It was hypothesized that individuals with a history of repeated victimizations would have deficits in their ability to perceive risk, would be more likely to report childhood abuse, would have more severe clinical symptoms, and those with the lowest risk assessment ability and highest number of victimizations would have the most functional impairment and highest symptom severity. It was found that risk assessment was not related to victimizations, however, childhood abuse and clinical mood symptoms were related to victimization histories. Implications, limitations and suggestions for future research are provided.The WRAT-4 Word Reading subtest was given as a measure estimating baseline cognitive functioning. The word reading subtest ... Each correct answer is worth 1 -point, giving a possible score ranging from 0 to 70. The total number of correctanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Relationship Between Risk Assessment and Victimization in Individuals with Schizophrenia|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|