dissocial


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dissocial

(dɪˈsəʊʃəl)
adj
another word for dissociable3
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The Court of Criminal Appeal in Edinburgh heard that psychiatrists now labelled his problem as an untreatable dissocial personality disorder.
Bevington Psychiatric reports revealed he suffers from a dissocial personality disorder and has problems with alcohol and cocaine use.
Brief screening instrument for emotionally unstable and dissocial personality disorder in mal offenders with intellectual disabilities, Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34: 546-553.
Ward, originally from Ireland and at the time an undiagnosed paranoid schizophrenic with a dissocial personality disorder, later told psychiatrists he had heard voices "screaming in his head" telling him to kill himself.
Studies have shown that putting dissocial kids together only makes them worse.
Between 30% and 67% of the children with a clinical diagnosis of ADHD meet the diagnostic criteria for oppositional/defiant disorder or dissocial disorder (Loeber, Burke, Lahey, Winters, & Zera, 2000; Rosello, Amado, & Bo, 2000).
Yet psychiatrist Dr Sue Smith told the court Mr Sweeney suffered from a dissocial personality disorder and had trouble accepting responsibility for his actions - often blaming other people for things that went wrong.