Anger and irrational beliefs in violent inmates

@inproceedings{Ford1991AngerAI,
  title={Anger and irrational beliefs in violent inmates},
  author={B Ford},
  year={1991}
}
Abstract In the present study the relationship of anger and irrational beliefs was examined. Subjects were 110 adults males with documented histories of violence incarcerated at a maximum security correctional institution. The T-Anger subscale of the State-Trait Personality Inventory and three factor based scales; Angry Temperament, Perceived Personal Injustice and Interpersonal Provocability were found to be significantly related to global irrational beliefs as measured by the Belief Scale… CONTINUE READING

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