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  • S J Shamsie
  • 1981
The dramatic increase in antisocial adolescent behaviour is shown through statistics outlining the increase in juvenile crime for Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom. This paper presents a review of evaluative studies of conventional treatments available for antisocial adolescents. Studies involving Case Work, Individual Psychotherapy,(More)
  • S J Shamsie
  • 1988
Planning of treatment in psychiatry does not receive the same careful attention that is given to formulation and diagnosis. Very often the choice of the format and the orientation of the treatment is determined by the personal preference of the therapist. It is suggested that proven effectiveness of the treatment for the condition presented by the patient(More)
  • S J Shamsie
  • 1985
Violence is looked at from ethological, biological and anthropological points of view. The family is examined to determine the roots of violence. Various prospective studies are reviewed to assess the role of temperament, social, familial and economic factors facilitating the development of antisocial and violent behaviour in the youth. There is also a look(More)
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