Date of Award
Dr. Joyce W. O'Rourke
Dr. Beverly Wade
Psychopathy has received increased recognition as a critical clinical construct for evaluation and management of troubled individuals. To date, clinical research has examined psychopathy simply as a global construct rather than focusing on its specific criteria. In addition, researchers have tended to utilize downward extensions of adult, incarcerated conceptualization to understand general populations. Research pertaining to non-incarcerated diverse populations is scarce. This study is designed to assist in evaluation of personality traits related to psychopathy in a general, non-institutionalized population showing that there are selective psychopath characteristics present in non-incarcerated population.
Hunter, Ebony D., "An analysis of psychopathy characteristics in a non-incarcerated population" (2003). Electronic Dissertation and Theses. 40.