A follow-up study of adolescents with conduct disorder: can long-term outcome be predicted from psychiatric assessment data?

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This study examines Swedish young adults (mean age 21) with a history of conduct disorder (CD) as adolescents. Using medical records, this study explores the relationship between adolescent inpatients and their outcomes in adulthood. Two outcome variables were used: an indication of non-successful outcome variable (seven undesirable outcomes) and sense of… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/08039480801960321

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@article{Olsson2008AFS, title={A follow-up study of adolescents with conduct disorder: can long-term outcome be predicted from psychiatric assessment data?}, author={Martin L. Olsson and Kjell Hansson and Marianne Cederblad}, journal={Nordic journal of psychiatry}, year={2008}, volume={62 2}, pages={121-9} }