104 black & white illustrations, 49 black & white tables
Carl B. Gacono
2nd Revised edition
Table Of Contents
Foreword Hare Preface Gacono I: Conceptual Contributions Chapter 1: Introduction Gacono Chapter 2: Using Bother Variable-Centered and Person-Centered Approaches to Understanding Psychopathic Personality Neumann, Vitacco, and Mokros Chapter 3: Brain Imaging in Psychopathy Lushing, Gaudet, and Kiehl Chapter 4: Experimental Investigations of Information Processing Deficiencies in Psychopaths: Implications for Diagnosis and Treatment Vitale, Baskin-Sommers, Wallace, Schimitt, and Newman Chapter 5: Emotional Experiences of Psychopaths Kosson, Vitacco, Swogger, Steuerwald II: Psychopathy Assmentment Chapter 6: Applying the Concept of Psychopathy to Children: Implications for the Assessment of Antisocial Youth Frick, Wall, Barry, and Bodin Chapter 7: Psychopathic Traits in Adolescence: Assessment and Implications Forth, Bergstorm, and Clark Chapter 8: Assessing Psychopathy in Adults: The Hare Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (PCL-R) and Psychopathy Checklist Screening Version (PCL: SV) Richards, Gacono, Cunliffe, Kivisto, Smith, and Bodholdt Chapter 9: Assessing Psychopathy in Women Cunliffe, Gacono, Smith, Kivisto, Meloy, and Taylor III: Clinical Issues and Applications Chapter 10: Legal and Ethical Issues in the Assessment of Psychopathy Lyon, Ogloff, and Shepherd Chapter 11: Psychopathy and Response Styles Rogers and Robinson Chapter 12: Suggestions for Implementations and Use of the Psychopathy Checklists in Forensic and Clinical Practice Gacono Chapter 13: Understanding and Assessing Psychopathy: Interpersonal Aspects and Clinical Interviewing Kosson, Gacono, Klipfel, and Bodholdt Chapter 14: Assessing Psychopathy: Psychological Testing and Report Writing Meloy and Gacono Chapter 15: The Clinical Use of the Hare Psychopathy Checklist--Revised (PCL-R) in Contemporary Risk Assessment Serin, Brown, and Smeth, Carleton University Chapter 16: Use of the PCL-R and Rorschach in Forensic Treatment Planning Gacono, Jumes, and Gray IV: Special Applications Chapter 17: Psychopathy in Youth: Considerations for the Assessment and Treatment of Youth in Schools Hughes, Tansy, Shaffer, and Gacono Chapter 18: Psychopathic Manipulation at Work Babiak Chapter 19: The Incarcerated Psychopath in Psychiatric Treatment: Management or Treatment? Young, Justice, Gacono, and Kivisto Chapter 20: Treating the Untreatable Psychopath de Ruiter, Chakhssi, and Bernstein Chapter 21: Psychopathy and Sexual Offending Seto, Harris, and Laumiere Chapter 22: Psychopathy and Substance Abuse: A Bad Mix Rutherford, Cacciola, and Alterman Chapter 23: Psychopathy and the Criminial Lifestyle: Similarities and Differences Walters and Di Fazio Epilogue Gacono Appendix A: The Clinical and Forensic Interview Schedule: For the Hare Psychopathy Checklist Youth Version Gacono and Hughes References
Carl B. Gacono, PhD, ABAP, is a licensed psychologist who maintains a clinical and forensic private practice in Austin, Texas. Formerly at the Assessment Center Director at Atascadero State Hospital and later as the Chief Psychologist at the Federal Correctional Institution, Bastrop Texas, he has over 20 years of correctional and institutional experience. He is the co-author of The Handbook of Forensic Rorschach Assessment, author of The Clinical and Forensic Interview Schedule for The Hare Psychopathy Checklist: Revised and Screening Version, and has authored or co-authored over 85 scientific articles and book chapters. He is the 1994 recipient of the Samuel J. And Anne G. Beck Award for excellence in early career research and the 2000 Walter G. Klopfer Award. He is a member of the American Board of Assessment Psychology and a Fellow of the Society for Personality Assessment. A noted artist, Dr. Gacono has exhibited and sold his abstract impressionistic paintings and fauvist portraits and has had several of his paintings displayed on book covers (including this one).