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A comparison of adults with antisocial personality traits with and without childhood conduct disorder
Background: Antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) in DSM-IV is unique among personality disorder diagnoses in requiring the individual to satisfy a number of childhood criteria in addition to relevant traits exhibited in ...
The relationship between childhood conduct disorder and adult antisocial behavior is partially mediated by early-onset alcohol abuse
Early-onset alcohol abuse (EOAA) was previously found to both mediate and moderate the effect of childhood conduct disorder (CD) on adult antisocial behavior (ASB) in an American community sample of young adults (Howard, ...