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People with antisocial personality disorder tend to antagonize, manipulate or treat others harshly or with callous indifference," the (http://www.
Antisocial personality disorder was, and still remains, the most prevalent--often immensely popular--Axis II category, particularly in mainstream fare featuring sociopathic characters who relish mayhem and murder ("The Talented Mr.
His psychiatric history includes generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) and antisocial personality disorder and his family history is significant for alcohol dependence.
The author then presents a framework of three subtypes of addicts: addicts who fit the classic disease model of addiction, those with antisocial personality disorder, and the understudied group known as functional addicts.
Early identification of individuals at risk for antisocial personality disorder.
Antisocial personality disorder, an official psychiatric ailment, is a diagnosis applied to people who commit a broad range of aggressive and criminal acts.
The court heard he was left with a serious antisocial personality disorder after being left chained to a wall for eight hours a day by his father when he was a child.
The men diagnosed with ADHD as boys also had significantly greater rates of agoraphobia, social phobia, multiple anxiety disorder, conduct disorder, antisocial personality disorder, drug abuse, and smoking and significantly lower IQ scores and poorer academic performance, compared with controls.
They found evidence for a genetically transmitted p athway leading from antisocial personality disorder and drug use disorders in the biological parent to CD in the offspring and, subsequently, drug use disorders and antisocial personality disorder in the offspring.
The term sociopath or antisocial personality disorder is a clinical diagnosis used by mental health professionals.
In a similar observation, an institution's deputy chief psychologist estimated 50 percent of that institution's inmates had Antisocial Personality Disorder.
Psychopathy's definition is distinguished from that of antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) by its emphasis on intrapsychic and interpersonal elements of personality style, rather than on the observable behaviors stipulated by most of the ASPD diagnostic criteria.