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Social problem solving, personality disorder and violence
Social problem solving is 'the self-directed cognitive-affective-behavioral process by which an individual attempts to identify or discover solutions to specific problems encountered in everyday living'. A problem arises ...
Personality, personality disorder and violence: An introduction
In this chapter, the aim is to set the scene for this book on personality, personality disorder, and violence, by addressing some fundamental questions about detention, punishment and treatment of people with personality ...
Personality, personality disorder and violence: Implications for future research and practice
This volume has brought together researchers from a variety of disciplines within the behavioral sciences in an attempt to address some key issues concerning personality, personality disorder and violence. We have focused ...
Personality, personality disorder and violence: An evidence based approach
Personality, Personality Disorder and Violence takes an evidence-based look at personality traits and types of psychological functioning that may contribute to personality disorder and violence, and the connections that ...
The alcohol treatment needs of violent and non-violent prisoners
In 2004, HM Prison Service launched an alcohol strategy that promotes treatment of alcohol-related problems in imprisoned offenders. In commissioning services for prisoners, the needs of any prison population must first ...
Treatments for offenders in prison and the community
While alcohol consumption may be associated with a range of offence types, it is most strongly associated with violent crime (Flatley et al, 2010; McMurran, 2005). The need to reduce the prevalence of alcohol-related ...