Assessing psychopathy in the UK: concerns about cross-cultural generalisability
Originally published in: British Journal of Psychiatry (2005), 186 (4), pp.335-341.
The diagnosis of psychopathy is important for violence risk assessment. The aim of this study is to investigate whether the syndromal structure of psychopathy, as measured by the Psychopathy Checklist–Revised (PCL–R), is the same in the UK and North America, and whether this measure yields scores that are equivalent in these two regions.
David J. Cooke, Christine Michie, Stephen D. Hart, and Danny Clark. "Assessing psychopathy in the UK: concerns about cross-cultural generalisability" British Journal of Psychiatry (2005).
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