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反社会行为

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是你们的圈姐

一言不合就跳桥。。。

看到这个真的很心痛

在花一般的年纪,你却选择了死亡

真心希望这样的事情不要再发生了

一言不合就跳桥。。。

看到这个真的很心痛

在花一般的年纪,你却选择了死亡

真心希望这样的事情不要再发生了

是你们的圈姐
圈姐好呀。下个单。我感觉我自己...

圈姐好呀。下个单。我感觉我自己又撑不住了,明明都好了一段时间了,为什么又回去了呢...我不想去上学,也不想当他们眼中的神经病。不想落课不想休学,我每天都在自己骗自己,我没病我很好开心很简单我不会死。我伤害自己其实很少,因为我不敢。我想死,可是连这股勇气都没有。怕给学校留下不好的影响,给同学留下阴影。什么都怕。什么都不敢。又回到那段时间里了。不想去学校了...一切的一切都太难了...匿。

圈姐好呀。下个单。我感觉我自己又撑不住了,明明都好了一段时间了,为什么又回去了呢...我不想去上学,也不想当他们眼中的神经病。不想落课不想休学,我每天都在自己骗自己,我没病我很好开心很简单我不会死。我伤害自己其实很少,因为我不敢。我想死,可是连这股勇气都没有。怕给学校留下不好的影响,给同学留下阴影。什么都怕。什么都不敢。又回到那段时间里了。不想去学校了...一切的一切都太难了...匿。

是你们的圈姐
投稿:精神分裂症患者眼中的世界...

投稿:精神分裂症患者眼中的世界是什么样子的?

投稿:精神分裂症患者眼中的世界是什么样子的?

是你们的圈姐
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犯罪行为心理学;理论、研究和实践.pdf

 



 

犯罪行为心理学;理论、研究和实践.pdf

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已婚男人为何表现更好?(来源:sciencedaily)

      长期以来,研究者们发现,婚姻降低了男性的非法行为与攻击行为。然而我们却不知道,这究竟是婚姻的功能,还是仅仅是低“反社会”的男人更可能走进婚姻呢?

        Michigan州立大学遗传学主持的研究告诉我们,问题的答案是两者皆有。发表在12月6日出版的《Archives of General Psychiatry 》 杂志12月号的文章中,S. Alexandra Burt 及其同事 发现,低“反社会”行为的男性 更可能开启婚姻,但是 一旦结婚,婚姻就会抑制...

      长期以来,研究者们发现,婚姻降低了男性的非法行为与攻击行为。然而我们却不知道,这究竟是婚姻的功能,还是仅仅是低“反社会”的男人更可能走进婚姻呢?

        Michigan州立大学遗传学主持的研究告诉我们,问题的答案是两者皆有。发表在12月6日出版的《Archives of General Psychiatry 》 杂志12月号的文章中,S. Alexandra Burt 及其同事 发现,低“反社会”行为的男性 更可能开启婚姻,但是 一旦结婚,婚姻就会抑制其反社会行为。

“结果显示,婚姻降低已婚男性反社会行为的机制,比我们想象的要复杂”,心理学助理教授Burt指出,“婚姻对男人有利,但男性选择结婚也并不是随机的。”

本文介绍自sciencedaily:http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/12/101206201433.htm

以下是英文原文:

Why Married Men Tend to Behave Better

ScienceDaily (Dec. 7, 2010) — Researchers have long argued that marriage generally reduces illegal and aggressive behaviors in men. It remained unclear, however, if that association was a function of matrimony itself or whether less "antisocial" men were simply more likely to get married.

The answer, according to a new study led by a Michigan State University behavior geneticist, appears to be both.

In the December issue of the Archives of General Psychiatry, online December 6, S. Alexandra Burt and colleagues found that less antisocial men were more likely to get married. Once they were wed, however, the marriage itself appeared to further inhibit antisocial behavior.

"Our results indicate that the reduced rate of antisocial behavior in married men is more complicated than we previously thought," said Burt, associate professor of psychology. "Marriage is generally good for men, at least in terms of reducing antisocial behavior, but the data also indicate that it's not random who enters into the state of marriage."

The study is the first to investigate the effects of marriage on antisocial behavior using a genetically informative twin sample to rule out the effects of genes on these associations. The researchers examined the data of 289 pairs of male twins. The twins were assessed four times, at ages 17, 20, 24 and 29.

The study found that men with lower levels of antisocial behavior at ages 17 and 20 were more likely to have married by age 29 (researchers refer to the act of entering into marriage as a selection process). This is noteworthy since previous studies found little support that selection process influenced reduced rates of antisocial behavior among married men.

Burt said her finding may differ from past studies because marital rates have declined significantly in recent years, whereas marriage was more of the norm in the 1950s, meaning selection likely wasn't much of a factor.

Once the men were married, rates of antisocial behavior declined even more. When comparing identical twins in which one twin had married while the other had not, Burt said, the married twin generally engaged in lower levels of antisocial behavior than did the unmarried twin.

Burt said it's unlikely that marriage inhibits men's antisocial behavior directly, but rather that marriage is a marker for other factors such as social bonding or less time spent with delinquent peers. Another factor that seems to be important is marriage quality; the effect of marriage on antisocial behavior tends to be stronger in better marriages.

Burt's co-researchers are M. Brent Donnellan and Mikhila Humbad from MSU; Brian Hicks from the University of Michigan; and Matt McGue and William Iacono from the University of Minnesota.

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