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Definition of Dissocial

Dissocial
Dissocial Dis*so"cial, a. [Pref. dis- + social: cf. L. dissocialis. See Dissociate, v. t.] Unfriendly to society; contracted; selfish; as, dissocial feelings.

Meaning of Dissocial from wikipedia

- defined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM). Dissocial personality disorder (DPD), a similar or equivalent concept, is defined...
- Organization includes it in the International Cl****ification of Diseases as dissocial personality disorder. A pattern of persistent anti-social behaviours can...
- introduced the diagnoses of antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) and dissocial personality disorder (DPD) respectively, stating that these diagnoses...
- sociopathy, antisocial personality disorder (ASPD), and the ICD-10 diagnosis, dissocial personality disorder. Hare takes the stance that psychopathy as a syndrome...
- into adulthood, may be diagnosed as antisocial personality disorder (dissocial personality disorder in the ICD). Po****rist labels such as psychopath...
- to others. The specific personality disorders are: paranoid, schizoid, dissocial, emotionally unstable (borderline type and impulsive type), histrionic...
- Cl****ification of Diseases (ICD) list antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) and dissocial personality disorder, stating that these have been referred to or include...
- adopted a mixture of approaches, eventually going by the term antisocial or dissocial personality disorder. In the meantime concepts of psychopaths/sociopaths...
- consociation, consociational, dis****ociate, dis****ociation, dissociable, dissocial, dissociate, dissociation, dissociative, inter****ociation, non****ociative...
- domains: (1) Negative affectivity (6D11.0); (2) Detachment (6D11.1), (3) Dissociality (6D11.2), (4) Disinhibition (6D11.3), and (5) Anankastia (6D11.4). Listed...
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