antisocial


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Wikipedia.
Related to antisocial: antisocial personality disorder, asocial, introvert, Antisocial behavior, Social anxiety
  • adj

Synonyms for antisocial

Synonyms for antisocial

shunning contact with others

Related Words

hostile to or disruptive of normal standards of social behavior

Synonyms

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
Study lead author Doctor Stephane De Brito said: "We know that severe behavioural problems in youths are not only predictive of antisocial and aggressive behaviour in adulthood, but also substance misuse, mental health problems and poor physical health.
The proposed by-laws, which would prohibit swimming, fishing, and camping in the area, would be enforced where people persist with antisocial behaviour and are not willing to stop at the request of the council or police, the Vale Council said.
The findings suggest that difficulties in recognising emotions could be a factor that increases a child s risk of developing conduct disorder - a condition characterised by pathological aggression and antisocial behaviour.
There will be another PS800 for tackling truancy, crime and antisocial behaviour - or for getting an unemployed adult in the family back to work.
Working together to tackle antisocial behaviour head-on and provide a solution to the needs of local youngsters, a project is now underway to clean up the area and to re-surface and re-fence a football pitch.
Antisocial behaviour is a deliberately vague concept (Brown, 2004).
It comes as new figures reveal reports of antisocial behaviour in the Cleveland force area are up on last year.
University of Texas at Dallas researchers reported a correlation between the frequency with which adolescents text about antisocial behaviours and the likelihood that they will engage in them.
The Antisocial Behaviour Bill has plans for a Community Trigger power that would allow people to demand police action on yobs.
So programs need to identify clients with the heaviest antisocial characteristics and use different tools or maybe even create a separate track for them.
The responses to these six items were then summed into a score for antisocial behavior.
One genetic variation may protect abused boys from converting their stressful experiences into antisocial behavior toward others.
Due to the co-occurrence of externalizing behaviors and academic deficits, children with or at-risk for antisocial behavior are among the most difficult children to teach.
KAUI, HAWAN -- Preschoolers at genetic risk for antisocial behavior may benefit from family-based preventive intervention, Dr.
Moreover, many efforts to prevent delinquency consist of targeting youth who manifest aggressive and antisocial behavior (Wasserman & Miller, 1998).