SRP 4
Self-Report Psychopathy Scale-Fourth Edition™

Delroy L. Paulhus, Ph.D., Craig S. Neumann, Ph.D., Robert D. Hare, Ph.D., Kevin M. Williams, Ph.D., James F. Hemphill, Ph.D.

Description


The Self-Report Psychopathy Scale™ 4th Edition (SRP 4™) is the first official self-report version of the gold standard Hare Psychopathy Checklist–Revised™ (PCL–R™). This unique tool contains items that can be used to help identify psychopathic behaviors across the same factor structure found in the entire PCL family of assessments (see below for description of SRP 4 Interpretive scales).

The provision of community, college, and offender samples provides context for scores and makes the SRP 4 an invaluable tool for use in psychopathy research. The SRP 4 can also be used to help identify individuals who require further assessment and treatment. Higher scores on the SRP 4 indicate the individual may possess psychopathic personality traits.


Scales & Forms


Interpretive scales:
• Interpersonal
• Affective
• Lifestyle
• Antisocial

Forms: SRP 4™ Full length (64 item QuikScore™)

This form is used to record ratings for an individual each of the 64 SRP 4 items. The QuikScore™ Form automatically transfers the rating to a scoring grid. Scores can then easily be obtained scores and converted into T-scores.

SRP 4: Short Form™ (29 item QuikScore™)

The SRP 4 offers a Short Form for use in settings where the administration of the full assessment may not be feasible or possible. This form is used to record ratings from an individual for each of the 29 SRP 4 items. The QuikScore™ Form automatically transfers the ratings to a scoring grid. Scores can then easily be obtained and converted into T-scores.

QUICK FACTS

Authors
Delroy L. Paulhus, Ph.D., Craig S., Neumann, Ph.D., and Robert D. Hare, Ph.D.

Age Range 18 and older

Administration Time 10 to 15 minutes

Administration Type Self-report 

Qualification Level B

Formats Handscored


Related Assessment

PCL-R