Teenage anti-social behaviour caused by 'brain abnormality'
Scientists have discovered that teens with a psychiatric condition known as ‘conduct disorder’ have an abnormal pattern of brain activity.
Instruction manual for life in Britain
The leaflet, drafted by Sheffield City Council, warns new arrivals against a slew of offensive habits - including urinating, defecating, spitting or having sex in the street.
Is Social Media encouraging anti-social behaviour? - NSDesign
I was just asked by a young person (in high school) to comment on social media, and in particular, it’s impact on relationships. Here’s my (unedited) answers to the questions... Read more »
Children with 'negative' parents twice as likely to misbehave
Children brought up by mothers and fathers with poor parenting skills are twice as likely to display serious anti-social behaviour, according to a Government study.