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The eysenck personality inventory in male and female subnormal psychopaths in a special security hospital
The EPI was administered to a sample of 264 male and female subnormal psychopaths at a special security hospital. The males were not significantly different from the general population norms in Neuroticism and Extraversion. ...
Preliminary psychomotor stress studies with subnormal psychopathic subjects
IN a series of research studies concerned with stress reactivity in adult male patients of subnormal intelligence quotient (I.Q.) and of known delinquent or psychopathic history, it has been established that stability, and ...
Validation of a short form WISC with clinic children
Summary. One‐hundred‐and‐twenty‐seven children tested at a child guidance clinic were given a full scale WISC in the course of their examination. Prorated IQs were calculated from four of the ten sub‐tests (Arithmetic, ...
Sex chromosome abnormalities in two state hospitals for patients requiring special security
THE association between sex chromatin abnormality and mental sub-normality is well established. The incidence of sex chromatin abnormality in the new-born male and female population is about 0.2 per cent and 0.08 per cent ...
Rorschach indices and autonomic stress reactivity
A Rorschach test and laboratory stress techniques were administered to 200 male inmates of a state hospital for mental defectives. The findings were compared via correlational techniques to validate Rorschach indices of ...
Patients with sex chromatin abnormality in two state hospitals
The incidence of sex‐chromatin subnormality in two special hospitals for subnormal patients requiring special security on account of violent and aggressive behaviour was found to be significantly higher than the incidence ...