antisocial personality disorder

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Synonyms for antisocial personality disorder

a personality disorder characterized by amorality and lack of affect

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Clinically, ASPD is associated with consistent disregard for social norms, emotions and rights of others.
14) Sanuto 30: 55, 69, 76-77; ASPd, Estimo 1518, busta 126, fol.
Lack of remorse has been described as one of the central symptoms that clinicians and researchers need to be aware of when looking for psychopathy, another type of PD close and generally confused with ASPD and antisocial behavior (Cooke and Michie, 2001).
On the other hand, this score was significantly greater for those participants diagnosed with ASPD (80.
Psychosocial interventions have generally been considered ineffective for individuals with ASPD.
De modo tal que podemos decir que el ASPD se emparenta con la tradicion hermeneutica de la Europa continental, al compartir el rechazo a la posibilidad de alcanzar una explicacion causal, determinista, predictiva, puramente objetiva y puramente universal del conocimiento.
Cluster B personality disorders, including ASPD, are associated with an increased risk of early institutional care, criminal conviction, and imprisonment.
This is perhaps more true of ASPD than of any of the other personality disorders.
2009 [N = 124]) found that ACT appeared to be more effective than the clinical case management approach for clients with CODs and antisocial personality disorder (ASPD), whereas ACT and the clinical case management approach created similar treatment outcomes for dually disordered clients without ASPD.
According to the DSM IV-TR, ASPD is characterized by a pervasive disregard for, and violation of, other people's rights.
Substance abuse patterns and their association with psychopathology and type of hostility in make patients with BPD and ASPD.
Eric Altschuler writes in the Archives of General Psychiatry that the Old Testament strongman displayed many of the behavioral criteria for ASPD, including "fire setting, cruelty to small animals, bullying, initiating physical fights, using a weapon (jawbone of ass), and stealing from a victim.
The mechanism of the ASPD is unclear, although genetic and environmental factors are known to be involved.
Further, people with ASPD appear to be at greater risk for severe AUDs (i.