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Why are programmes for offenders with personality disorder not informed by the relevant scientific findings?
This paper examines the evidence to justify intervening in those with personality disorder, specifically antisocial personality disorder ( ASPD) as defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders ( ...
Exploring the link between personality disorder and criminality in a community sample
This study sought to identify, among a sample of 224 community residents with DSM-diagnosed personality disorder (PD), those personality and criminal history features associated with a combination of antisocial and borderline ...
The use of pharmacological treatments for people with personality disorder: A systematic review of randomized controlled trials
Background This is a companion paper to our earlier review of psychological treatments for people with personality disorder that examined the evidence from randomized controlled trials (RCTs). Here, we report on the evidence ...
The role of social problem solving in improving social functioning in therapy for adults with personality disorder
Objectives In a previous study, adults with personality disorder who were treated with psychoeducation and social problem-solving therapy improved in social functioning. The purpose of this paper is to examine in more ...
Psychopathy and personality. An investigation of the relationship between the NEO-Five Factor Inventory (NEO-FFI) and the Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (PCL-R) in a hospitalized sample of male offenders with personality disorder
Background: The concept of psychopathy, as measured by the Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (PCL-R), has good reliability and validity and there is a small amount of literature relating it to more general personality traits. ...
A comparison of treatment completers and non-completers of an in-patient treatment programme for male personality-disordered offenders
Background. In the treatment of offenders with personality disorders, one matter that requires attention is the rate of treatment non-completion. This is important as it has cost-efficiency and negative outcome implications. ...
Peaks and troughs--An exploration of patient perspectives of dangerous and severe personality disorder assessment (Peaks Unit, Rampton Hospital)
Rationale: Although accessing user-perspectives is a key National Health Service initiative, the literature reporting user's views of forensic services, particularly dangerous and severe personality disorder (DSPD) services, ...
The impact of interpersonal style on aggression and treatment non-completion in patients with personality disorder admitted to a medium secure psychiatric unit
The aim of this study was to examine the impact of interpersonal style and psychopathy on treatment non-completion and aggressive behaviour. Participants were patients with personality disorder admitted for treatment to a ...
Treatment of sexual offenders with psychopathic traits - Recent research development and clinical implications
This article provides a review of recent literature related to the treatment of Psychopathy inforensic settings, with particular focus on studies with sexual offenders. The lack of empirical support for the position that ...
Psychopathology and treatment of stalking
This chapter contains section titled: Introduction Nosological Issues Psychopathology Of Stalking Approaches To Treatment Motivations For Violence References