His primary areas of investigation include Psychopathy, Psychiatry, Psychopathy Checklist, Sex offense and Juvenile delinquency. His Psychopathy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Conduct disorder, Psychometrics, Clinical psychology and Big Five personality traits. His Psychiatry research focuses on subjects like Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory, which are linked to Occupational safety and health.
Sex offense is a subfield of Sexual abuse that he explores. His research in Juvenile delinquency intersects with topics in Narcissism and Self-assessment. His studies in Intraclass correlation integrate themes in fields like Adversarial system and Social psychology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Clinical psychology, Psychiatry, Psychopathy, Risk assessment and Recidivism. His Clinical psychology research integrates issues from PsycINFO, Prison and Psychotherapist. When carried out as part of a general Psychiatry research project, his work on Mental health, Juvenile delinquency and Mental illness is frequently linked to work in Forensic science, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His Psychopathy research includes themes of Developmental psychology, Conduct disorder and Inter-rater reliability. His work deals with themes such as Criminology and Normative, which intersect with Risk assessment. The various areas that he examines in his Recidivism study include Sex offender, Personality Assessment Inventory and Social psychology.
Daniel C. Murrie mainly investigates Forensic science, Mental health, Recidivism, Psychiatry and Psychopathy. Daniel C. Murrie combines subjects such as Misdemeanor and Medical education with his study of Mental health. His Recidivism study is concerned with Clinical psychology in general.
Daniel C. Murrie interconnects Juvenile delinquency, Intraclass correlation and Generalizability theory in the investigation of issues within Clinical psychology. His work on Mental health treatment is typically connected to Injury prevention as part of general Psychiatry study, connecting several disciplines of science. Daniel C. Murrie studied Psychopathy and Adjudication that intersect with Occupational safety and health and Statement.
Daniel C. Murrie spends much of his time researching Forensic science, Perception, Data science, Psychopathy and Test. His Perception research includes a combination of various areas of study, such as Medical education, Proficiency test, Metric, Test performance and Proficiency testing. His Data science research includes elements of Scientific technique, False positive paradox and Scientific evidence.
Daniel C. Murrie applies his multidisciplinary studies on Psychopathy and Psychopathy Checklist in his research. His Test study incorporates themes from Empathy, Clinical psychology, PsycINFO, Representativeness heuristic and Impression management. His Relevant information study spans across into subjects like Contextual information, Contextual effects and Cognitive bias.
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Rater (dis)agreement on risk assessment measures in sexually violent predator proceedings: Evidence of adversarial allegiance in forensic evaluation?
Daniel C. Murrie;Marcus T. Boccaccini;Darrel B. Turner;Meredith Meeks.
Psychology, Public Policy and Law (2009)
Psychopathy scores and violence among juvenile offenders: a multi-measure study.
Daniel C. Murrie;Dewey G. Cornell;Sebastian Kaplan;David McConville.
Behavioral Sciences & The Law (2004)
Youth with psychopathy features are not a discrete class: a taxometric analysis.
Daniel C. Murrie;David K. Marcus;Kevin S. Douglas;Zina Lee.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (2007)
Asperger's Syndrome in Forensic Settings
Daniel C. Murrie;Janet I. Warren;Marianne Kristiansson;Park E. Dietz.
International Journal of Forensic Mental Health (2002)
Are Forensic Experts Biased by the Side That Retained Them
Daniel C. Murrie;Marcus T. Boccaccini;Lucy A. Guarnera;Katrina A. Rufino.
Psychological Science (2013)
Psychopathy screening of incarcerated juveniles: a comparison of measures.
Daniel C. Murrie;Dewey G. Cornell.
Psychological Assessment (2002)
Psychopathy and the combination of psychopathy and sexual deviance as predictors of sexual recidivism: meta-analytic findings using the Psychopathy Checklist--Revised.
Samuel W. Hawes;Marcus T. Boccaccini;Daniel C. Murrie.
Psychological Assessment (2013)
Does interrater (dis)agreement on Psychopathy Checklist scores in sexually violent predator trials suggest partisan allegiance in forensic evaluations
Daniel C. Murrie;Marcus T. Boccaccini;Jeremy T. Johnson;Chelsea Janke.
Law and Human Behavior (2008)
DO SOME EVALUATORS REPORT CONSISTENTLY HIGHER OR LOWER PCL-R SCORES THAN OTHERS? Findings From a Statewide Sample of Sexually Violent Predator Evaluations
Marcus T. Boccaccini;Darrel B. Turner;Daniel C. Murrie.
Psychology, Public Policy and Law (2008)
The Millon Adolescent Clinical Inventory and Psychopathy
Daniel C. Murrie;Dewey G. Cornell.
Journal of Personality Assessment (2000)
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