ANTISOCIAL ATTITUDES AND CONSUMER SATISFACTION WITH SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT PROGRAM
Lower levels of self reported satisfaction with addiction treatment in a sample of 59 addicts at the end of a four week inpatient addiction treatment program were significantly correlated with scores on the Psychopathic Deviate (Pd) and Responsibility Scale (Re) of the MMP12: more rebellious and less socially responsible patients reported less satisfaction with the treatment program (r<.30, p<.05, 1–tailed). Satisfaction scores were neither correlated with Antisocial Practices (ASP) nor with other MMP12 scales relevant for measuring antisocial/aggressive attitudes (Anger, Cynicism, Hypomania, and Ego Strength). These results suggest that clients' satisfaction scores are sometimes influenced by personality factors. This may be of im portance when measurements of client satisfaction are used for program development or evaluation.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1993-01-01
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