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Which abbreviations are commonly used for antisocial personality disorder?

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Dr. Kevin Passer
Pediatrics - Psychiatry
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In brief: ASP

I have seen asp, if that is what you are asking? Abbreviations? Antisocial personality disorder is found in the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders and is considered an axis ii diagnosis.

In brief: ASP

I have seen asp, if that is what you are asking? Abbreviations? Antisocial personality disorder is found in the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders and is considered an axis ii diagnosis.
Dr. Kevin Passer
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Dr. Shamshad Haroon
Psychiatry
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In brief: Sociopath conduct di

In childhood it is called conduct disorder .
It is present when parents use drugs or alcohal during or before the conception of a child leading to low serotonin in the brain in first three 3 months leads to conduct disorder which may menifest as bed wetting fire setting cruelty to animals and no empathy which are all serotonin markers and develop into antisocial personality adults and fill up jail.

In brief: Sociopath conduct di

In childhood it is called conduct disorder .
It is present when parents use drugs or alcohal during or before the conception of a child leading to low serotonin in the brain in first three 3 months leads to conduct disorder which may menifest as bed wetting fire setting cruelty to animals and no empathy which are all serotonin markers and develop into antisocial personality adults and fill up jail.
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Dr. Andrew Berry
Clinical Psychology

In brief: Interchangable

Essentially the terms are interchangeable, with neither really being worse than the other. The full, true clinical term is antisocial personality disorder, (ASPD) the hallmark of which is for the most part, a person who has no conscience.
This person is predatory, opportunistic, cold, objectifies those around him/her, and is only out for themselves.

In brief: Interchangable

Essentially the terms are interchangeable, with neither really being worse than the other. The full, true clinical term is antisocial personality disorder, (ASPD) the hallmark of which is for the most part, a person who has no conscience.
This person is predatory, opportunistic, cold, objectifies those around him/her, and is only out for themselves.
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