort Ropad, Alta, Alberta, Canada
Med Hypotheses 67:774-81. 2006..Diagnosis per se is not required for adequate treatment of these individuals. For the CBT components, some offence specific information is required but that is a far cry from true diagnosis...
- Elevated prolactin levels among adult male sex offendersLea H Studer
Alberta Hospital Edmonton, Department of Psychiatry, University of Alberta, Canada
Psychol Rep 98:841-8. 2006..The significance of this increased rate of hyperprolactinemia in this sample of sexual offenders is unclear. There was a negative correlation with age and no correlation with other endocrine tests...