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Table 1 Summary of papers reviewed

From: A systematic review on the relationship between antisocial, borderline and narcissistic personality disorder diagnostic traits and risk of violence to others in a clinical and forensic sample

  Authors Sample size (N) Trait(s) identified Violence definition
1 Ullrich et al. [44]). 1136 grandiose Serious violence defined as: (1) Batteries resulting in physical injury the use of a weapon. (2) Sexual assaults. (3) Threats made with a weapon.
2 Fisher and Hall [18]. 120 sense of entitlement Type of violence not specified.
3 Warren and South [49]. 250 all Violence defined as: capital murder, homicide, second degree murder, accomplice to murder, attempted homicide, manslaughter, abduction, assault, malicious wounding, felony assault, hurling missile, simple assault, abuse and cruelty, child abuse.
4 Lawson and Brossart [31]. 132 avoid abandonment Mild physical aggression (e.g., control physically, “push, grab) and severe physical aggression (e.g., choked, strangled, or beat up).
5 Goldenson et al. [22]). 65 unstable relationships Type of violence not specified.
6 Seidel et al. [41]). 60 lack of empathy Type of violence not specified.
7 Shorey et al. [42]). 80 anger Domestic violence defined as: offenses ranging from assault and battery, stalking, harassment, and violation of orders of protection.
8 Scott et al. [40]. 150 affective instability Psychological Aggression defined as: Yelling, verbal insults) and Physical Assault defined as: shoving, slapping.
9 Mauricio et al. [34]. 192 anger Psychological Violence defined as: Emotional/verbal abuse (withholding emotional support, verbal attacks, and humiliation). Physical abuse not defined.
10 Fossati et al. [19]). 461 aggressiveness Type of violence not specified but aggression divided into: Physical, verbal, anger; and hostility.
11 Day et al. [9]). 45 lack of empathy Type of violence not specified.
12 Cunha and Gonçalves [7]. 187 paranoid ideation Type of violence not specified.
13 James and Seager [27]. 40 impulsivity Type of violence not specified.
14 Warren et al. [48]). 261 recklessness Violence defined as: capital murder, homicide, second degree murder, accomplice to murder, attempted homicide, manslaughter, abduction, assault, malicious wounding, felony assault, hurling missile, simple assault, abuse and cruelty, child abuse.