Conduct disorders in children and adolescents
Paediatrics and Child Health,  Review Article

Baker K – Conduct disorders in children and adolescents are the most common mental health difficulty presenting to child health professionals. This review describes their prevalence and aetiology, as well as relevant evidenced–based interventions crucial to successful management.

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