Home List of Titles Psychological correlates of long-term imprisonment part IV: a longitudinal analysis
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- Psychological correlates of long-term imprisonment part IV: a longitudinal analysis
- Bolton, N.; Smith, F. V.; Heskin, K. J.; Banister, P. A.
- The tests administered included tests of intelligence and abilities, personality and attitudes. Analysis revealed no evidence of psychological deterioration. On the contrary, verbal intelligence showed a significant increase between first and second testing, and there were significant reductions in hostility, which were associated with increasing emotional maturity. These results are discussed in relation to previous studies.
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- Journal article
- British Journal of Criminology, Vol. 16, no. 1 (Jan 1976), pp. 38-47
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- Ability; Effects of imprisonment; Inmate attitudes; Inmates; Intelligence; Intelligence Quotient; IQ; Measurement; Prisoners; Psychological evaluation; Testing
- Oxford University Press
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- Copyright © 1976.
- Peer reviewed