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Daniel, M.R.; Sadek, S.A.; Langdon, Peter E. (2018)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: BF

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ACM Ref: ComputingMilieux_MANAGEMENTOFCOMPUTINGANDINFORMATIONSYSTEMS, ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDSOCIETY
The aim of the current study was to revise an existing measure of distorted cognitions, creating the How I Think Questionnaire – Intellectual Disabilities (HIT-IDs), and to investigate the reliability and validity of the revised questionnaire. To achieve our aims, we recruited 97 men with intellectual disabilities (IDs), with or without a history of engaging in criminal behaviour, and interviewed them on two occasions, inviting them to complete the HIT-IDs, along with measures of moral development and empathy. The results indicated that the internal consistency of the HIT-IDs was acceptable, and the test-retest reliability was good. The HIT-IDs discriminated well between offenders and non-offenders, and as expected, correlated positively with a measure of moral development and negatively with a measure of empathy. The HIT-IDs is a reliable and valid measure for use with men who have IDs.

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