Does Response Distortion Statistically Affect the Relations Between Self-Report Psychopathy Measures and External Criteria?
Ashley L Watts, Scott O Lilienfeld, John F Edens, Kevin S Douglas, Jennifer L Skeem, Bruno Verschuere, Alexander C LoPilato
Psychological Assessment | AMER PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOC | Published : 2016
Awarded by National Institute of Mental Health
This research was supported in part by National Institute of Mental Health Grant RO1 MH63783-01A1 (Personality Features in Social Deviancy). We acknowledge and appreciate the assistance and cooperation of the following agencies in collecting data for this research (however, none of the opinions or conclusions expressed in this article reflects any official policy or position of any of these institutions): Drug Abuse Comprehensive Coordinating Office (DACCO), Tampa, Florida; Florida Department of Corrections; Gateway Foundation, Huntsville, Texas; Nevada Department of Prisons; Odyssey House, Salt Lake City, Utah; Operation PAR, Pinellas Park, Florida; Oregon Department of Corrections; Texas Department of Criminal Justice-Institutional Division; Utah Department of Corrections; Volunteers of America, Portland, Oregon; WestCare Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada. Scott O. Lilienfeld is the coauthor of the Psychopathic Personality Inventory. John F. Edens receives royalties from the sale of the Personality Assessment Inventory computerized interpretive report used in prisons but does not benefit financially from the sale of the Personality Assesssment Inventory itself.