Initial development of an implicit and explicit approach to assess psychopathy

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Ireland, Jane Louise; Ireland, Carol Ann; Lewis, Michael; Jones, Catherine; Keeley, Samuel Marc;

Four studies outline the ACL (Affective, Cognitive and Lifestyle) assessment, a new means of assessing psychopathy capturing implicit and explicit functioning. Studies 1 and 2 comprised students (study 1, n = 42, 14 men, 28 women; study 2, n = 50 men), Study 3 comprised... View more
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