Disruptive Behavior Disorder
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This article reviews the literature from 1996 to 2007 to update the 1998 Brestan and Eyberg report on evidence-based psychosocial… Expand OBJECTIVE
Extensive work implicates abnormal amygdala activation in emotional facial expression processing in adults with callous… Expand Habitat loss has pervasive and disruptive impacts on biodiversity in habitat remnants. The magnitude of the ecological impacts of… Expand Christensen’s (1997) original theory focused on disruptive technologies. Over time, the same theory has been used to explain all… Expand In recent years the issue of supply chain risk has been pushed to the fore, initially by fears related to possible disruptions… Expand BACKGROUND
Given the growth of juvenile detainee populations, epidemiologic data on their psychiatric disorders are increasingly… Expand BACKGROUND
Persistent antisocial behavior in adulthood is often preceded by childhood-onset aggressive conduct disorder… Expand CONTEXT
A program of home visitation by nurses has been shown to affect the rates of maternal welfare dependence, criminality… Expand Data were collected on the point and lifetime prevalences, 1-year incidence, and comorbidity of depression with other disorders… Expand Ratings were collected on a rating scale comprised of the DSM-III-R diagnostic criteria for disruptive behavior disorders… Expand