Temperament, insecure attachment, impulsivity, and sexuality in women in jail.

@article{Iliceto2012TemperamentIA,
  title={Temperament, insecure attachment, impulsivity, and sexuality in women in jail.},
  author={Paolo Iliceto and Maurizio Pompili and Gabriella Candilera and Iole Rosafio and Denise Erbuto and Michele Battuello and David Lester and Paolo Girardi},
  journal={Journal of forensic nursing},
  year={2012},
  volume={8 1},
  pages={23-9}
}
BACKGROUND Women constitute only a small proportion of inmates, but several studies have shown that they have higher rates of psychiatric disturbance than incarcerated men and community samples. Mental health treatment is necessary to prevent severe illness and suicide in these women. METHODS The convenience sample consisted of 40 female detainees and 40 controls who were administered self-report questionnaires to assess temperament (TEMPS-A), insecure attachment (ECR), impulsivity (BIS-11… CONTINUE READING
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