When Enough Is Too Much: Perspectives on Emotions and Behaviors That Go Too Far
Validating the Externalizing Spectrum Model: Relations With Personality, DSM Disorders, and Facets of Criminal Psychopathy
Friday, May 28, 2010,
1:30 PM - 1:55 PM
Back Bay Ballroom C
The Externalizing Spectrum Model conceptualizes impulse-related problems and traits in terms of a superordinate disinhibitory factor, subordinate callous-aggression and addiction factors, and elements unique to specific problems/traits. Validity data for an inventory measure of this model (Krueger et al., JAP, 2007) will be presented for community and incarcerated offender samples.
Subject Area: When Enough Is Too Much: Perspectives on Emotions and Behaviors That Go Too Far