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Main article: Conduct disorder confined to family context: History of the disorder.
Main article: Conduct disorder confined to family context:Theoretical approaches.
Main article: Conduct disorder confined to family context:Epidemiology.
Main article: Conduct disorder confined to family context:Risk factors.
Main article: Conduct disorder confined to family context:Etiology.
Main article: Conduct disorder confined to family context:Assessment.
Main article: Conduct disorder confined to family context:Comorbidity.
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Main article: Conduct disorder confined to family context:Relapse prevention
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