Session 213: PS2 -> THEMATIC SESSION: Results From the GMU Inmate Study: Assessment Correlates and Treatment Implications of Psychopathy
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Governors Square 14
Session Chair: June Tangney, George Mason University
Psychopathy and the Moral Emotions [Theme ID: TP]
by: Jeffrey Stuewig, George Mason University (Corresponding)
June Tangney, George Mason University
Mark Hastings, George Mason University
Parin Zaveri, George Mason University
Carla Taylor, Opportunties, Alternatives, and Resources
The Personality Characteristics, Emotional Functioning, and Rates of Psychopathy in Female Offenders [Theme ID: TP]
by: Stephanie Kendall, George Mason University (Corresponding)
Alison Smith, George Mason University
June Tangney, George Mason University
Psychopathy, Violence Risk Assessment, and the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) [Theme ID: TP]
by: Mark Hastings, George Mason University (Corresponding)
Jeffrey Stuewig, George Mason University
Amy Drapalski, George Mason University
June Tangney, George Mason University
Accurate Assessment of Traumatic Brain Injuries in an Inmate Population [Theme ID: TP]
by: Svenja Wacker, George Mason University (Corresponding)
Deb Mashek, George Mason University
Psychological Characteristics Predicting Inmates' Treatment Seeking Behavior [Theme ID: TP]
by: Emi Furukawa, George Mason University (Corresponding)
Jeffrey Stuewig, George Mason University
Deb Mashek, George Mason University
Kim Goodman, George Mason University
Diana Fitek, George Mason University
Brandon Cosby, Opportunities, Alternatives & Resources

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