Session 589: RS375 -> Assessing Juvenile Psychopathy: Developmental and Legal Implications
Time: Noon to 1:30 PM on Saturday, November 16
Place: PDR 7
Session Chair: Elizabeth Cauffman, University of Pittsburgh
Relation Between Developmental Maturity and Measures of Psychopathy: Intial Findings From a Cross-Sequential Study
by: Elizabeth Cauffman, University of Pittsburgh (Corresponding)
Jennifer Skeem, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Investigating the Legitimacy of Juvenile Psychopathy Assessments: Contributions of Item Response Theory
by: Gina M. Vincent, Simon Fraser University (Corresponding)
Steve Hart, Simon Fraser University
Raymond R. Corrado, Simon Fraser University
Psychometric Characteristics and Short-Term Stability of the PCL:YV and Its Relation to the Youth Psychopathic Inventory
by: Jennifer Skeem, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (Corresponding)
Elizabeth Cauffman, University of Pittsburgh
Treatment and Services Usage Among Juvenile and Adult Offenders
by: Lisa Spahr, University of Pittsburgh (Corresponding)
Elizabeth Cauffman, University of Pittsburgh
Jennifer Skeem, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

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