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ICD-11 Criteria for Conduct-Dissocial Disorder (6C91)

ICD-11 Criteria for Conduct-Dissocial Disorder (6C91)

Conduct-dissocial disorder is characterised by a repetitive and persistent pattern of behaviour in which the basic rights of others or major age-appropriate societal norms, rules, or laws are violated such as aggression towards people or animals; destruction of property; deceitfulness or theft; and serious violations of rules. The behaviour pattern is of sufficient severity to result in significant impairment in personal, family, social, educational, occupational or other important areas of functioning. To be diagnosed, the behaviour pattern must be enduring over a significant period of time (e.g., 12 months or more). Isolated dissocial or criminal acts are thus not in themselves grounds for the diagnosis.

6C91.0       Conduct-dissocial disorder, childhood onset

Conduct-dissocial disorder, childhood onset is characterised by a repetitive and persistent pattern of behaviour in which the basic rights of others or major age-appropriate societal norms, rules, or laws are violated such as aggression towards people or animals; destruction of property; deceitfulness or theft; and serious violations of rules. To be diagnosed, features of the disorder must be present during childhood prior to adolescence (e.g., before 10 years of age) and the behaviour pattern must be enduring over a significant period of time (e.g., 12 months or more). Isolated dissocial or criminal acts are thus not in themselves grounds for the diagnosis.

6C91.00  Conduct-dissocial disorder, childhood onset with limited prosocial emotions

Meets all definitional requirements for Conduct-dissocial disorder, childhood onset. In addition, the individual exhibits characteristics that are sometimes referred to as ‘callous and unemotional’. These characteristics include a lack of empathy or sensitivity to the feelings of others and a lack of concern for others’ distress; a lack of remorse, shame or guilt over their own behaviour (unless prompted by being apprehended), a relative indifference to the probability of punishment; a lack of concern over poor performance in school or work; and limited expression of emotions, particularly positive or loving feelings toward others, or only doing so in ways that seem shallow, insincere, or instrumental.

6C91.01   Conduct-dissocial disorder, childhood onset with typical prosocial emotions

All definitional requirements for conduct-dissocial disorder, childhood onset are met. The individual does not exhibit characteristics referred to as ‘callous and unemotional’, such as lack of empathy or sensitivity to the feelings of others and a lack of concern for others’ distress.

6C91.0Z     Conduct-dissocial disorder, childhood onset, unspecified

6C91.1       Conduct-dissocial disorder, adolescent onset

Conduct-dissocial disorder, adolescent onset is characterised by a repetitive and persistent pattern of behaviour in which the basic rights of others or major age-appropriate societal norms, rules, or laws are violated such as aggression towards people or animals; destruction of property; deceitfulness or theft; and serious violations of rules. No features of the disorder are present during childhood prior to adolescence (e.g., before 10 years of age). To be diagnosed, the behaviour pattern must be enduring over a significant period of time (e.g., 12 months or more). Isolated dissocial or criminal acts are thus not in themselves grounds for the diagnosis.

6C91.10      Conduct-dissocial disorder, adolescent onset with limited prosocial emotions

All definitional requirements for conduct-dissocial disorder, adolescent onset are met. In addition, the individual exhibits characteristics that are sometimes referred to as ‘callous and unemotional’. These characteristics include a lack of empathy or sensitivity to the feelings of others and a lack of concern for others’ distress; a lack of remorse, shame or guilt over their own behaviour (unless prompted by being apprehended), a relative indifference to the probability of punishment; a lack of concern over poor performance in school or work; and limited expression of emotions, particularly positive or loving feelings toward others, or only doing so in ways that seem shallow, insincere, or instrumental.

6C91.11    Conduct-dissocial disorder, adolescent onset with typical prosocial emotions

All definitional requirements for conduct-dissocial disorder, adolescent onset are met. The individual does not exhibit characteristics referred to as ‘callous and unemotional’, such as lack of empathy or sensitivity to the feelings of others and a lack of concern for others’ distress.

6C91.1Y    Other specified conduct-dissocial disorder, adolescent onset

6C91.Z    Conduct-dissocial disorder, unspecified

  6C9Y    Other specified disruptive behaviour or dissocial disorders

  6C9Z    Disruptive behaviour or dissocial disorders, unspecified

Personality disorders and related traits (BlockL1‑6D1)

Coded Elsewhere:  Secondary personality change (6E68)

REFERENCE:

International Classification of Diseases Eleventh Revision (ICD-11). Geneva: World Health Organization; 2022. License: CC BY-ND 3.0 IGO.

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