The antisocial child
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The antisocial child his family and his community by Stanislaus Andrew Szurek

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Published by Science and Behavior Books in Palo Alto, Calif .
Written in English


  • Child psychopathology.,
  • Problem children.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies.

Statementedited by S. A. Szurek and I. N. Berlin.
SeriesClinical approaches to the problems of childhood: The Langley Porter child psychiatry series, v. 4, Clinical approaches to problems of childhood,, v. 4
ContributionsBerlin, Irving N., 1917- joint comp.
LC ClassificationsRJ499 .S97
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 224 p.
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5629055M
LC Control Number68054535

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Szurek, Stanislaus Andrew, Antisocial child. Palo Alto, Calif., Science and Behavior Books [].   Book: Child Growth and Development (Paris, Ricardo, Rymond and Johnson) Antisocial Behaviors, Violence, and Child Abuse; Recommended articles. There are no recommended articles. Article type Section or Page Author Paris, Ricardo, Raymond, & Johnson License CC BY OER program or Publisher. Eighteen papers consider the antisocial child. The genesis of his behavior is discussed in terms of psychopathic personality trends, acting out, and sexual disorders; emotional factors in the use of authority and the contribution of controls to corrective learning are described. Efforts at psychiatric treatment are reviewed with reference to clinical and psychotherapeutic work with delinquents.   Antisocial Behaviors. According to the American Academy of Psychiatry (), Most kids will act up or become disruptive or defiant sometimes. Disruptive and conduct disorders, however, involve much more severe and longer-lasting behaviors than typical, short-lived episodes.