Summary: Disorders Of Childhood: Development And Psychopathology | 9781337098113 | Robin Hornik Parritz, et al

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  • 4 Externalizing Disorders

  • 4.2 ODD, CD & ASPD

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  • What are typical aspects of ODD, CD & ASPD?

    • Involve problems in the self-control of emotions & behaviors
    • Violate the rights of others
    • Bring the individual into significant conflict with societal norms or authority figures  
  • What are the 2 groups of people that exhibit anti-social behavior?

    1. The Adolescence Limited (AL) group = those who only show antisocial behavior during the “normative peak”
    2. The Life-Course Persistent (LCP) group = those who show antisocial behavior during their entire life 
  • What is typical for the Life-Course Persistant group that exhibits anti-social behavior?

    They show antisocial behavior during their entire lifetime
  • What type of antisocial behavior is both destructive and covert?

    Property violations, like vandalism and theft
  • What type of antisocial behavior is both destructive and overt?

    Physical agression, like bullying, fighting and assault
  • What type of antisocial behavior is both nondestructive and covert?

    Status violations, like rule breaking, truancy and substance use
  • What type of antisocial behavior is both nondestructive and overt?

    Oppositional behavior, like temper tantrums, angry, touchy and argumentative
  • What does the developmental course of antisocial behavior look like?

    Cascade of behaviors: one adding onto the other
  • What are two aspects of the developmental course of antisocial disorders?

    • Diversification: addition of new behavior problems
    • Aggression 
  • What are the three pathways in the developmental course of antisocial disorders?

    • Overt pathway
    • Covert pathway
    • Authority conflict pathway

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