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Conduct Disorder Directory

Conduct disorder can occur in children and teens. This emotional disorder goes beyond normal behavior problems; it is long-lasting and is disruptive and possibly dangerous. Symptoms include aggressive, destructive behavior, violation of rules, and deceit. Causes may include genetics, brain defects or injuries, an abusive environment, and others. Treatments range from therapy to medications. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how conduct disorder is caused, treated, and much more.

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