Psychopathic Personality Misunderstood by Potential Jury Members

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Jury members misunderstand certain aspects of psychopathic personality, appearing to believe that psychopathy is characterized by psychotic symptoms. This is the bottom line of a recently published article in Law and Human Behavior. Check out the full Translating Practice into Research post from CONCEPT Professional Training, here.

Summer Training Institute at John Jay College offers Workshop in Psychopathy

Have you made plans for summer yet? Summer Training Institute is a 5-day professional training opportunity at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Secure your spot for in-person workshops with internationally recognized experts, prolific authors, and engaging presenters. Early registration ends May 1st!  Below is a highlight of one of the programs offered during Summer […]

New Findings on Static-99R Score Reporting and Interpretation

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Adversarial Allegiance Appears Evident in Static-99R Score Reporting and Interpretation Static-99R score reporting and interpretation styles appear to provide evidence of adversarial allegiance on the part of forensic evaluators. This is the bottom line of a recently published article in Law and Human Behavior. For the Full Translating Practice into Research Post from CONCEPT Professional […]

CONCEPT Professional Training offers workshop in HCR-20-V3

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What plans do you have for this summer? Join CONCEPT Professional Training at Summer Training Institute for in person workshops at John Jay College this June! The presenters are internationally recognized experts, prolific authors, and engaging presenters. Below is a highlight of one of the programs offered during Summer Institute on the topic of Risk […]