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Criminal cognitions and personality: What does the picts really measure?
Introduction: The Psychological Inventory of Criminal Thinking Styles (PICTS) is a measure of the criminal cognitions and thinking styles that maintain offending. The scale comprises 8 a priori thinking styles and two ...
Assessment of personality disorder for individuals with offending histories
The problems of those who encounter penal and mental health systems, and sometimes challenge the boundaries of both, are typically extremely complex. Consequently, the assessment process is a critical tool in the successful ...
A postal survey of the assessment procedure for personality disorder in forensic settings
Aims and method: A survey of 50 in-patient forensic health care and prison services in England, Wales and Scotland was employed to evaluate: (a) how severe personality disorder is assessed; and (b) how assessments compare ...
The NEO-FFI: Emerging British norms and an item-level analysis suggest N, A and C are norms reliable than O and E
The NEO Five Factor Inventory (NEO-FFI) was given to 1025 British subjects as part of three independent research studies. Data from these studies were pooled and subjected to item-level analyses. Using standard scoring ...