Psychopathy in a noninstitutional sample: differences in primary and secondary subtypes.

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Early theoretical conceptualizations suggest psychopathy is a heterogeneous construct whereby psychopathic individuals are found in diverse populations. The current study examined male and female psychopathy subtypes in a large sample of undergraduate students (n = 1229). Model-based cluster analysis of the Psychopathic Personality Inventory-Short Form (PPI… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/a0019269

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@article{Lee2010PsychopathyIA, title={Psychopathy in a noninstitutional sample: differences in primary and secondary subtypes.}, author={Zina Lee and Randall T. Salekin}, journal={Personality disorders}, year={2010}, volume={1 3}, pages={153-69} }