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Psychopathy - research and references

If you have seen a post on my social media, and want access to references and interesting reads on the topic of psychopathy - please see these below. There are plenty more where this came from, these are just a couple. Please feel free to post some more in the comments or pop me an email!

  • Flom M, Saudino KJ (2016). Callous–unemotional behaviors in early childhood: Genetic and environmental contributions to stability and change. Development and Psychopathology 1-8.

  • Forsman M, Lichtenstein P, Andershed H, Larsson H (2008). Genetic effects explain the stability of psychopathic personality from mid-to late adolescence. Journal of Abnormal Psychology 117, 606-617.

  • Hare RD, (2003). Manual for the Revised Psychopathy Checklist (2nd ed.). Toronto, ON: Multi-Health Systems.

  • Hosking JG, Kastman EK, Dorfman HM, Samanez-Larkin GR, Baskin-Sommers A, Kiehl KA, Newman JP, Buckholtz JW (2017). Disrupted prefrontal regulation of striatal subjective value signals in psychopathy. Neuron 95, 221-231.

  • Kiehl KA. (2015). The Psychopath Whisperer: The Science of Those Without Conscience. Crown: New York

  • McCrory EJ, Viding E (2015). The theory of latent vulnerability: Reconceptualizing the link between childhood maltreatment and psychiatric disorder. Development and Psychopathology 27, 493-505.

  • Miller, J. D., & Lynam, D. R. (2015). Understanding psychopathy using the basic elements of personality. Social and Personality Psychology Compass9(5), 223-237.

  • Moul C, Dobson-Stone C, Brennan J, Hawes D, Dadds M (2013). An exploration of the serotonin system in antisocial boys with high levels of callous-unemotionaltraits. PloS ONE 8, e56619.

  • Tuvblad C, Fanti KA, Andershed H, Colins OF, Larsson H (2017). Psychopathic personality traits in 5 year old twins: the importance of genetic and shared environmental influences. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 26, 469-479.

  • Viding, E., & McCrory, E. J. (2018). Understanding the development of psychopathy: progress and challenges. Psychological medicine48(4), 566-577.

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