Conduct disorder is a serious behavioral and emotional disorder that can occur in children and teens, which engage in antisocial behaviors, have trouble following rules, and struggle to show empathy to others. Genetic and environmental factors can also contribute in the development of conduct disorders. Symptoms of conduct disorder may be mild, moderate, or severe. In general, symptoms of conduct disorder fall into four general categories namely known as,
· Deceitful behavior
· Violation of rules
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