Document Title: Neuropsychological and Emotional Deficits Predict Correctional Treatment Response

@inproceedings{Fishbein2006DocumentTN,
  title={Document Title: Neuropsychological and Emotional Deficits Predict Correctional Treatment Response},
  author={Diana H. Fishbein and M{\^o}nica Scott and Christopher Hyde and David B. Newlin and Robert Hubal and George P. Chrousos and Salvatore Alesci},
  year={2006}
}
The three year study was designed to elucidate underlying neuropsychological and emotional regulatory mechanisms in variable responses to a standard correctional treatment approach among prison inmates. Cognitive-behaviorally based treatment (CBT) programs are generally considered effective in reducing behavioral problems in this population, but there is considerable variation in treatment response and outcome. A significant number of inmates do not respond favorably over time, exhibiting a… CONTINUE READING

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