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How is conduct disorder related to anti-social personality disorder?
9 doctors weighed in

Dr. Pamela Pappas
Psychiatry
4 doctors agree
In brief: Conduct Disorder
Conduct disorder occurs in childhood and adolescence.
It involves long-term (chronic) behavior problems like defiant, impulsive behavior; drug use; truancy before age 13; and criminal activity. It can be associated w/addiction in the parents, child abuse, family conflict, poverty, etc. Untreated or treated unsuccessfully, kids with this may go on to develop antisocial pd after age 18.

In brief: Conduct Disorder
Conduct disorder occurs in childhood and adolescence.
It involves long-term (chronic) behavior problems like defiant, impulsive behavior; drug use; truancy before age 13; and criminal activity. It can be associated w/addiction in the parents, child abuse, family conflict, poverty, etc. Untreated or treated unsuccessfully, kids with this may go on to develop antisocial pd after age 18.
Dr. Pamela Pappas
Dr. Pamela Pappas
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Dr. Muhammad Munir
Psychiatry
4 doctors agree
In brief: Personality Disorder
Conduct disorder if not treated properly in early childhood and teenage years can lead to be a personality disorder anti-social pd.
There are various contributors to affect the temperament leading to such a personality disorder.

In brief: Personality Disorder
Conduct disorder if not treated properly in early childhood and teenage years can lead to be a personality disorder anti-social pd.
There are various contributors to affect the temperament leading to such a personality disorder.
Dr. Muhammad Munir
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Dr. Alan Ali
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: ODD
Majority have history of poor impulse control & inattention, go on to develop oppositional defiant behaviors, and especially in boys, can develop antisocial acts.

In brief: ODD
Majority have history of poor impulse control & inattention, go on to develop oppositional defiant behaviors, and especially in boys, can develop antisocial acts.
Dr. Alan Ali
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Dr. Catherine Spitz
Clinical Psychology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: One than the other
A child is typically given the diagnosis of conduct disorder while under the age of 18.
Once older, those with conduct disorder typically (not always) progress to the diagnosis of antisocial personality disorder.

In brief: One than the other
A child is typically given the diagnosis of conduct disorder while under the age of 18.
Once older, those with conduct disorder typically (not always) progress to the diagnosis of antisocial personality disorder.
Dr. Catherine Spitz
Dr. Catherine Spitz
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