scores and violence among juvenile offenders: A multimeasure study.
, one of the most studied personality disorders, can cause numerous problems for investigators.
Identifying persistently antisocial offenders using the Hare Psychopathy
Checklist and DSM Antisocial Personality Disorder Criteria.
It regards psychopathy
and other "personality disorders" as exaggerated expressions of normal behavior.
The use of the term standalone means simply that genotyping evidence, psychiatric evaluation evidence, and prior abuse evidence would be presented without any mention of psychopathy
Readers get an abbreviated tour of personality theory beginning with Hippocrates' four temperaments and rapidly proceeding to Cattell's sweet 16, the Big Five, and the final four factor model from Robert Hare's revision of the well-known Hare Psychopathy
55 *** Note: mCPS = Modified Child Psychopathy
Scale; F1 = Factor 1; F2 = Factor 2; Global = mCPS global score; APSD = Antisocial Process Screening Device.
Functional differences among those high and low on a trait measure of psychopathy
PSD = Psychopathy
Screening Device; PCL-R = Psychopathy
Check list Revised, BIS/BAS = Behavioral Inhibition/Behavioral Activation; PCL-SV = Psychopathy
Checklist--Screening Version, PPI = Psychopathy
Fear affect recognition deficits in personality-disordered offenders: Association with psychopathy
and the role of anxiety in childhood populations (Unpublished doctoral dissertation).
They know the words, but not the music: affective and semantic priming in individuals with psychopathy
The study of psychopathic personality or psychopathy
can help elucidate this heterogeneity through examination of the different facets that constitute this disorder.
Five tests have been challenged: Hare Psychopathy
Checklist Revised, Violence Risk Appraisal Guide, Sex Offender Risk Appraisal Guide, Static 99, Violence Risk Scale--Sex Offender.
1993) and the Psychopathy
Checklist-Revised (Hare, 1991).