Anti-social behaviour can generally be characterized as a general lack of adherence to social customs and rules allowing the members of a society to live peacefully together. According to some studies, persons with antisocial conduct disorders are responsible for approximately half of all crimes committed, while they represent only five percent of the population. The majority of people with antisocial conduct disorder are men. Women accounted for a smaller portion and most are not physically violent. Anti-social behaviour can begin in childhood, adolescence or adulthood. In children referred to as a disorder of behavior, in adults such as antisocial personality disorder.
Conduct disorders developed early in life, before puberty, is more likely to continue into adulthood and are also more likely to be aggressive. By contrast, a child who develops the antisocial behaviour during or after puberty has a better opportunity to correct these disorders. Currently antisocial behaviour in children is a growing concern among parents and teachers. The escalation of violence in the schools is an external manifestation of antisocial behavior. Researchers have linked some of the childish personality factors, finding that she is often transmitted these factors within the family, although in genetics has not investigated in its entirety. There also seems to be other common factors.
Children with conduct disorder are often abused or have been exposed to violent and conflicting environments. Parents are often incompatible with conductasas and an over-indulgence to excessive punishment. Most of the worst criminals of society show clear signs of antisocial behaviour when they were children. Today’s parents are called to educate and provide guidance to their children in an appropriate way. Children or adolescents with conduct disorder show three or more of the following signs of consistent in his personality traits: * behaves in a manner impulsive, without thinking the safety of himself and others in danger. * Uses lies and tries to manipulate various situations. ** Not follow the rules, he enjoys breaking the laws. * Requests money borrowed and not returned. * Steals. ** It is too aggressive, often incites to the to those fights. * He is willing to hurt others physically or emotionally, without remorse. ** It is arrogant and overly confident. Like le cause fires. ** It is cruel to animals. A person with antisocial behaviour or conduct disorder may seem very lovely and Nice at first. However, friendships are difficult to maintain, when people realize their behavior to Estee will be very difficult to keep these friendships. What at first appears to be an activity fun and daring soon becomes dangerous and thoughtless. People who exhibit antisocial behaviour are very selfish and self-centred. Adults who are affected by antisocial behavior that they did not develop conduct disorders in childhood, could initially get involved in the crime from their senior positions or become abusive people with a spouse or family member. The nature of the negative behavior can increase over time. The worst cases of reflected in adults, as killers criminals, antisocial behavior usually goes back to previous behaviors disorders properly in childhood.