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Anxiety, Attachment and Guilt: Predicting Criminal Behavior in Female Students in Sindh

Waheed A. Abbasi

Abstract
Antisocial or criminal tendencies have been identified in female students through
Psychopathy Checklist-Revised and in order to find anxiety, attachment and guilt; concerned
scales have been used. According to the study results, anxiety and guilt have been measured
as high, where as attachment with parents and peers is also high, which is positive sign in
female students in Sindh, Pakistan.

Keywords: Criminal behavior, anxiety, attachment, guilt, psychopathy, female students