Coupling of Temperament with Mental Illness in Four Age Groups

@article{Trofimova2016CouplingOT,
  title={Coupling of Temperament with Mental Illness in Four Age Groups},
  author={I. Trofimova and Julie Christiansen},
  journal={Psychological Reports},
  year={2016},
  volume={118},
  pages={387 - 412}
}
  • I. Trofimova, Julie Christiansen
  • Published 2016
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychological Reports
  • Studies of temperament profiles in patients with mental disorders mostly focus on emotionality-related traits, although mental illness symptoms include emotional and nonemotional aspects of behavioral regulation. This study investigates relationships between 12 temperament traits (9 nonemotionality and 3 emotionality related) measured by the Structure of Temperament Questionnaire and four groups of clinical symptoms (depression, anxiety, antisociality, and dominance-mania) measured by the… CONTINUE READING
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