Correlates of Psychopathy in a Noninstitutional Sample

@article{Belmore1994CorrelatesOP,
  title={Correlates of Psychopathy in a Noninstitutional Sample},
  author={Michael Belmore and Vernon l. Quinsey},
  journal={Journal of Interpersonal Violence},
  year={1994},
  volume={9},
  pages={339 - 349}
}
Community subjects were assigned to one of two groups based on a semistructured interview. The interview was composed of a set of eight items from the Psychopathy Checklist and a set of eight items pertaining to childhood and adolescent problem behaviors, both of which have been shown to predict violent recidivism among offenders and membership in a psychopathy taxon. The 15 highest scoring subjects were assigned to a “high” group and the 15 lowest to a “low” group. Data from nine intermediate… Expand
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