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Synonyms for conduct

Synonyms for conduct

to control the course of (an activity)

to engage in (a war or campaign, for example)

to serve as a conduit

the manner in which one behaves

Synonyms for conduct

direct the course of

lead, as in the performance of a composition

transmit or serve as the medium for transmission

lead musicians in the performance of

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Add to that the fact that while students who are diagnosed as ADHD goon to receive medication, generally ritalin, dexedrine, or the newer adderall, students with a Conduct Disorder diagnosis generally go on to be labeled socially maladjusted and are subsequently placed in alternative educational settings that more closely resemble incarceration instead of education.
Most of the studies examining correlates of ASP disorder and conduct disorder have focused on either psychiatric or alcoholism treatment samples.
Probabilistic Perception, Empathy, and Dynamic Homeostasis: Insights in Autism Spectrum Disorders and Conduct Disorders.
Diagnostic classes ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) and Conduct Disorder (CD) are explained as disruptive behavior disorders.
The effects of including a callous-unemotional specifier for the diagnosis of conduct disorder.
25%) No problems 312(78%) Table 2: Prevalence of Psychiatric Disorders in the Study Population No Disorder 380(95%) Conduct Disorder 11(2.
71) Likewise, Life Course Persistence models propose that early conduct disorder constitutes a vital link in the series of developmental events that can lead to severe adult antisocial behavior.
Fifty-two percent were diagnosed with Conduct Disorder, 45% with oppositional defiant disorder, and 51% were diagnosed with PTSD (Jennings, et al, 2013).
For example, a multisite, longitudinal study with a diverse sample of almost 1200 children with conduct disorder determined that these youth accrued an average of seventy thousand dollars more in public expenditures from age 7 to 13 than children with no disorders (Foster & Jones, 2005).
He added: "The cost of not treating a 10-year-old with a conduct disorder for the next eight years, over the rest of their childhood, is in the PS80,000 to PS100,000 range.
Psychiatrists define conduct disorder as an extreme situation when a child seriously misbehaves with aggressive or non-aggressive behaviour against people, animals or property that may be characterised as belligerent, destructive, threatening, physically cruel, deceitful, disobedient or dishonest.
After which, each chapter focuses on a patient and the presentation of some symptom or issue, such as: panic disorder, chronic depression, social phobia, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, conduct disorder, bulimia, anorexia, and dependent personality disorder.
Conduct disorder is defined as a pattern of behavioural problems that includes aggression towards people and animals, destruction of property, deceitfulness or theft, and serious rule-breaking.
These findings indicate that callous-unemotional traits should factor into the definition of a particularly virulent form of childhood conduct disorder in the next manual of psychiatric disorders, said study leader Nathalie Fontaine of Indiana University in Bloomington.