David D. Vachon, Ph.D.

Psychology McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
psychopathy, personality, empathy
"David Vachon"
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Donald R. Lynam grad student 2007-2013 Purdue
 (Development and validation of the affective and cognitive measure of empathy (ACME).)
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Hopwood CJ, Krueger RF, Watson D, et al. (2019) Commentary on "The Challenge of Transforming the Diagnostic System of Personality Disorders". Journal of Personality Disorders. 1-4
Hopwood CJ, Kotov R, Krueger RF, et al. (2017) The time has come for dimensional personality disorder diagnosis. Personality and Mental Health
Vachon DD, Krueger RF, Rogosch FA, et al. (2015) Assessment of the Harmful Psychiatric and Behavioral Effects of Different Forms of Child Maltreatment. Jama Psychiatry. 1135-1142
Lau KS, Aalsma MC, Holloway ED, et al. (2015) The effects of racial heterogeneity on mental health: A study of detained youth across multiple counties. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. 85: 421-30
Vachon DD, Lynam DR. (2015) Fixing the Problem With Empathy: Development and Validation of the Affective and Cognitive Measure of Empathy. Assessment
Vachon DD, Krueger RF. (2015) Emotion and the Joint Structure of Personality and Psychopathology Emotion Review. 7: 265-271
Vachon DD, Lynam DR, Johnson JA. (2014) The (non)relation between empathy and aggression: surprising results from a meta-analysis. Psychological Bulletin. 140: 751-73
Vachon DD, Lynam DR, Widiger TA, et al. (2013) Basic traits predict the prevalence of personality disorder across the life span: the example of psychopathy. Psychological Science. 24: 698-705
Lynam DR, Vachon DD. (2012) Antisocial personality disorder in DSM-5: missteps and missed opportunities. Personality Disorders. 3: 483-95
Vachon DD, Lynam DR, Loeber R, et al. (2012) Generalizing the nomological network of psychopathy across populations differing on race and conviction status. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 121: 263-9
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