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Predictive validity of the Psychopathy Checklist: Youth Version for general and violent recidivism.
TLDR
Both a two-factor and three-factor model of the PCL:YV significantly predicted general and violent recidivism at a predictive accuracy ranging from 68 to 63% but regression analyses indicated these associations were explained primarily by behavioral psychopathic symptoms, rather than interpersonal or affective traits.
Subtypes of adolescent offenders: affective traits and antisocial behavior patterns.
TLDR
Findings rebut the proposal that disruptive behavioral and impulsive symptoms can identify "fledgling psychopaths" and suggest assessments that disregard callous-unemotional traits will likely result in high false positive rates among serious adolescent offenders.
Traumatic pasts in Canadian Aboriginal people: Further support for a complex trauma conceptualization?
TLDR
It is suggested that it may be useful to adapt a complex posttraumatic stress disor- der framework when assessing men's health problems in Canadian Abo- riginal people.
Abuse Experiences of Family Members, Child Maltreatment, and the Development of Sex Offending Among Incarcerated Adolescent Males
TLDR
Overall, familial abuse profiles were related to subsequent youth abuse experiences and sexual offending, and these abuse profiles differentiated ASOs and ANSOs.
Serious and Violent Young Offenders’ Decisions to Recidivate: An Assessment of Five Sentencing Models
Five models of sentencing were assessed with respect to their impact on the decisions of young offenders to recidivate. The five sentencing models tested were fairness, deterrence, chronic offender
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