Jennifer L. Skeem

Psychology and Social Behavior University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 
 Social Welfare and Public Policy University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Social Psychology, Criminology and Penology
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Skeem JL, Montoya L, Manchak SM. (2018) Comparing Costs of Traditional and Specialty Probation for People With Serious Mental Illness. Psychiatric Services (Washington, D.C.). appips201700498
Skeem JL, Manchak S, Montoya L. (2017) Comparing Public Safety Outcomes for Traditional Probation vs Specialty Mental Health Probation. Jama Psychiatry
Skeem JL, Kennealy PJ, Tatar JR, et al. (2017) How well do juvenile risk assessments measure factors to target in treatment? Examining construct validity. Psychological Assessment. 29: 679-691
Kennealy PJ, Skeem JL, Hernandez IR. (2016) Does Staff See What Experts See? Accuracy of Front Line Staff in Scoring Juveniles' Risk Factors. Psychological Assessment
Skeem J, Kennealy P, Monahan J, et al. (2016) Psychosis uncommonly and inconsistently precedes violence among high-risk individuals Clinical Psychological Science. 4: 40-49
Murphy B, Lilienfeld S, Skeem J, et al. (2016) Are Fearless Dominance Traits Superfluous in Operationalizing Psychopathy? Incremental Validity and Sex Differences Psychological Assessment
Cauffman E, Skeem J, Dmitrieva J, et al. (2016) Comparing the stability of psychopathy scores in adolescents versus adults: How often is "fledgling psychopathy" misdiagnosed? Psychology, Public Policy, and Law. 22: 77-91
Monahan J, Skeem JL. (2015) Risk Assessment in Criminal Sentencing. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology
Watts AL, Lilienfeld SO, Edens JF, et al. (2015) Does Response Distortion Statistically Affect the Relations Between Self-Report Psychopathy Measures and External Criteria? Psychological Assessment
Skeem JL, Steadman HJ, Manchak SM. (2015) Applicability of the Risk-Need-Responsivity Model to Persons With Mental Illness Involved in the Criminal Justice System. Psychiatric Services (Washington, D.C.). 66: 916-22
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