Translating Research into Practice

Psychopathy ≠ untreatable: Comorbid psychopathy in forensic psychiatric patients

Psychopathy is associated with greater therapy-interfering behavior, with PCL-R Factor 2 predicting

Implementing DBT in Forensic Settings

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), in partnership with the Risk Need Responsivity (RNR)

I was Born this Way: Psychopathology Etiology Determines Level of Blame

Criminals with a genetically predisposed psychopathology are seen as more blameworthy than

Confidence ratings may mitigate problematic influences on child witnesses

Ratings-based procedures can be used on children to mitigate problematic influences on

Is THIS the man you saw? Mitigating Problematic Influences on Child Witnesses’

Ratings-based procedures can be used with children to mitigate problematic influences on

Research should Include Consideration of Combined CST and MSO Evaluations

Combined evaluations of competency to stand trial (CST) and mental state at

Sexual assault disclosures among undergraduate resident assistants - CONCEPT Professional Training

Undergraduate resident assistants’ reporting behaviors are determined by knowledge of university sexual

Promising preliminary results for DBT in a forensic psychiatric setting - CONCEPT Professional Training

Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) shows promising results in reducing aggressive behavior in

Psychopathy Associated with Witnessing Domestic Violence as a Child

Witnessing domestic violence as a child is associated with overall psychopathy levels.

Uncertainty Avoidance and Language Formality Impact Interpersonal Alignment in Police-Civilian Interactions

Negotiators tend to achieve more alignment in within-culture interactions compared to cross-cultural

Mental Health’s Role in Juvenile Justice Rehabilitation

Justice involved youth whose mental health needs were treated, also had their

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