At the national reception centre, Peter Johansson, Mats Dernevik, Ann-Christine Samuelsson and David Johansson are gathering data on men and women to validate the Swedish version of the CAPP.
For more information contact:
Dr Peter Johansson
The Swedish CAPP is currently in use in a large study on psychopathy, GeBra: From genes to brain – different aspects of psychopathy, that aims to investigate associations between psychopathic traits, genes and brain correlates in criminal offenders with varying degrees of psychopathy. GeBra started in 2014 and also includes a CAPP prototypicality study conducted with prison staff exploring gender based attitudes towards the psychopathy construct.
For more information please contact:
Department of Clinical Neuroscience
141 04 Huddinge
David J Cooke PHD DUniv FBPsS FRSE
Professor of Forensic Clinical Psychology
Glasgow Caledonian University
For information regarding the Comprehensive Assessment of Psychopathic Personality (CAPP) see http://www.gcu.ac.uk/capp2
For information about PRISM see http://www.gcal.ac.uk/prism/contact/index.html