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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Malingering may be comorbid with alcohol and substance abuse, factitious disorder such as Ganser and Munchausen Syndromes, conversion disorder and especially antisocial personality disorder (13).
2011) reports that adolescent and adult males with antisocial personality disorder are consistently identified by low agreeableness, low conscientiousness, and to a lesser extent high neuroticism.
One of the challenges in working with such clients is a coexisting diagnosis of Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD; American Psychiatric Association, 2013).
Accordingly, the central question in this research is whether people with antisocial personality disorder executive functions in normal people are different?
Antisocial personality disorder, pathological gambling, and substance use disorders are highly comorbid.
8221; Oberfest stated, “By the time that motion is filed and responded by the Circuit Court a client could have committed suicide due to a condition linked to criminality such as antisocial personality disorder, impulse contr ol disorders which are linked to criminal behaviors where as effective preparation might have prepared them to cope with prison if their case were denied.
Bullies were also at increased risk for antisocial personality disorder.
Goddard suffered from an antisocial personality disorder, but not a mental disease or defect, when the shootings took place.
Those who are diagnosed with full-blown antisocial personality disorder can be very disruptive of treatment, and it might be best to deal with them in a totally separate program in a different location.
Louisiana, (8) the Supreme Court drew a seemingly clear line in ruling that an insanity acquittee, with only antisocial personality disorder and no other active mental health diagnosis, despite remaining dangerous, could not be retained in a psychiatric hospital.
Psychopathy is related to, but distinct from, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders' (DSM-1V) diagnosis of antisocial personality disorder.
This clinical guideline has been developed by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), an independent advisory and regulatory body, to advise on the treatment and management of antisocial personality disorder.
In addition, 54 percent of offenders with ADHD, versus 30 percent of offenders without ADHD, met criteria for antisocial personality disorder, and 52 percent of offenders with ADHD, versus 23 percent of those without ADHD, met criteria for borderline personality disorder.
Antisocial personality disorder, which is clearly associated with criminal behavior and a lack of remorse.
For instance, the National Comorbidity Survey found that the odds of developing alcohol or drug dependence increased five-fold in the presence of conduct disorder without adult antisocial disorder and 10 to 14-fold if only adult antisocial personality disorder or both conduct and antisocial disorder were present (6).