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The Role of Self-Regulation Behaviors in Prediction of Perception of Interpersonal Reactive in the Prisoners with Antisocial Personality Disorder. CPAP. 2019;
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-1312-en.html
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Introduction: Studies show that self-regulation is introduced for beginning to interpersonal skills and empathy. The purpose of the present research was to determine the role of self-regulation behaviors in prediction of perception of interpersonal reactive in the prisoners with antisocial personality disorder. Method: This research is correlational. The statistical population of this study was all people with antisocial personality disorder who are residents of the city of Ardebil in 2014. The sample contained 100 person with antisocial personality disorder who were resident of the central prison in Ardabil, and selected to available sample method. For Data collection, Millon Questionnaire, Self-regulation Behaviors Questionnaire and Interpersonal Reactive Index were used. Data collected using Pearson correlation and multiple regression analysis was analyzed. Findings: The results showed that self-regulation behaviors are related to interpersonal reactive. Results of multiple regression analysis showed 28 percent of empathic concern, 42 perspective-taking, 21 percent of fantasy and 23 percent of personal distress variations of perceived cost explain by self-regulation behaviors. Discussion & Conclusion: These findings show that self-regulation behaviors have moderate role in the interpersonal reactive in the prisoners with antisocial personality disorder. Therefore, self-regulation training can be targeted the interpersonal reactive in the persons with personality disorders.
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special

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