ASPD


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AcronymDefinition
ASPDAttack Speed (gaming slang)
ASPDAnti-Social Personality Disorder
ASPDAltamonte Springs Police Department (Altamonte, FL, USA)
ASPDAssociation of Specialist Providers to Dentists (UK)
ASPDAssistant State Public Defender
ASPDAEGIS Ship Program Directive
ASPDAttention-Seeking Personality Disorder
ASPDAir Speef (flight planning)
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With the continued effort of de-stigmatisation associated with psychiatry and increased media sensitivity regarding exploration of criminal behaviour especially among juveniles from the perspective of prevention rather than just incarceration, more cases are being brought for psychiatric evaluation thereby increasing the overall diagnosis of ASPD.
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As previously noted Lack of Remorse, an ASPD symptom, and CU trait, a psychopathic dimension, can be interpreted as being the same.
In addition, as expected participants diagnosed with ASPD, which is considered a risk factor for developing substance-related disorders (Babor et al.
Much of the research on ASPD treatment has been concentrated on the basic question of treatment efficacy: Are there any psychosocial interventions that can reliably remediate core antisocial characteristics or reduce recidivism?
Debemos resaltar, en ese sentido, algunas analogias que pueden observarse entre el ASPD y la interpretacion hermeneutica, al basarse ambas en una logica comprensiva, intersubjetiva, parcial, historica y accesible mediante la palabra, de los textos.
The relationship between ASPD and criminal conviction was reconfirmed in another large-scale review undertaken by Fazel and Danesh in 2002.
The diagnostic criteria of SMIs are primarily symptom constellations, whereas the criteria for ASPD are notable for the predominance of behaviors not clearly caused by a particular symptom.
One of the reported complications of ASPD is the use of alcohol, sedatives, hypnotic agents or stimulants to treat insomnia and sleepiness symptoms, which can lead to abuse of these substances.
Comorbid personality disorders have been systematically examined less frequently, with the exception of ASPD (Bauer and Hesselbrock 1999; Ceballos et al.
In contrast, patients with ASPD had double the risk for relapse with positive (HR 1.