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Josh Miller

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Distinguished Research Professor
Clinical Program


Ph.D., University of Kentucky, 2003

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Research Interests

General and pathological personality trait models; personality disorders with a specific focus on the the conceptualization and assessment of psychopathy and narcissism; externalizing behaviors (antisocial behavior; aggression, substance use; gambling).

** My lab (i.e., 4800) is full for the upcoming 2024-2025 academic year and thus cannot take anymore applications.**

Assessment Scales

**You do NOT need my permission to use any of the following scales.**

Five-Factor Model Antagonistic Triad Measure (FFM ATM)
Elemental Psychopathy Assessment

EPA Long Version

EPA Short Form - With Validity Scales

EPA Short Form - No Validity Scales (72 items)

EPA Super Short Form - 18 items only

Five-Factor Narcissism Inventory

Long Version (148 items)

Short Version (60 items)

Super Short Version (15 items)

Five-Factor Machiavellianism Inventory

Long Version (52 items)

Super Short Form (15 items)


120 IRT-based IPIP-NEO

60-item IRT based IPIP-NEO (2 items per facet)

100-item PID-5 (Maples et al., 2014)

Shortened version of the NPI

Narcissistic Personality Inventory - 13

NPI-13 Likert Version

Narcissistic Vulnerability Scale (Adjective scale that can be used as a trait or state assessment)

Scoring sheet for PID-5 domains, facets, and PDs based on Krueger et al. (2012) norms

Graduate Students in My Lab

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