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Por exemplo, Jakobwitz e Egan (2006) relataram correlacoes negativas para escores nas escalas Levenson Self-Report Psychopathy (LSRP; Levenson, Kiehl, & Fitzpatrick, 1995), NPI e Mach-IV com os fatores socializacao e conscienciosidade do instrumento NEO Five-Factor Inventory (NEO-FFI; McCrae & Costa, 2004).
Psychopathy is a personality disorder traditionally assessed with the Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (PCL-R).
Basandose en los postulados de Cleckley (1941/1976), Robert Hare elabora la Psychopathy Checklist (PCL) para la evaluacion de la psicopatia en adultos.
They also measured subjects' levels of psychopathy, looking at four measures: manipulation; callousness; erratic lifestyles; and criminal tendencies.
The Independent quoted the team, "The findings raise the important possibility of cross-cultural differences in the phenotypic structure psychopathy, PCL-R measurement variance, or both".
Presented with the psychopathy checklist, Dunlap scored highly and hailed it as evidence of his effective business skills.
Researchers in Hong Kong tested 52 university students who classified as either having high or low levels of psychopathy.
He was assessed and "scored very highly" on a psychopathy test, resulting in him being moved to more secure conditions.
Trolls are more likely to be male with high levels of trait psychopathy and sadism
The incidence of psychopathy among males is between 1 and 2% in the general population, but once "almost-psychopaths" are also included, Harvard psychiatrist Ron Schouten, relying on research by Paul Babiak and Robert D.
And now a Huddersfield academic has developed a new method for diagnosing the essence of psychopathy - whether the subject has committed a crime or not.