Differentiating psychopathy from antisocial personality disorder: a triarchic model perspective

@article{Venables2013DifferentiatingPF,
  title={Differentiating psychopathy from antisocial personality disorder: a triarchic model perspective},
  author={Noah C. Venables and J. R. Hall and Christopher J. Patrick},
  journal={Psychological Medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={44},
  pages={1005 - 1013}
}
Background The triarchic model of psychopathy characterizes the disorder in terms of three distinguishable phenotypic facets: disinhibition, meanness and boldness. The present study sought to (1) inform current debates regarding the role of boldness in the definition of psychopathy and (2) clarify boundaries between psychopathy and antisocial personality disorder (ASPD). Method This study evaluated the degree to which facets of the triarchic model are represented in the most widely used… Expand
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