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dissocial

(dɪˈsəʊʃəl)
adj
another word for dissociable3
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A psychiatric report said he had a mixed personality disorder with narcissistic, dependent and dissocial traits.
One psychiatrist considered he had "characteristics consistent with a dissocial personality disorder" - that there were abnormalities between his behaviour and social norms, with a low tolerance to frustration, the use of aggression and a lack of concern for the safety of others.
About a third of the group had a triple diagnosis of psychosis, dependence on multiple substances, and dissocial personality disorder (which is comparable to antisocial personality disorder in the DSM-5).
Although none of the major proponents of the concept of minimal-self dysfunction have linked this notion to dissociative processes it could well be argued that this dysfunction may fairly be defined in terms of a dissocial ion of the minimal sense of self from perceptual, ideational, and emotional acts.
Starting from this classification into two groups of consumers, in a later study (Grana, Munoz & Navas, 2009) the differences between the variables and personality disorders were examined; the results showed that, while the functioning users scored significantly higher in extroversion and cordiality, the chronic users had higher scores in schizoid and dissocial PDs.
The jury was told Almahri showed symptoms of dissocial personality disorder but there was disagreement on whether he suffered from a condition such as psychosis or schizophrenia.
A psychiatrist's report said he had a dissocial personality disorder and a mild learning disability.
A thorough understanding of multi-factoral and multi-dimensional aspects of socialization, within the framework of which both pro-social and antisocial types of the interaction between the individual and the society are possible, has become a foundation for identifying and describing the phenomenon called dissocial education, which is carried out in countercultural organizations and influences the individual in a dissocializing way.
According to ICD-10, diagnostic criteria for Dissocial personality disorder are the following:
ICD-10 has anankastic anxious and dissocial instead of obsessive compulsive avoidant and antisocial personality disorders respectively.
Dissocial behavior the 5-HTTLPR polymorphism and maltreatment in women with bulimic syndromes.