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Title: Bab 14 Study On Seriousness Of Addiction And Aggressive Behaviour Influenced
Authors: Suhaizak bin Ab. Wahab, Mohd Faizal bin Mat Yaacob
Rozana binti Arjo, Mohd Rizam bin Surani
Keywords: Keywords: Seriousness of Addiction and Aggressive Behaviour
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: ACREDA, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Abstract: Abstract: seriousness of addiction and aggressive behaviour is the key factor to predict the success of the inmates undergoing rehabilitation in the centre thus to prevent relapse after completing rehabilitation program. This study is to measure the level of seriousness of addiction and the level of aggressiveness for each study are using Drug Abuse Screening Test (DAST-20) and Aggressive Questionnaires (AQ). A total of 213 respondents from 4 drug rehabilitation centre in Peninsular Malaysia were chosen using random sampling. Data were analysing using descriptive analyses. Results demonstrated that majority of the respondents are in the moderate and severe addiction. Whereas as far as aggressive are concerned, majority of respondents are vulnerable for aggressive behavior. The result also demonstrated that seriousness of addiction are correlated with the aggressive behaviour of the inmates.
ISBN: 978 967 440 246 4
Appears in Collections:Proceeding Prevent 2015 (International Drug Prevention And Rehabilitation Conference)

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