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Self-regulation and emotional experience: Preliminary findings in non-sexual and sexual offenders

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Author(s): Thomas Ross | María I. Fontao

Journal: Sexual Offender Treatment
ISSN 1862-2941

Volume: 1;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 4;
Date: 2006;
Original page

Keywords: Sexual offenders | self-regulation | emotional experience | personality disorders | forensic psychiatry and psychotherapy

ABSTRACT
The functional role of self-regulation in sexually aggressive and other violent behavior is not yet fully understood and thus continues to be an important problem of research in the forensic field. In this study, the authors examined emotional self-regulation, conflict behavior, and personality disorders in a sample of 70 violent and non-violent offenders, among which 10 had committed sexual offences. Self report scales and interviews were applied. The differences in (self reported) self regulatory functions found between sexual and non-sexual offenders indicate a better mood management and less vulnerability to threatening and/or stressful situations for those who have not sexually offended.
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