Early teen sex may not be a path to delinquency, study shows
... early teen sex to later drug use, criminality, antisocial
behavior and emotional problems. The finding also ... that early sex seems to forecast less antisocial
behavior a few years later, rather than more, ... relationships encourage pro-social instead of antisocial
behavior, said Hardens advisor and co-author, ...
Glucose metabolism and recidivism of severe violent crimes in alcohol intoxications
... glucose metabolism predicts forthcoming violent offending among antisocial
violent offender males in a prospective 8-year follow-up study. "Usually, ... using the insulin clamp / calorimetry method among 49 impulsive, violent, antisocial
male offenders during a forensic psychiatric examination. Those 17 ...
For adolescent crime victims, genetic factors play lead role
... and delinquents, particularly violent ones, tend to associate with antisocial
peers, I had reasons to suspect that genetic factors could influence the ... through behaviors," Beaver said. "The same genetic factors that promote antisocial
behavior may also promote victimization, because adolescents who engage in ...
Rutgers researcher's study cites media violence as 'critical risk factor' for aggression
... links between media violence and actual engagement in serious violent and antisocial
behavior, explains Boxer.
What's more, many studies did not ... and as a teen, and questioned to determine if they had engaged in specific antisocial
behaviors, such as throwing rocks or using a weapon.
Interviewers also ...
Cascading effect of even minor early problems may explain serious teen violence
... lead author. "Successful early intervention could redirect paths of antisocial
development to prevent serious violent behavior in adolescence."
Dodge ... caution that their model should not be used to conclude that an antisocial
5-year-old is destined to be a violent teenager, noting that while the ...
Early Sexual Activity May Curb Teen Delinquency
... that early sexual activity is associated with later drug use, criminality, antisocial
behavior, and emotional problems. For example, two studies published ... surprising finding, particularly that early sex seems to forecast less antisocial
behavior a few years later, rather than more," lead researcher Kathryn ...
A Lesson for Parents: Arguing in Front of Your Teens Has Lasting Impact, Researchers Find
... arguments at age 15, compared with their peers, had an elevated risk of major depression, alcohol abuse/dependence, drug dependence, and adult antisocial
behaviors at age 30. These participants also had a twofold risk for being unemployed as adults.
The study, lead-authored by co-investigator Dr. ...
Impulsive Kindergartners May Turn to Gambling
... time they reach sixth grade, a Canadian study suggests.
Impulsiveness can lead to many problems, such as dropping out of school, substance abuse, antisocial
behavior and unemployment, and now gambling has been added to the list, the researchers said.
"There is something that's an underlying factor for ...
Thrill-Seekers' Brains May Be Wired Differently
... issue of Psychological Science , could indicate the way by which sensation-seeking can result in negative behaviors, such as substance abuse and antisocial
conduct, the researchers said.
"Individuals high in sensation-seeking not only are strongly activated by exciting, thrilling and potentially ...
Stronger effort needed to prevent mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders in young people
... as well as rates of suicidal thoughts and attempts. And it significantly reduces the likelihood that highly aggressive boys will be diagnosed with antisocial
personality disorder as adults. Research has shown that programs that focus on enhancing social and emotional skills can also improve students' ...
Smoking during pregnancy fosters aggression in children
... whose familial income is lower than $40,000 per year. Another risk factor for aggressive behaviour in offspring was smoking mothers with a history of antisocial
behaviour: run-ins with the law, high school drop-outs and illegal drug use.
Psychiatry professor and researcher Jean Sguin, of the Universit de ...
National rates of co-occurring substance use and mental disorders call for better service integration
... models for clients," says Dr. Rush. "We also found that across all levels of care, having a co-occurring disorder was strongly associated with antisocial
and challenging behaviour, legal involvement, and risk of suicide or self-harm."
In the second study, Prevalence of Co-occurring Substance Use ...
New Site DrNorm.com Offers Hope and Healing to Parents of 'Difficult' Children During Holiday Season & Beyond
... program that's not another band-aid -- it's a real solution.'"
Whether children suffer from recognized behavioral deficits like ADD, ADHD, antisocial
conduct disorder or more elusive obstacles including compulsive lying, stubbornness, and selfishness, Dr. Hoffman offers a step-by-step program from ...
Alcohol sponsorship linked to hazardous drinking in sportspeople
... is particularly harmful. It is common among sportspeople and is associated with other risky behaviour, such as drink-driving, unprotected sex and antisocial
A growing body of research has detailed the drinking behaviour of sportspeople, including peer pressure and the increased ...
Moms-to-Be Who Quit Smoking Boost Chances for 'Easygoing' Child
... noted that previous research in animals showed that nicotine is a behavioral toxin and that having a difficult temperament can be a forerunner of antisocial
Pregnant women who smoke not only expose their unborn babies to harmful chemicals that could affect their development, but these mothers ...
Drug use trends affect risk of marijuana in deviance prone boys, but not girls
Parents and teachers need to be aware that historically, even those teens that use marijuana occasionally have been more likely to show antisocial
or risky behavior. Also it appears that adolescents social rejection of marijuana use has been a powerful drug-use deterrent. Therefore, to prevent ...
Children who have an active father figure have fewer psychological and behavioral problems
... policies can make a major contribution to society in the long run, by producing well-adjusted children and reducing major problems like crime and antisocial
Is there a developmental component to the risk for depression?
... systems in psychiatry considered the nature of symptoms of depression and anxiety over time; however research into trajectories of alcohol abuse and antisocial
behaviour shows that accounting for symptoms over time may help in better understanding causes and outcomes of these disorders. Colman and ...
Mental illness and drug addiction may co-occur due to disturbance in part of the brain
... that from two to five of every 10 anxious or depressed people, and from four to eight of every 10 people with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, or antisocial
personality, also have some type of addiction.
To find the scientific basis for this complex, seemingly intractable pairing, which has in the ...
Bad Children Can Happen to Good Parents: A Survival Manual for Parents of Difficult Children by Norman E. Hoffman, Ph.D.
... parental 'guilt' and to
also help therapists identify, screen and diagnose, and develop appropriate
treatment plan for the child with uncaring antisocial
Hoffman. The book has been favorably reviewed on Amazon.com by Thomas H.
Harrell, Ph.D., professor of psychology at Florida ...
Intervening in Preschool Years Can Prevent Juvenile Deliquency
... to stress, lowering the chance that even a high-risk child will become a juvenile delinquent, U.S. researchers report.
The finding suggests "that antisocial
behavior isn't hard wired, and parents can be part of the solution," lead author Laurie Miller Brotman, associate professor of child and adolescent ...
Bullying Prevention Institute Designed to Empower Change in Schools
... for more than 25 years, and is a
system-wide approach that focuses on changing behaviors that lead to an
improvement in school and a reduction in antisocial
behaviors. This program
has significant results in decreasing bullying behaviors among children in
grades K-10. "Bullying is a serious public health ...
Drinking Often Spurs Move to Poorer Neighborhoods
... the men for 12 years, checking in with them every three years.
After adjusting their figures to account for factors such as poverty level and antisocial
behavior, the researchers found that the more trouble a man had with alcohol, the more likely he was to move to, or reside in, a poorer neighborhood. ...
Late Nights may Make Preteens Antisocial and Aggressive
... If your pre-teen kid is exhibiting antisocial
behaviour, breaking the rules you lay down, or ... in the readings with clinical depression and antisocial
As a part of the study the ... for eveningness is associated with traits of antisocial
behaviour such as rule breaking, attention ...
Childhood Abuse Increases the Risk of Alcoholism
... of childhood sexual abuse on alcoholism and antisocial
personality disorder (ASPD) in women, says Dr. ... were much more likely to develop alcoholism and antisocial
behavior if they had the low activity variant ... there was no relationship between alcoholism, antisocial
behavior and MAOA-LPR genotype among non-abused ...
Researchers Identify Five Distinct Subtypes of Alcoholism
... subtype (31.5 per cent of U.S. alcoholics), Young antisocial
subtype (21 per cent), Functional subtype (19.5 ... kind of help for their drinking.
alcoholics were in their mid-twenties, had early ... and about half had a psychiatric diagnosis of antisocial
Personality Disorder. Many had major depression, ...
Substance abuse linked to adult antisocial syndrome
personality disorder is common in people who are ... violate the rights of others. Often people with antisocial
personality tend to do criminal activities. ... found in the research have been linked with antisocial
personality disorder. The results also said that ...
Depressed Mothers Found To Influence Their Child’s Behavio
... first five years // of life and children's antisocial
behavior by age 7 , researchers say children of ... to have increased problems with conduct and more antisocial
Results of the study also showed ... after the twins' birth and the likeliness of antisocial
behavior in children by age 7 increased when ...
Meth Users Involved in Violence, Sexual Risk-Taking: Study
... men, crystal meth users were more likely to be involved in risk-taking and antisocial
behaviors such as selling drugs and engaging in violent behavior," said ... use, and relationships between crystal methamphetamine use and risky and antisocial
behaviors. The National Institute on Drug Abuse or NIDA funded the ...
A New Research Explores Connection Between Emotionality And Alcoholism
... also examined if a lifetime history of major depressive disorder (MDD) or antisocial
personality disorder (ASPD) had effects on regional asymmetry.
"Major depression and antisocial
behavior are both problems that commonly co-occur with alcoholism," ...
Steroid Use Linked to Crimes
... that the use of (anabolic steroids) is associated not only with impulsive antisocial
behavior but also with an antisocial
lifestyle involving various types of criminality."
The study appears ...
Dysfunctional Families Affect The Mental Health Of The Child
... case of children who live in highly dysfunctional families, the level of antisocial
behavior decline after the divorce.
Where Canada is concerned, 50% of ... continues to interview the sample of 17,000 children once in two years. antisocial
behavior along with anxiety and depression is quite common among children ...
Age of first alcoholic drink determined by tendency to cheat
... parents or other close family members had diagnoses of alcoholism or antisocial
personality disorder (aggressive, unpleasant behavior).
From the ...
Previous studies have reported that a family history of alcoholism or antisocial
personality disorder relates to an earlier age of first drink. However, it ...
Extrovert People Drink More Alcohol
... role of the parents still exert a small effect on the amount drunk. For example, a high level of parental support is generally associated with less antisocial
behaviour and is correlated with less alcohol consumption in the presence of peers.
The drinking behaviour of the father affects that of the ...
BMA Calls for Flexible Working as Number of Women Doctors Swell
Dr Hilborne says: These are times of terrible anxiety for junior doctors. Those that do succeed in getting posts will have to work antisocial
hours in an NHS thats increasingly saddled with unnecessary bureaucracy and government interference. Its to their credit that so many doctors are ...
Violent Videogames Attract Criticism Again
... of first-person shooter games -- in which the player pushes a button to activate a weapon -- say the Wii's increased interactivity raises the risk of antisocial
In the United States the nation's Entertainment game has received the most restrictive rating possible, Adult Only, from the Software ...
Link Between Teenage Violence and Domestic Violence Found
... study the researchers analysed data from the on-going Seattle Social Development Project which has been tracing youth development and the social and antisocial
behaviour of more than 800 participants between the ages of 13 and 18.
The Seattle Social Development Project had shown four patterns of ...
Emergency Department Strain As Ice Problems Grows
... for amphetamine use were aged between 20 and 29 years, the
majority of them single white men.
Amphetamine use is associated with violence, antisocial
behaviour and risk-taking, Dr Gray and
colleagues said - 20 per cent of all amphetamine-related presentations to the RPH ED involved
the police at ...
ADHD Problem in Children – a Risk Factor for Alcohol Problems in Later Lif
... of the department of psychology at UC Berkeley. "Later on, it may be that only a subset of kids with ADHD – namely, those with more aggressive or antisocial
behavior patterns –are at risk by young adulthood."
Molina says her findings support this theory. "For example, 42 percent of those children with ...