Hare Psychopathy Checklist: Youth Version hare-pclyv
For: An assessment of antisocial traits in youths aged 12-18 years
Reading Level: Structured Interview
Length: Interview, 1.5-2 hours
Collateral review, 1 hour
Scoring: Hand Scored
Paper Forms and Hand Scoring Materials
Test forms, response booklets and scoring reference manuals.
Hare Youth Version Interview Guides
Hare Youth Version QuickScore Forms
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
- Impulsive Lifestyle
- Antisocial Behaviour
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