Hare Psychopathy Checklist: Youth Version hare-pclyv

For: An assessment of antisocial traits in youths aged 12-18 years
Reading Level: Structured Interview
Format: Paper-and-Pencil
Length: Interview, 1.5-2 hours
Collateral review, 1 hour
Scoring: Hand Scored


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Adelle E. Forth, Ph.D., David S. Kosson, Ph.D. and Robert D. Hare, Ph.D.


The Hare PCL:YV assessment helps identify potential patterns of cheating, fighting, bullying and other anti-social acts in youths.  Early identification of these traits is critical, not only for the near future of these youths, but for their development into adulthood.

The PCL:YV may be used to help you understand the factors that contribute to the development of adult anti-social behaviour and psychopathy.  Adapted from the Hare Psychopathy Checklist-Revised, the most widely used measure of psychopathy in adults, the PCL:YV uses an expert-rater format that emphasises the need for multidomain and multisource information.

The PCL:YV assessment measures interpersonal, affective and behavioural features related to a widely understood, traditional concept of psychopathy.  The PCL:YV yields dimensional scores for clinical purposes, but it may also be used to classify individuals into groups for research purposes.

Key Areas Measured

Factor 1:

  • Interpersonal
  • Affective

Factor 2:

  • Impulsive Lifestyle
  • Antisocial Behaviour

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