Che cosa Tatuaggi Reveal sulla personalità

Che cosa Tatuaggi Reveal sulla personalità

Psychiatrists from the Michigan Center for Forensic Psychiatry studied 36 pazienti ricoverati di sesso maschile, e trovato un legame tra tatuaggi e disturbo antisociale di personalità. Ulteriore, questi psichiatri hanno scoperto che i tentativi di suicidio, abuso di sostanze, and sexual abuse may be more common in forensic psychiatric inpatients with tattoos.

Our findings suggest that forensic psychiatric inpatients with tattoos are significantly more likely to suffer from antisocial personality disorder than those without tattoos, and patients with antisocial personality disorder were also significantly more likely to have higher numbers of tattoos, a larger percentage of their body covered with tattoos, and tended to have tattoos in more visible locations” ha detto il ricercatore Dr. William Cardasis del Centro del Michigan per Psichiatria Forense. “Spero che questo fornisce indizi per i medici per cercare ASPD nei pazienti psichiatrici forensi con i tatuaggi, and also to look for signs of suicide attempt, abuso di sostanze, and sexual abuse.

“Si dovrebbe tenere a mente che la popolazione studiata era solo un piccolo segmento della popolazione, and not indicative of what may or may not be relevant in the general population,” added Cardasis. “Other interesting questions which this research raises include whether adolescents with tattoos are more likely to conduct disorder than those without, and what effect the meaning and subject content of the tattoo has.

Antisocial Personality Disorder

Antisocial personality disorder is characterized by a lack of empathy and remorse, a low tolerance for anxiety, and shallowness. Le persone con disturbo di personalità antisociale preferiscono l'azione al pensiero. Giacente, frode, furto, physical aggression and drug abuse are also linked to people with antisocial personality disorder.

Why Women Regret Getting Tattoos but Men Don’t

New research shows that women face more social stigma than men regarding tattoos. Women with tattoos are more likely to have them removed because of embarrassment, body image, or career concerns.

Researchers from Texas Tech University found that women with tattoos are more than twice as likely to have them removed (as compared to men with tattoos). Most women are happy with tattoos when they get them, but their feelings changed within the next one to five years.

In this study, women found that tattoos began to cause embarrassment, and stopped being a source of uniqueness. Women with tattoos often have to hide them, which limits clothing options and increases feelings of self-consciousness.

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