[Dis-social personality disorder].

Abstract

Deviant behavior is gaining in clinical importance if it is founded on stable, characteristic, and enduring patterns of psychopathologically relevant personality traits which have their onset in childhood or adolescence. The classification of these traits shows variations, so that a distinction between the ICD-10 diagnosis of dis-social personality disorder… (More)

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@article{Habermeyer2006DissocialPD, title={[Dis-social personality disorder].}, author={Elmar Habermeyer and Stephan Herpertz}, journal={Der Nervenarzt}, year={2006}, volume={77 5}, pages={605-15; quiz 616} }