His primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Antisocial personality disorder, Psychopathy, Psychopathy Checklist and Anxiety. The various areas that Joseph P. Newman examines in his Developmental psychology study include Cognition and Disinhibition. His Antisocial personality disorder research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social psychology, Punishment, Passive avoidance, Clinical psychology and Perseveration.
His Dark triad study, which is part of a larger body of work in Psychopathy, is frequently linked to Test validity, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Psychopathy Checklist research incorporates themes from Psychopathic Personality Inventory, Psychometrics and Personality. His Anxiety research incorporates elements of Neuroticism, Injury prevention, Human factors and ergonomics and Morality.
Joseph P. Newman mainly investigates Psychopathy, Developmental psychology, Antisocial personality disorder, Cognition and Cognitive psychology. His Psychopathy research includes elements of Psychometrics, Clinical psychology, Juvenile delinquency, Psychiatry and Psychopathy Checklist. His research in Developmental psychology intersects with topics in Social psychology, Personality, Disinhibition and Anxiety.
His Antisocial personality disorder study combines topics in areas such as Personality Assessment Inventory, Dark triad, Passive avoidance and Punishment. His study on Working memory and Lexical decision task is often connected to Fear-potentiated startle and Reactivity as part of broader study in Cognition. His research in Cognitive psychology tackles topics such as Brain mapping which are related to areas like Prefrontal cortex.
His primary areas of investigation include Psychopathy, Developmental psychology, Cognitive psychology, Antisocial personality disorder and Cognition. His research integrates issues of Association, Clinical psychology and Set in his study of Psychopathy. He conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Developmental psychology and Trait.
His Cognitive psychology study incorporates themes from Construct and Default mode network. He combines subjects such as Recidivism, Frontal lobe, Sensory system, Resting state fMRI and Brain mapping with his study of Antisocial personality disorder. His Cognition research integrates issues from Affect and Anxiety.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Psychopathy, Developmental psychology, Antisocial personality disorder, Brain mapping and Cognition. The Psychopathy study combines topics in areas such as Cognitive psychology and Default mode network. The study incorporates disciplines such as Empathy, Frontal lobe and Pathological lying in addition to Developmental psychology.
His research on Antisocial personality disorder frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Neural correlates of consciousness. Joseph P. Newman focuses mostly in the field of Brain mapping, narrowing it down to topics relating to Anterior cingulate cortex and, in certain cases, Prefrontal cortex, Putamen and Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex. The concepts of his Cognition study are interwoven with issues in Psychological intervention, Substance abuse and Clinical psychology.
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The revised Psychopathy Checklist: Reliability and factor structure.
Robert D. Hare;Timothy J. Harpur;A. R. Hakstian;Adelle E. Forth.
Psychological Assessment (1990)
Hostile attributional biases in severely aggressive adolescents.
Kenneth A. Dodge;Joseph M. Price;Jo-Anne Bachorowski;Joseph P. Newman.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (1990)
Disinhibitory psychopathology: A new perspective and a model for research.
Ethan E. Gorenstein;Joseph P. Newman.
Psychological Review (1980)
Biased decision-making processes in aggressive boys.
Kenneth A. Dodge;Joseph P. Newman.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (1981)
Reflectivity and Learning From Aversive Events: Toward a Psychological Mechanism for the Syndromes of Disinhibition
C. Mark Patterson;Joseph P. Newman.
Psychological Review (1993)
Passive Avoidance Learning in Psychopathic and Nonpsychopathic Offenders
Joseph P. Newman;David S. Kosson.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (1986)
Response perseveration in psychopaths.
Joseph P. Newman;C. Mark Patterson;David S. Kosson.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (1987)
Identifying psychopathy subtypes on the basis of personality structure.
Brian M. Hicks;Kristian E. Markon;Christopher J. Patrick;Robert F. Krueger.
Psychological Assessment (2004)
Evaluating the construct validity of psychopathy in black and white male inmates: three preliminary studies.
David S. Kosson;Stevens S. Smith;Joseph P. Newman.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (1990)
Passive avoidance in syndromes of disinhibition: psychopathy and extraversion
Joseph P. Newman;Cathy S. Widom;Stuart Nathan.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1985)
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