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    Aiuto sono disperata!!!e xcio' scrivo 2 discussioni uguali!!!

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    Psychopathy and personality. An investigation of the relationship between the NEO-Five Factor Inventory (NEO-FFI) and the Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (PCL-R) in a hospitalized sample of male offenders with personality disorder. By: Pereira, Nedra; Huband, Nick; Duggan, Conor. Criminal Behaviour & Mental Health, Dec2008, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p216-223, 8p, 2 charts Abstract: Background The concept of psychopathy, as measured by the Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (PCL-R), has good reliability and validity and there is a small amount of literature relating it to more general personality traits. Such relationships have not, however, been demonstrated across a variety of populations. Aim To examine the relationship between the PCL-R and the NEO-Five Factor Inventory (NEO-FFI) in a sample of men detained in a secure hospital unit because of personality disorder and having been convicted of at least one criminal offence. Method PCL-R and NEO-FFI measures were obtained for 100 men as part of a pre-admission assessment to a specialist personality disorder treatment unit. Results After controlling for Intelligence Quotient (IQ) and scores on the other four NEO-FFI domains, PCL-R total scores were significantly negatively correlated with agreeableness (r = -0.36) and neuroticism (r = -0.22). No other correlations with total scores were significant. PCL-R Factor 1 scores were significantly negatively correlated with agreeableness (r = -0.31) and with neuroticism (r = -0.26) whereas Factor 2 scores were significantly positively correlated with extraversion (r = 0.22) and negatively with agreeableness (r = -0.21). Conclusions Results were in line with findings from previous studies and were explained in part by considering how facets of the NEO-FFI map onto the concept of psychopathy. Further research is needed to ascertain whether similar relationships also apply among women, and to examine the relationship between psychopathy and specific facets of the five factor model. Copyright © 2008 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1002/cbm.699 (AN 34483779)
    Database: Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection

    Theory of Mind and conduct problems in children: Deficits in reading the “emotions of the eyes”.
    By: Sharp, Carla. Cognition & Emotion, Sep2008, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p1149-1158, 10p, 2 charts Abstract: A significant clinical feature of disorders of antisocial behaviour involves difficulties in social functioning. It has been suggested that deficits in “theory of mind” (ToM) reasoning—the ability to decode others' emotions and thoughts—may underlie social difficulties in these populations. Success in demonstrating ToM impairment associated with antisocial behaviour and psychopathy in adults and children have been limited. In the current study, parent-reported conduct problems were concurrently measured with performance on an advanced test of ToM developed for children, the Child Eyes Test (Journal of Developmental and Learning Disorders, 5, 47-78). Preadolescent and young adolescent children (n=79) drawn from a community sample were required to identify emotions from photographic stimuli depicting the eye region of the face only. Findings suggested a generalised impairment in ToM in children with conduct problems, as indicated by a significant relationship between poor Eyes Test performance and conduct problems, even when IQ, sex and age were controlled for. The findings are discussed in the context of the amygdala theory of psychopathy, and the neural systems suggested to mediate performance on the Eyes Test. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1080/02699930701667586 (AN 33210354)
    Database: Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection

    Psychopathy traits and the processing of emotion words: Results of a lexical decision task.
    By: Reidy, Dennis E.; Zeichner, Amos; Hunnicutt-Ferguson, Kallio; Lilienfeld, Scott O.. Cognition & Emotion, Sep2008, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p1174-1186, 13p, 3 charts Abstract: Research has indicated that individuals possessing psychopathic traits exhibit a deficit in the processing of emotional stimuli. Lexical decision task studies found that psychopathic individuals do not demonstrate affective facilitation in processing emotional words relative to nonpsychopathic individuals. However, these investigations have not examined processing of discrete affective categories and their relation to the callous/unemotional (F1) and impulse control/antisocial (F2) factors of psychopathy. Sixty undergraduate men completed a self-report measure of psychopathy traits and a lexical decision task assessing response latencies to anger, sadness, fear, and happiness words. Results reflected an association between F2 and a heightened experience of anger, whereas F1 was associated with a diminished experience of sadness. Findings are discussed in terms of the relation to existing research using alternative methods of processing affect. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1080/02699930701745663 (AN 33210364)
    Database: Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection

    Emotional processing in male adolescents with childhood-onset conduct disorder.
    By: Herpertz, Sabine C.; Huebner, Thomas; Marx, Ivo; Vloet, Timo D.; Fink, Gereon R.; Stoecker, Tony; Shah, N. Jon; Konrad, Kerstin; Herpertz-Dahlmann, Beate. Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry, Jul2008, Vol. 49 Issue 7, p781-791, 11p, 4 charts, 1 graph, 1 color Abstract: Background: Boys with early onset of conduct disorder (CD), most of whom also meet diagnostic criteria of a comorbid attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), tend to exhibit high levels of aggression throughout development. While a number of functional neuroimaging studies on emotional processing have been performed in antisocial adults, little is known about how CD children process emotional information. Method: Functional magnetic resonance imaging data were analyzed in 22 male adolescents aged 12 to 17 years with childhood-onset CD (16 of them with comorbid ADHD) compared to 22 age-matched male healthy controls. In order to consider the likely confounding of results through ADHD comorbidity, we performed a supplementary study including 13 adolescent subjects with pure ADHD who were compared with healthy controls. To challenge emotional processing of stimuli, a passive viewing task was applied, presenting pictures of negative, positive or neutral valence. Results: When comparing CD/combined disorder patients with healthy controls, we found enhanced left-sided amygdala activation in response to negative pictures as compared to neutral pictures in the patient group. In addition, these boys exhibited no reduced activation in the orbitofrontal, anterior cingulate and insular cortices. By contrast, children with pure ADHD did not show any abnormalities in amygdala activation but showed decreased neural activity in the insula only in response to negative pictures. Conclusions: Increased rather than reduced amygdala activation found in our study may indicate an enhanced response to environmental cues in adolescents with early-onset CD (most of whom also met the condition of ADHD), and is not consistent with the assumption of a reduced capacity to take note of affective information in the social environment. Further studies with an emphasis on developmental aspects of affect regulation are needed to clarify the relationship between CD and adult personality pathology associated with different modes of persistent antisocial behavior. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-7610.2008.01905.x (AN 32642111)
    Database: Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection

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    Riferimento: Aiuto sono disperata!!!e xcio' scrivo 2 discussioni uguali!!!

    nn so come ringraziarti...sicuramente consulterò i testi xk purtroppo nn ho tempo d tradurre il materiale in inglese....sei stato gentilissimo veramente!!

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