Examination of intelligence as a compensatory factor in non-criminal psychopathy in a non-incarcerated sample
The main goal of the current study was to evaluate intelligence as a compensatory factor in the expression of non-criminal psychopathy. This hypothesis was empirically tested in a moderation framework. Undergraduate students (n = 372) completed the Psycho
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