Antisocial Personality Disorder

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Farrington - Aim

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Childhood hyperactivity & low IQ predicted APD in later life.

MRIs were used to study 54 men (21 with APD & 34 without)

to investigate the development of antisocial behaviour

Involved in learning the negative consequences

11% reduction in prefrontal grey matter.

All participants were men so cannot be generalised

Investigated 225 twins who had childhood disorders

APD is caused by a reduction in grey matter.

Situational factors lead to the development of APD.

Participants may have recalled childhood memories wrong

41% were convicted at least once between the age of 10-50.

To investigate abnormalities in prefrontal cortex cause APD

Studied 411 males, from deprived, inner-city London

to investigate childhood risk factors of APD