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Predictors of aggression and self-harm: A pilot study of the validity of the HCR-20 and VRS within a high secure hospital. Simon Draycott (Broadmoor Hospital), Emily Glorney (University of Surrey), Darragh O’Neill (University of Surrey) and Samantha McCullough (University of Surrey).

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