- Child abuse.
- Genetic defects.
- Parental drug addiction or alcoholism.
- Drug addiction.
- Antisocial behaviors, such as bullying and fighting.
- Cruel or aggressive behavior toward people and animals.
- Destruction of property (breaking and entering, deliberately setting fires, destroying other people's property).
- Heavy drinking.
- Illicit drug use.
- Running away.
- Depressive disorder.
- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
- Mental retardation.
- Autism spectrum disorders.
- In older children and adolescents (>10 years), the behaviors arecharacteristic of conduct disorder per se: vandalism, cruelty to people and animals,bullying, lying, stealing outside the home, truancy, drug and alcohol misuse, and criminalacts, plus all the features of the oppositional-defiant type.
- Problem solving skills training.
- Multi-systemic therapy.
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