PSYC 2002 - Personality Disorder

PSYC 2002 - Personality Disorder

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  • What is Personality Disorder and how is it manifested?
  • I'm fine Jane. I've heard, I feel these people suffering from personality disorder yes.
  • Well i was reading an article by Hickling & Walcott (2013) and learned about it in PSYC 2002 class, it's really sad if you think about it...
  • HI Susan, how are you? Did you hear what happen today? This crime situation getting real bad, it look like these criminals are demon possess eh...
  • Why you say that? 
  • What is Personality Disorder and how is it manifested? 
  • My tutor, Ms Seemungal said that this disorder influence how one think and feel about themself and others, which impact on how they function in all aspect of life  
  • You know you right, I remember reading an article written by Ishita Aggarwal, publish in 2013, which states that persons with this type mental illness has reckless disregard for the norms of society, behaves impulsively and is unable to experience guilt.
  • What does Unit 9 states about the disorder that criminals are likely to display? 
  • Yes she also mentions that personal disordered offenders normally repeat their violent or sexual offending
  • Let's go inside, while we continue to discuss this a bit further.
  • So persons suffering from this disorder is usually incoherent and preposterous
  • Personality disorder is a mental disorder, which affects an individual’s behavior. It is associated with an individual’s way of thinking and feeling about oneself and others that significantly and adversely affect how an individual function in many aspects of life, it causes distress or problems functioning, and lasts over time.
  • What does Unit 9 states about the disorder that criminals are likely to display? 
  • Yes, That's right. Ms Seemungal explained that, they tend to relapse into criminal behaviour
  • Personality Disorder can be manifested in various ways for instance through a progression of violent acts and might be caused by a mix of genetics and social issues. It falls within three categories- odd or eccentric behavior ( Paranoid or Schizotypal) , dramatic, emotional or erratic behavior ( Antisocial or Borderline), anxious or fearful behavior (obsessive-Compulsive) Just to name a few.
  • Identify four key points made Hickling and Walcott.  
  • NOMS (2011) noted that personality disordered offenders present a high risk of repeating their violent or sexual offending. These  persons are often recidivists, they breach their hostel rules (an indication that they might also breach their probation rules and regulations and they are averse to authority), they drop out of accredited treatment programs, they tend to self-harm, and cause prison staff to be stressed to the point of taking sick leave.
  • Identify four key points made Hickling and Walcott. 
  • Wow , and you know we have a lot of delinquent parents now, especially in Trinidad and Jamaica .
  • They also pointed out that severe parental disciplines created resentful rebelliousness against authority figures as well as lack of remorse for their actions and the tendency to be deceitful
  • Offenders with low self-esteem and low self- concept are more inclined to be aggressive in behavior and thinking and to find information in a story that validates their aggressive line of thinking. Edwards and Bond(2012)
  • A large body of research and clinical observation additionally supports the idea that childhood experiences play an important role in the development of personality traits and personality disorders. 
  • Most of the convicted murderers showed evidence of early paternal rejection and revealed much conscious and unconscious anger and repressed hostility toward this rejection, and expressed resentment and blame at their father’s desertion.
  • So what did Hickling and Walcott say?
  • Traumatic childhood experiences, such as physical, sexual, or emotional abuse and neglect, have been identified as risk factors that increase the likelihood that personality disorder may develop (Johnson, Bromley, & McGeoch, 2005)
  • Let move closer to the computer to find move.
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