This award is given from the Cheryl Wynne Hare Memorial Fund in memory of the daughter of Robert and Averil Hare.
The award is given to a student who presents the best poster at the meeting.
Identifying the underlying mechanisms of impulsivity in psychopaths.
GEORGINA M. ASBITT
& Robin A. Murphy, University of Oxford.
Gendered contexts: psychopathy, prostitution, and sex exchange.
BETHANY G. EDWARDS
& Edelyn Verona, University of South Florida.
Sex, drugs, and callous-unemotional traits in a sample of juvenile justice-involved males.
LAURA C. THORNTON
& Paul J. Frick, University of New Orleans, James V. Ray, University of Texas at San Antonio, Laurence Steinberg, Temple University, Elizabeth Cauffman, University of
California at Irvine.
Risky Decisions: The Role of Psychopathy Information in Decisions Regarding Dangerous and Long-Term Supervision Offenders.
& Adelle Forth, Carleton University.
Distinct Patterns of Neural Activation Underlie Economic Decisions in Individuals Scoring High and Low in Psychopathic Traits.
JOANA B. VIEIRA
University of Porto & Georgetown University, Pedro R. Almeida, University of Porto, Fernando Ferreira-Santos, University of Porto, Fernando Barbosa, University of Porto, João Marques-Teixeira, University of Porto, Abigail Marsh, Georgetown University.
Informant Differences Among Primary and Secondary Variants of Callous Unemotional Adolescents.
RACHEL E. KAHN
University of New Orleans, Paul J. Frick, University of New Orleans, Eric A. Youngstrom, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Jennifer Kogos Youngstrom, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Norah C. Feeny, Case Western Reserve University, Robert L. Findling, Johns Hopkins University.
Cortisol, Psychopathy Dimensions and Types of Aggression in At Risk Youths.
Maastricht University, Maastricht University, Maaike Cima, Tilburg University, Nancy Nicolson,
Group Dynamics of Adolescents with Callous-unemotional
Traits and Their RiskTaking:
A Linguistic Inquiry.
Luna C. Muñoz, Joanne M. McBoyle, University of Central Lancashire
Why CU Could Stand forWhy CU Could Stand for "Callous/Unremorseful": Reconsidering the Factor Structure of the ICU.
& Kostas Fanti, University of Cyprus
Reduced Susceptibility to the Attentional Blink Deficit in Psychopathic Offenders: Implications for the Attentional Bottleneck Hypothesis.
RICK C. WOLF
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ryan W. Carpenter, University of Missouri,
Christopher M. Warren, University of Victoria, Joshua D. Zeier, University of Wisconsin-Madison,
Arielle Baskin-Sommers, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Joseph P. Newman, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Psychopathic personality traits and cortisol response to stress.
& Jeanette Taylor, Florida State University
Psychopathic traits moderate electrophysiological activity and fear response
John Curtin, Jeremy Bertsch, Joseph P. Newman, University of Wisconsin-Madison
The misconception of psychopathic low anxiety: Meta-analytic evidence for the absence of inhibition, not affect.
& Donald R. Lynam, University of Kentucky
Psychopathic women's evaluation of emotional facial expressions
Georg W. Alpers, D. Segre, A. Angrilla, University of Wuerzburg