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Personality disorders as extreme variants of common personality dimensions: can the Five-Factor Model adequately represent psychopathy?
The present study examined Widiger and Lynam's (1998) hypothesis that psychopathy can be represented using the Five-Factor Model (FFM) of personality. Participants in the study consisted of 481Expand
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A test of the four-factor model of impulsivity-related traits
Abstract In a recent article, Whiteside and Lynam [Person. Indiv. Diff. 30 (2001) 669] proposed a new model for understanding personality pathways to impulsive behavior. Their UPPS model maintainsExpand
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Women, sex, and HIV: social and contextual factors, meta-analysis of published interventions, and implications for practice and research.
This article is focused on examining social and contextual factors related to HIV-risk behavior for women. Specifically, this article has three main purposes: to review the literature on selectedExpand
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Early adolescent through young adult alcohol and marijuana use trajectories: Early predictors, young adult outcomes, and predictive utility
The present study takes a developmental approach to subgrouping and examines the trajectories of substance use from early adolescence through young adulthood among a community sample of 481Expand
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The utility of the Five Factor Model in understanding risky sexual behavior
Abstract The physical, emotional, and financial consequences of engaging in risky sexual behavior can be extremely high. This paper explores the relations between the Five Factor Model (FFM) ofExpand
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Motivation as a Predictor of Therapeutic Engagement in Mandated Residential Substance Abuse Treatment
Studies of community-based substance abuse treatment indicate that motivation for treatment is critical for retaining clients in the program and for their becoming therapeutically engaged in theExpand
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Stalking as a Variant of Intimate Violence: Implications From a Young Adult Sample
There is a limited but growing literature which suggests that stalking is a variant of intimate violence. The purpose of this study was to examine physical, psychological, and stalking victimizationExpand
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Victimization and Substance Abuse among Women: Contributing Factors, Interventions, and Implications
Although the literature indicates that there is an association of victimization with substance abuse, there has been limited research focused on understanding and synthesizing the factors that haveExpand
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A Systematic Review of Recent Literature on Religiosity and Substance Use
This paper contains a systematic review of articles about the relationship between religiosity/spirituality and alcohol and drug use that were published between 1997 and 2006. Summaries ofExpand
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The relations among personality, symptoms of alcohol and marijuana abuse, and symptoms of comorbid psychopathology: results from a community sample.
This study examined the relation of the Five-Factor Model (FFM) of personality to symptoms of alcohol and marijuana abuse before and after controlling for symptoms of antisocial personality disorderExpand
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