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ET Chad Sutherland, left, from the University of Windsor's kinesiology department, prepares to run a body density test on volleyball player Milana McNamee. (University of Windsor) A new device that measures body density and could help physicians
British Columbia has dropped use of a device aimed at determining whether teens have deviant sexual tendencies while it investigates the test. The "penile plethysmograph" is attached to the genitals while a teenage boy views pornography and listens
From Thursday's Globe and Mail Y oung offenders should not be subjected to pornographic images, in a science-fiction-like procedure, in order to measure their likelihood to reoffend, and the B.C. government was right to suspend the program yesterday.
EDT Last updated on Wednesday, Jul. 28, 2010 5:38PM EDT T he B.C. government has temporarily suspended a controversial testing program for teenage boys charged with sex offences that measures their arousal when shown pictures of children.