Prevalence and correlates of conduct disorder among inmates of juvenile detention centres, United Arab Emirates
AbstractThe prevalence of conduct disorder was assessed in 77 young people in 4 juvenile detention centres in the United Arab Emirates [UAE]. The prevalence of conduct disorder was 24.7%, and recidivism, as indicated by repeat admissions to the centres, was found to be associated with conduct disorder. Having a diagnosis of conduct disorder was associated with a lower educational and occupational level of the father, as well as living with a single parent or relatives. Among UAE nationals, conduct disorder was also associated with having a mother who was a non-UAE national
Al Banna, A., Al Bedwawi, S., Al Saadi, A., Al Maskari, F. & Eapen, V. (2008). Prevalence and correlates of conduct disorder among inmates of juvenile detention centres, United Arab Emirates. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/117527
EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 14 (5), 1054-1059, 2008
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