Relationship between victimization and substance use treatment motivation in a jail-based sample: the role of adult attachment and peer support

The current study investigated the impact of victimization on substance use treatment motivation and the potential role of adult attachment and peer support, with a sample of 149 justice-involved individuals participating in a jail-based substance treatment program. Results of mediation analyses ind...

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Published in:Psychology, crime & law
Main Author: Yang, Yang (Author)
Contributors: Perkins, D. Rick (Author)
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
Published: 2018
In:Psychology, crime & law
Year: 2018, Volume: 24, Issue: 8, Pages: 831-850
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