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Science, Treatment and Prevention of Antisocial Behaviors Evidence-Based Practice

Recent research findings from the fields of genetics, neurobiology, psychology and the social sciences on the causes of antisocial behavior, criminality, violence, substance abuse and other high-risk behaviors

The underlying mechanisms in antisocial conduct -- and how to prevent and treat them

Co-occurring disorders and trauma in antisocial individuals, and implications for treatment

Applying behavioral scientific findings in the treatment of offender and other high-risk populations

Assessing juvenile and adult offenders and patients with behavioral disturbances

The linkages between antisocial behavior and substance abuse

Designs for prevention strategies that focus on underlying causes


Fishbein Launse, D. (2004). Science, Treatment and Prevention of Antisocial Behaviors: Evidence-Based Practice. New Jersey: Civic Research Institute.