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(Antisocial disorder)
11,239 results
  • Witnessing violence in early secondary school predicts subsequent student impairment. [Journal Article]
  • JEJ Epidemiol Community Health 2018 Sep 16
  • Janosz M, Brière FN, … Pagani LS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Almost all students witnessed school violence, which predicted impairment. Witnessing violence was associated with risk of subsequent adjustment problems 2 years later. Directly experienced victimisation showed a comparable magnitude of risk. This suggests that when it comes to symptoms of conduct disorder, witnessing violence might have the same impact as experiencing it directly. Witnessing earlier covert and major violence predicted social impairment whereas minor violence predicted psychological and academic impairment.
  • 20-year outcomes in adolescents who self-harm: a population-based cohort study. [Journal Article]
  • LCLancet Child Adolesc Health 2017; 1(3):195-202
  • Borschmann R, Becker D, … Patton GC
  • CONCLUSIONS: Adolescents who self-harm are more likely to experience a wide range of psychosocial problems later in life. With the notable exception of heavy cannabis use, these problems appear to be largely accounted for by concurrent adolescent mental health disorders and substance use. Complex interventions addressing the domains of mental state, behaviour, and substance use are likely to be most successful in helping this susceptible group adjust to adult life.
  • Prescription of potentially inappropriate psychotropic drugs in homeless people with schizophrenia and bipolar disorders. Results from the French Housing First (FHF) program. [Journal Article]
  • PNProg Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry 2018 Aug 25; 89:84-89
  • Fond G, Tinland A, … French Housing First Study Group
  • CONCLUSIONS: The present findings suggest that almost 9 on 10 HSB subjects may receive a PIP including inappropriate prescriptions or absence of appropriate prescription. Bipolar disorder and/or major depression should be targeted in priority and treated with mood stabilizers and/or antidepressants in this population, while anxiolytics and hypnotics should be withdrawn as much as possible. Major depression should be particularly explored in subjects with comorbid antisocial personality disorder and substance use disorder. The psychiatric care has been associated with better appropriate psychotropic prescriptions and should be reinforced in this population.
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