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  • Grant T. Harris (a1), Marnie E. Rice (a2) and Vernon L. Quinsey (a3)
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1 Hart SD, Michie C, Cooke DJ. Precision of actuarial risk assessment instruments. Br J Psychiatry 2007; 190 (suppl 49): s605.
2 Quinsey VL, Harris GT, Rice ME, Cormier CA. Violent Offenders: Appraising and Managing Risk (2nd edn). American Psychological Association, 2006.
3 Harris GT, Rice ME. Characterising the value of actuarial violence risk assessment. Crim Justice Behav 2007; in press.
4 Grove WM, Meehl PE. Comparative efficiency of informal (subjective, impressionistic) and formal (mechanical, algorithmic) prediction procedures: the clinical–statistical controversy. Psychol Public Policy Law 1996; 2: 293323.
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