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Assessment of state and trait anxiety: Endler multidimensional anxiety scales
The Endler Multidimensional Anxiety Scales (EMAS) are self-report measures of multidimensional trait anxiety, state anxiety and perception of situations. The scales were administered to samples ofExpand
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Psychological determinants of fear of crime: A comparison of general and situational prediction models
Abstract Prior research into fear of criminal victimization has identified cognitive and affective variables relating to general perceived risk of victimization, and fear of victimization in specificExpand
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Prevalence of Childhood Conduct and Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders in Adult Maximum-Security Inmates
The prevalence of childhood conduct disorder (CD) and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) was studied in a sample of 100 adult maximum-security inmates. Inmate criminal and developmentalExpand
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Vengeance, anger and irrational beliefs in inmates: A caveat regarding social desirability☆
Abstract The present study investigated the interrelationships of vengeance, anger and irrational beliefs in an adult male inmate population. Fifty-two male inmates were administered the traitExpand
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Inmate attitudes towards computerized clinical interventions
Abstract Clinicians often cite probable client resistance to computerized clinical interventions as one reason for their own resistance to computerization. The results of an attitudinal surveyExpand
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The Crisis issue Assessed: An Empirical Analysis
The effect of the crisis issue in social psychology-focusing on the validity of existing social psychological research methodologies-was examined through an analysis of research trends over the pastExpand
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The effects of computer versus paper-and-pencil administration on measures of anger and revenge with an inmate population
Abstract A current issue in personality assessment is whether computer versions of personality tests are psychometrically equivalent to paper-and-pencil originals. A total of 52 male inmates wereExpand
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Comparison of Early and Late Start Models of Delinquency in Adult Offenders
This study examines the validity of the early and late start models of delinquency in adult offenders. Subjects were 180 adult maximum-security inmates who provided information regarding adult andExpand
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