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University of Virgnina
Symptoms of conduct disorder might include some of the following. Check them out here, and find a brief introduction to treatment options for conduct disorder.
Teens With Problems
Oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder can be hard to distinguish. Find out similarities and differences between the two disorders.
Mental Health America
Recent research on conduct disorder has been very promising. Find out what new studies are saying about causes and treatment here.
Treating conduct disorder can be difficult and time consuming. Read about some promising treatments that might give you and your child hope.
This in-depth article includes the DSM-IV criteria for clinically diagnosed conduct disorder. Find out about co-occurring disorders and common interventions.
If your child displays three or more of the following symptoms, then he or she might be at risk for conduct disorder. See what constitutes a conduct disorder here.
ODD is a less severe case of conduct disorder. Find out more about ODD, including common symptoms, causes and treatment options
ADD ADHA Advances
Does your child have conduct disorder? Take this quick screening test to find out, and learn how to get help.
New York Presbyterian Hospital
Learn about conduct disorder relapse, and find some helpful ways to cope with your conduct disorder in this brief overview of the disorder.
The causes of disruptive behavior disorders are unknown, but researchers have found that a child's family life is a strong risk factor. Find out more here.
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This comprehensive site relates research to causal factors associated with conduct disorder, as well as co-occurring disorders.
LP Children's Hosp.
Find out who is affected by conduct disorder and some common causes. Also, get a brief overview of treatment options.
The exact cause of conduct disorder is not known, but it is believed that a combination of biological, genetic, environmental and social factors play a role.
This clinician believes that conduct disorder can't be accurately diagnosed using the DSM-IV criteria. Watch him talk about his reasoning here.
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