Causes of Disocial Personality Disorder
Education on the type of hypo-tricks and neglect, lack of love and attention. This disorder is typical for families in which criminal individuals predominate, as well as people who use psychoactive drugs. They can also be among families that are in a situation of socio-economic stress, for example, as a result of extreme migration due to wars and conflicts.
Symptoms of Disocial Personality Disorder
Typical manifestations beginning in childhood are lying, truancy, running away from home, theft, fighting, drug use and illegal actions. In the future, there is a gross discrepancy between behavior and prevailing social and moral norms, indifference to the feelings of others, inability to maintain relationships, low tolerance to frustration and a low threshold of aggression, including violence. Disocial personalities are not able to feel guilty and benefit from life experience, including punishment. Sometimes it seems that they have a very high pain threshold. Prominent features are promiscuity in relationships, insulting spouses, child abuse and drunken fights. Asociality, which is formed already in adulthood, dynamically develops from individual antisocial acts in adolescence and childhood. It is characteristic of an early desire for criminal groups, disregard for the desires and needs of others in favor of their own selfish interests. Sexuality develops early and is characterized by undifferentiation. Perhaps a combination of cold cruelty and lack of moral principles.
Diagnosis of Disocial Personality Disorder
It should be differentiated with the development of simple schizophrenia and schizotypal disorder, as well as Huntington’s chorea. In these cases, schizophrenia and schizotypical disorders are characterized by a combination of emotional-volitional disorders, which can be accompanied by criminal behavior, and formal thinking disorders. When trochee along with asocial behavior, one can observe hyperkinesis in motility, emotional manifestations and thinking.
Treatment for Disocial Personality Disorder
Peer groups (self-help groups) in which social isolation and punishment will be separated from help and communication. Behavioral therapy of the “token economy” type, in the structure of which the system of rewards and punishments is associated. It is possible to use means of controlling impulses, in particular, preparations of drinking and carbamazepine.