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A cluster analytic examination and external validation of psychopathic offender subtypes in a multisite sample of Canadian federal offenders
The present study is a cluster analytic examination and validation of psychopathic offender subtypes from 4 combined samples of Canadian federally incarcerated offenders, most of whom were serving sentences for violent ...
Risk reduction treatment of high-risk psychopathic offenders: The relationship of psychopathy and treatment change to violent recidivism
The relationships of psychopathy, therapeutic change, and violent recidivism were examined in a sample of 152 high-risk violent offenders treated in a high-intensity violence reduction program at the Regional Psychiatric ...
Short- and long-term recidivism prediction of the PCL-R and the effects of age: A 24-year follow-up
We prospectively examined the short- and long-term prediction of several recidivism outcomes as a function of psychopathy and age in a sample of 273 Canadian federal inmates with an average 24 years post-release follow-up. ...
The impact of treatment on hostile-dominance in forensic psychiatric inpatients: Relationships between change in hostile-dominance and recidivism following release from custody
This study explored the impact of psychiatric and psychological treatment on hostile-dominance in 51 offenders with personality disorder in a secure psychiatric unit. Hostile-dominance was assessed at intake and repeated ...