Conduct disorders in childhood and adolescence

Stephen Scott

Introduction

Relation.t.o ...other, „disorders Socialproblem.or medical.diag.n.o.sis,?

C.iinicai.fea.tures

Change, .in,..,cl,in,ic,a,l ..features., .with..,age

Gender differences Pattern. and. setting persistence Impact

Classification Differential., diagnosis

Multiaxial, assessment

Epidemiology preyalenceaccordjng, ,to..age

PreschGol..children

Adolescents

Early-onset, yers.u.s, ..adolescent-onset, patterns

Adoileiscenit..oniset

Historical, ,tre,n.d.s sex.d.ifferences

Social.class

Geographical., location

Aetiology

Genes and environment Family environment

Parent-child., .interaction, ..patterns

Parenting, .practices Psychiatric..disorder..in., parents

Criminality ..of.,the...father Physical., .and .sexual ..abuse Obstetríccomplications

Environment ..beyond .the., .family

School

Peerinfluences

Alcohol, ..anddrugs Neighbourhood

Child.., characteristics

Temperament, .and..personaljty Thinking.style

Physiological, characteristics

Adult.outcome

Pathways Evidence

Parentingskjlls

Family, functioning ChNdinterpersonal.skills

Difficulties, .atschool

Peer, .group.influences

M®d.icatJ,o„n.„fsLC£ex.i„stsnLhyps.ra.sí!yity

Management Opportunitiesfor, prevention Conclusions Chapter., References

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