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What are symptoms of antisocial personality disorder (ASPD)?

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People with antisocial personality disorder often do the following;

  • Lie, con, and exploit others
  • Act rashly
  • Be angry, vain, and aggressive
  • Fight or assault other people
  • Break the law
  • Not care about the safety of others or themselves
  • Not show signs of remorse after hurting someone else
  • Fail to meet money, work, or social duties
  • Abuse drugs or alcohol

From: Antisocial Personality Disorder WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

National Institutes of Health: " Antisocial Personality Disorder: Treatment, Management and Prevention."

Lenzenweger, MF. September 2007. Biological Psychiatry,

Ogloff, JR. , June-July 2006. Psychiatry

Fazel, S. February 2002. The Lancet,

Glenn, AL. , Oxford University Press, 2011 The Oxford Handbook of Social Neuroscience

Mayo Clinic: “Antisocial personality disorder.”

Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg on March 12, 2016

SOURCES:

National Institutes of Health: " Antisocial Personality Disorder: Treatment, Management and Prevention."

Lenzenweger, MF. September 2007. Biological Psychiatry,

Ogloff, JR. , June-July 2006. Psychiatry

Fazel, S. February 2002. The Lancet,

Glenn, AL. , Oxford University Press, 2011 The Oxford Handbook of Social Neuroscience

Mayo Clinic: “Antisocial personality disorder.”

Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg on March 12, 2016

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