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Antisocial Behaviour in boys leads to ill health in men

APRIL 11, 2007

Dr Candice Odgers, Post doctural Research Fellow working in the MRC Social Genetic and Development Centre at the Institute is the lead author on a paper published in the April edition of the Archives of General Psychiatry entitled: Prediction of Differential Adult Health Burden by Conduct Problem Subtypes in Males.  Odgers and colleagues report on a 30-year prospective study providing evidence that male youth engaged in persistent antisocial behavior become adult men with poor physical health.

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