One measure does not a construct make: directions toward reinvigorating psychopathy research--reply to Hare and Neumann (2010).

@article{Skeem2010OneMD,
  title={One measure does not a construct make: directions toward reinvigorating psychopathy research--reply to Hare and Neumann (2010).},
  author={Jennifer Lynne Skeem and D. J. Cooke},
  journal={Psychological assessment},
  year={2010},
  volume={22 2},
  pages={455-9}
}
In our article by J. L. Skeem & D. J. Cooke, (2010), we outlined the dangers inherent in conflating the Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (PCL-R; R. Hare, 1991) with psychopathy itself. In their response, R. Hare and C. Neumann (2010) seemed to agree with key points that the PCL-R should not be confused with psychopathy and that criminal behavior is not central to psychopathy; at the same time, they said we provided no clear directions for theory or research. In this rejoinder, we clarify our… CONTINUE READING

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