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Psychology
Course Code
PSY4105
Professor
Maria Rogers

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Conduct Disorder Conceptualization: • No one thing clearly predicts it • Visual­spatial problems early on linked to conduct problems • Not shy or withdrawn • After 2 kids it increases the likelihood the later borns will have problems • Multiple risk factors need to be present, not just a few • Insecure attachment is a risk factor but only if they have these other risks Shane vs. Dima • Shane o 17 years old o Would punch holes in the door o Stealing from family o Dad wasn’t really home ­ working o Mother has alcohol and drug problem o Dad also has drug and alcohol problem o Kicked out of school for violence and destroying property o Threatened to stab dad o Hospitalized in psych ward o Putting them with troubled peers make problems worse o Needs multiple treatments for all the reasons it started  Involving school, parents, peers o When child is behaving bad, even criminally the parents still need to be advocate for the  child o Prevention programs when kids are young can be very helpful o Risk factors:  Alcohol  Authoritarian dad  Absent mom  Lower end of IQ • Dima (boy) o Kids adopted o 15 years old o Beat up kids at school and sisters at home o Put sisters head through window before o Does drugs o Threaten to kill people in his journal o Doesn’t live at home anymore – lives in residential school o Family divorc
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