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Neurobiologische Korrelate der Verarbeitung von Feedback bei antisozialer Persönlichkeitsstörung (Neurobiological correlates of feedback processing in antisocial personality disorder)
Objective: To investigate the neuronal mechanisms of reward in individuals with antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRl) and their modulation following a serotonergic ...
Psychological interventions for antisocial personality disorder
Background Antisocial personality disorder (AsPD) is associated with a wide range of disturbance including persistent rule-breaking, criminality, substance use, unemployment, homelessness and relationship difficulties. ...
Adult antisocial syndrome with comorbid borderline pathology: Association with severe childhood conduct disorder
Background: This study tested the hypothesis that adult antisocial syndrome co-concurrent with borderline personality disorder (AAS+BPD) would be associated with greater conduct disorder (CD) severity than AAS alone. ...
Developing a national institute of clinical excellence and health guideline for antisocial personality disorder
Antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) is a common disorder with a prevalence rate in the general population of around 1%, which means that it is as prevalent as other major psychiatric conditions such as schizophrenia and ...
Antisocial personality disorder comorbid with borderline pathology and psychopathy is associated with severe violence in a forensic sample
Background: Evidence suggests the relationship between personality disorder (PD) and violence in offenders might be clarified by considering subgroups of PD offenders defined by patterns of PD comorbidity. Aim: to identify ...
Antisocial personality co-morbid with borderline personality disorder: A pathological expression of androgyny?
This article discusses the concept of psychological androgyny refers to the co-occurrence in the same individual, regardless of his or her biological sex, of a comparable degree of socially desirable masculine and feminine ...
Antiepileptics for aggression and associated impulsivity
Background: Aggression is a major public health issue and is integral to several mental health disorders. Antiepileptic drugs may reduce aggression by acting on the central nervous system to reduce neuronal hyper-excitability ...