Effects of Personality Disorder and Impulsivity on Emotional Adaptations in Prison Among Women Offenders
Psychiatric Quarterly, 04/02/2012Mahmood ST et al.
Results from regression models indicated that schizotypal, borderline, avoidant and dependent personality disorders and cognitive impulsivity were significant predictors of symptoms of anxiety and depression net of demographic covariates. Women possessing a diagnosis of paranoid personality disorder were at increased odds of having difficulty sleeping in prison and borderline, dependent, and paranoid personality disorder were at increased odds of experiencing fear in prison. Women who had been in prison before were significantly less likely to experience these problems.
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