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The impact of treatment on hostile-dominance in forensic psychiatric inpatients: Relationships between change in hostile-dominance and recidivism following release from custody
This study explored the impact of psychiatric and psychological treatment on hostile-dominance in 51 offenders with personality disorder in a secure psychiatric unit. Hostile-dominance was assessed at intake and repeated ...
Personality disorder traits, trauma, and risk in perpetrators of domestic violence
Crimes committed against partners and family members have devastating effects on victims. Unfortunately, recidivism rates for offenders are high, and there is a need to establish risk factors that may be potential treatment ...