Personality correlates of gaslighting behaviours in young adults

  title={Personality correlates of gaslighting behaviours in young adults},
  author={Paola Miano and Martina Bellomare and Vincenzo Giuseppe Genova},
  journal={Journal of Sexual Aggression},
  pages={285 - 298}
ABSTRACT This study focused on gaslighting, a specific type of psychological violence occurring in intimate relationships, where one partner displays controlling behaviours towards the other. The aim of the research was to analyse the association between gaslighting behaviours and dysfunctional personality domains of both abusers and survivors, respectively assessed through the PID-5-IRF and the PID-5-BF. A group of 250 young adults (males = 124), aged 18–30 years (M = 22.99, SD = 3.02), took… 
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