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eBook Dependency, frustration tolerance, and impulse control in child abusers ePub

by Don Kertzman

  • ISBN: 086548015X
  • Category: Family Relationships
  • Subcategory: Relationships
  • Author: Don Kertzman
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Century Twenty One Pub (1980)
  • Pages: 152
  • ePub book: 1377 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1355 kb
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Are you sure you want to remove Dependency, frustration tolerance, and impulse control in child abusers from your list? Dependency, frustration tolerance, and impulse control in child abusers. in Saratoga, Calif. Child abuse, Enfants maltraites, Personality Tests, Child Abuse.

Dependency, frustration tolerance, and impulse control in child abusers. Saratoga, CA: Century Twenty-One. Leichsenring, F. (1999). Journal of Personality Assess- ment, 73, 4563. Lerner, . Albert, . & Walsh, M. (1987). The file drawer problem and tolerance for null results. Psychological Bulletin, 86, 638–641. Koch, . & Jarvis, C. Rosenthal, R. (1990).

Library of Congress Control Number: 79093297. n-us -. Personal Name: Kertzman, Don. Publication, Distribution, etc. MIA. Geographic Area Code: n-us -. Publication, Distribution, et. Saratoga, Calif. Century Twenty One Pu. (c)1980. Physical Description: xiii, 152 p. : graphs ;, 28 cm. Bibliography, etc.

of whether the patient poses a risk of decompensation, suicidality, assaultiveness, homicidality, relapse back to alcoholism or substance abuse, inability to care for himself or herself, of being victimized, of victimizing others, or is at any other.

Frustration tolerance is one's ability to resist becoming frustrated when facing difficult tasks. Having a low frustration tolerance is related to trait anger and a higher level of frustration tolerance is related to lower levels of anger and longer persistence on difficult tasks. For example, a child with a high frustration tolerance may be able to deal with repeated challenges and failures without experiencing significant frustration