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shunning contact with others

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hostile to or disruptive of normal standards of social behavior

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Symptoms for depression and antisocial behavior were evaluated using the Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale, a self-reported survey, and a self-reported questionnaire on recent antisocial behaviors including theft, property damage, and selling drugs.
Why not try and tackle the antisocial behaviour than remove the bench?
And Richard Mitchell, the council's community protection manager, added: "We are fortunate in North Tyneside that antisocial behaviour is not widespread but, when it does happen, it can have a major impact on residents' lives.
The autonomy-supportive coaching style has been linked to prosocial behavior (Hodge & Lonsdale, 2011), whereas the controlling coaching style has been correlated with antisocial behavior (Hodge & Gucciardi, 2015).
Thus, other risk factors in the neighbourhood, such as violence, delinquency or a lack of resources, have shown significant direct relations with adolescent antisocial and criminal behaviour (Patchin, Huebner, McCluskey, Varano, & Bynum, 2006; Vanfossen, Brown, Kellam, Sokoloff, & Doering, 2010).
Each council is committed to working with local police to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour and this extra funding will help build on existing CCTV networks.
The yellow card warns that continued antisocial behaviour could result in a 48-hour ban from the city centre or even arrest.
Three riders were reported for either no insurance or driving licence offences, one motorbike was seized and nine Section 59 warnings were issued, warning riders that if they are seen riding again in an antisocial manner that their bikes will be seized and possibly crushed.
Oppositional-defiant tendencies and conduct problems positively predict several psychosocial impairments (Pardini and Fite 2010), and they may develop, if not properly treated, into more serious conditions such as Antisocial Personality Disorder and psychopathy (Frick and Viding 2009; Grove et al.
La conducta antisocial se define como una diversidad de actos que violan las normas sociales y los derechos de los demas (Kazdin y Buela, 2002); sin embargo, tal definicion es ambigua y frecuentemente se refiere a un amplio conjunto de conductas poco delimitadas.
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.
KOHAT -- Three proclaimed offenders, seventeen antisocial elements along with arms and drugs were held in a crackdown in the city on Friday.
POLICE and other organisations are working to tackle an increase in antisocial behaviour in Caernarfon.
The legal definition of antisocial behaviour in both England and NSW is broad, constantly requiring subjective evaluation (Ramsay, 2004; Millie, 2007:612-614).
POLICE in Handsworth Wood have secured a dispersal order to tackle antisocial behaviour.