Latest Antisocial personality disorder Stories
A study by University of Iowa researchers confirms that pathological gambling runs in families and shows that first-degree relatives of pathological gamblers are eight times more likely to develop this problem in their lifetime than relatives of people without pathological gambling.
Boosting testosterone can promote generosity, but only when there is no threat of competition.
Texting about antisocial topics and behaviors can indicate the likelihood that an adolescent will take part in more rule-breaking, delinquent or aggressive behavior, according to new research published in the Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology.
Yoga can improve mood and mental well being among prisoners, an Oxford University study suggests, and may also have an effect on impulsive behavior.
It’s safe to say television has not always been seen as an appropriate companion for children. For many years, health officials and child development experts have warned parents about the dangers of placing their children in front of the television for several hours a day.
Many high school students work in addition to going to school, and some argue that employment is good for at-risk youths.
Scientists have scanned the brains of psychopaths and have discovered they are physically different than “normal” people. The difference lies in the gray matter in the areas of the brain closely related to emotion.
New research provides the strongest evidence to date that psychopathy is linked to specific structural abnormalities in the brain.
War, the aftermath of war, and political violence are harmful to children's and teens' mental health and well-being.
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