Glenn Walters
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The criminal lifestyle: Patterns of serious criminal conduct
GD Walters
Sage, 1990
The psychological inventory of criminal thinking styles: Part I: Reliability and preliminary validity
GD Walters
Criminal Justice and Behavior 22 (3), 307-325, 1995
Predicting institutional adjustment and recidivism with the psychopathy checklist factor scores: A meta-analysis
GD Walters
Law and human behavior 27 (5), 541-558, 2003
Do core interpersonal and affective traits of PCL-R psychopathy interact with antisocial behavior and disinhibition to predict violence?
PJ Kennealy, JL Skeem, GD Walters, J Camp
Psychological assessment 22 (3), 569, 2010
Incremental validity of the Psychopathy Checklist facet scores: Predicting release outcome in six samples.
GD Walters, RA Knight, M Grann, KP Dahle
Journal of abnormal psychology 117 (2), 396, 2008
Predicting criminal justice outcomes with the Psychopathy Checklist and Lifestyle Criminality Screening Form: a meta‐analytic comparison
GD Walters
Behavioral sciences & the law 21 (1), 89-102, 2003
The psychological inventory of criminal thinking styles (PICTS) A review and meta-analysis
GD Walters
Assessment 9 (3), 278-291, 2002
Risk-appraisal versus self-report in the prediction of criminal justice outcomes: A meta-analysis
GD Walters
Criminal Justice and Behavior 33 (3), 279-304, 2006
Changes in criminal thinking and identity in novice and experienced inmates: Prisonization revisited
GD Walters
Criminal Justice and Behavior 30 (4), 399-421, 2003
Behavioral self-control training for problem drinkers: A meta-analysis of randomized control studies
GD Walters
Behavior Therapy 31 (1), 135-149, 2000
Comparing the relative fit of categorical and dimensional latent variable models using consistency tests.
J Ruscio, GD Walters, DK Marcus, W Kaczetow
Psychological Assessment 22 (1), 5, 2010
A taxometric analysis of the Psychopathy Checklist: Screening Version (PCL: SV): Further evidence of dimensionality.
GD Walters, NS Gray, RL Jackson, KW Sewell, R Rogers, J Taylor, ...
Psychological Assessment 19 (3), 330, 2007
The lifestyle criminality screening form: Preliminary data
GD Walters, TW White, D Denney
Criminal Justice and Behavior 18 (4), 406-418, 1991
Spontaneous remission from alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse: Seeking quantitative answers to qualitative questions
GD Walters
The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse 26 (3), 443-460, 2000
Taxometric analysis of the Levenson self-report psychopathy scale
GD Walters, CA Brinkley, PR Magaletta, PM Diamond
Journal of Personality Assessment 90 (5), 491-498, 2008
The heritability of alcohol abuse and dependence: a meta-analysis of behavior genetic research
GD Walters
The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse 28 (3), 557-584, 2002
The thinking criminal: A cognitive model of lifestyle criminality
GD Walters, TW White
Women Law. J. 76, 4, 1989
The addiction concept: Working hypothesis or self-fulfilling prophesy?
GD Walters
Allyn & Bacon, 1999
The latent structure of psychopathy: A taxometric investigation of the Psychopathy Checklist–Revised in a heterogeneous sample of male prison inmates
GD Walters, SA Duncan, K Mitchell-Perez
Assessment 14 (3), 270-278, 2007
Use of the MMPI to identify malingering and exaggeration of psychiatric symptomatology in male prison inmates.
GD Walters, TW White, RL Greene
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 56 (1), 111, 1988
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