From the MHS web site: " The SRP: 4 is the only official selfreport version of the worldrenowned Psychopathy ChecklistRevised. It is based on a fourfactor structure and three large reference samples. The Levenson SelfReport Psychopathy Scale. An Examination of the Personality Traits and Disorders Associated With the LSRP Factors. Assessment, 15. Sellbom, M. (2011). Elaborating on the construct validity of the Levenson selfreport psychopathy scale in incarcerated and nonincarcerated samples.
This is interactive version of the Levenson SelfReport Psychopathy Scale, a test of sociopathy. Introduction Psychopathy is a personality disorder characterized by a lack of empathy for others. The LSRP was developed in 1995 for use in psychological research. 2 Assessment The SRP Scale (Hare, 1980) is a longstanding selfreport instrument that is gaining considerable empirical support in its ability to assess psychopathic traits.
S SelfReport Psychopathy Scale (SRP) Andrea A. Massa and Christopher I. Eckhardt Department of Psychological Sciences, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA Psychopathy as a risk marker for violence: Development and validation of a screening version of the Revised Psychopathy Checklist. In J. Monahan& H. Steadman (Eds. ), Violence and mental disorder: Developments in risk assessment (pp. 8198). Construct validation of a selfreport psychopathy scale: Does Levenson's selfreport psychopathy scale measure the same constructs as Hare's psychopathy checklistrevised.
Personality and Individual Differences, 31, 1021 1038. The SelfReport Psychopathy Scale 4th Edition (SRP 4 ) is the first official selfreport version of the gold standard Hare Psychopathy ChecklistRevised (PCLR ). This unique tool contains 64 items that can be used to help identify psychopathic behaviors across the same factor structure found in the entire PCL family of scales.
The psychometric properties of the 64item SelfReport Psychopathy ScaleIII (SRPIII) and its abbreviated 28item SRPShort Form (SRPSF) seem promising.
Still, crosscultural evidence for its construct validity in heterogeneous community samples remains relatively scarce. Moreover, little is known about the interchangeability of both