Asked by rahul srisrimal on Feb 18, 2024

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Approximately ________ percent of individuals diagnosed with childhood-onset conduct disorder are also diagnosed with antisocial personality disorder as adults.

A) 35-40
B) 50-55
C) 65-75
D) 75-85

Diagnosis

Label given to a set of symptoms that tend to occur together.

  • Understanding the prevalence rates of childhood-onset conduct disorder and antisocial personality disorder in individuals.
  • Recognizing the potential long-term implications and comorbidity between childhood-onset conduct disorder and antisocial personality disorder.
  • Identifying the risk factors and developmental pathways that may contribute to the development of antisocial personality disorder in individuals with childhood-onset conduct disorder.
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Miguel Rodriguez

Feb 18, 2024

Final Answer :
A
Explanation :
Studies indicate that about 35-40% of individuals diagnosed with childhood-onset conduct disorder may be diagnosed with antisocial personality disorder as adults. This reflects the significant, but not inevitable, progression from conduct disorder in childhood to antisocial personality disorder in adulthood.