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Rom J Leg Med30(1)35-38(2022)
DOI:10.4323/rjlm.2022.35
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TEMPERAMENTS AND RISK OF VIOLENCE IN THE MEDICO-LEGAL PSYCHIATRIC EXAMINATION

A. Scripcaru, C. Scripcaru, D. B. Iliescu, V. T. Iacob


Abstract: Personality is a unitary, individual, and stable characteristic of the person. It evolves with the person and the environment around it and presents individual characteristics to each person, which dictates how to adapt in life. With the help of this quality – personality – the person can cope with the events that occur in his life by both mental and physical adaptation, adopting goals, reflections, relationships, attitudes, roles, behaviors. Personality has in its composition the following: character, motivation, temperament, will, self-assessment and skills. Each temperament has its well-defined characteristics, has positive and negative aspects. None of the personalities can be found in full in a person, in general there are mixes or a predominant type of temperament and qualities from another/other temperament/temperaments.
The association of each personality type with a higher or lesser degree of violence and social danger is one of the concerns of forensic medicine, sometimes constituting a predictive factor in combating antisocial acts.
Keywords: personality, temperament, social danger, violence.



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