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Multiple measures of psychopathy among sex offenders and their relations to the risk assessment

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Much research among sex offenders have focused on the psychopathic personality (Olver et al., 2009) suggesting a low prevalence of the personality disorder (Pham, 2008). However, their crime are more violent and sadistic (Pham et al., 1999 ; Woodworth et al., 2013). This study analyzes the relations between three measures of psychopathy (PCL-R, CAPP-IRS & IM-P) and sexual recidivism instruments (RSVP & SORAG). The sample includes male adults inpatients in a Belgian forensic hospital (N=35). The results are discussed on the light of international litterature concerning psychopathy in relation to sexual recidivism scores.
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hal-04302697 , version 1 (23-11-2023)

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Denis Delannoy, Claire Ducro, Xavier Saloppé, Thierry H. Pham. Multiple measures of psychopathy among sex offenders and their relations to the risk assessment. International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services (IAFMHS) « Service development is the laboratory of forensic mental health: Integrating science and treatment into outcome », Jun 2018, Antwerp, Belgium. ⟨hal-04302697⟩
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