Childhood trauma and neuroticism as an adult: possible implication for the development of the common psychiatric disorders and suicidal behaviour
This study aims to examine whether early childhood adversity may be a determinant of neuroticism.Method
Neuroticism is an important personality dimension associated with depressive and anxiety disorders. Both genetic and social factors are thought to contribute to neuroticism
This study aims to examine whether early childhood adversity may be a determinant of neuroticism
There was a significant relationship between total childhood trauma scores on the Childhood Trauma Questionnaire and neuroticism scores on the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire
Childhood trauma may be a determinant of neuroticism
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