A meta-analysis showing that the VRAG and SORAG exhibit a large predictive effect for violent recidivism and no evidence of "allegiance" (Harris et al., 2010).
A meta-analysis showing that the VRAG and SORAG are the most accurate actuarial risk assessments available for sex offenders' violent recidivism (Hanson & Morton-Bourgon, 2009)
A meta-analysis showing that the VRAG exhibited significantly better accuracy for violent recidivism than other assessments evaluated (Campbell et al., 2009, Table 1)
A refutation of the suggestion that the VRAG/SORAG predict violent recidivism for groups, but not for individuals (Harris et al., 2007)
A refutation of the suggestion that there was anything unethical about the development or application of the VRAG or SORAG (Quinsey et al., 2002)