Sexuality of dissocial persons
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Klinika Psychiatryczna, Wydział Nauki o Zdrowiu WUM
Submission date: 2014-12-28
Final revision date: 2015-07-30
Acceptance date: 2015-09-08
Publication date: 2016-02-28
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Marta Janus   

Klinika Psychiatryczna Wydział Nauki o Zdrowiu Warszawski Uniwersytet Medyczny, Króla Maciusia 9/5, 04-526 Warszawa, Polska
Psychiatr Pol 2016;50(1):187-196
Introduction. The development of personality disorders as well as sexual disorders is defined by the common time spectrum as well as deficits and changes in such areas as biological, environmental and mental area. Dissocial (antisocial) personality disorder is characterised by a pervasive pattern of disregard for, or violation of, the rights of others. The indices of the discussed disorder can be found in specific patterns of social inadequacy occurring during childhood and puberty. At the same time, characteristic indices of social functioning at a young age often indicate subsequent dysfunctions in the area of sexuality. Aim. The aim of this paper is to explain sexual functioning of persons with dissocial personality disorder (including the relation with sexual dysfunctions), and to ascertain issues that need further empirical studies. Method. As a result of analysis of available literature (matched with EBSCO database search fulfilling criteria of sample size, accuracy of examination procedure, conclusions and discussion) 5 articles fulfilling criteria cited above has been found. Conclusions: Based on literature overview, it appeared to be impossible to determine one coherent way of sexual functioning of dissocial persons, and to establish causal relationship of sexual dysfunctions and dissocial personality disorder. However, it is possible to indicate group of most characteristic dysfunctional sexual behaviours. Noteworthy, available publication analyse only selected aspects of sexual behaviours in small, homogenous groups. There is a lack of review studies as well as multi-faceted studies.
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