A study coauthored by Jason Schnittker, an associate professor of sociology at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, shows that many of the most common psychiatric disorders found among former inmates, including impulse control disorders, emerge in childhood and adolescence and, therefore, predate incarceration.
What does ICD stand for?
ICD stands for Impulse Control Disorder (psychology)
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We have 305 other meanings of ICD in our Acronym Attic
- IED (Intelligent Electronic Device) Capability Description
- Image Capture and Display
- Image Creative Design (UK)
- Imitative Communication(s) Deception
- Immune Complex Dissociated
- Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator
- Implantable Cardioverter Device
- Implanted Cardiac Defibrillator
- Import Customs Duty (various locations)
- Improvised Chemical Device
- In-Circuit Debugger
- In-Custody Death (law enforcement)
- Indian Creek Designs
- Industrial Cooperation Division (US Navy)
- Industrial Council for Development
- Industry Council for Development (UK)
- Infection a Clostridium Difficile (bacterial infection)
- Inflow Control Device (oil production)
- Information and Communication Department (various organizations)
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Among 270 patients who answered questions about ICDs on the Questionnaire for Impulsive-Compulsive Behaviors in Parkinson's Disease at both baseline and follow-up, 22 had a new-onset impulse control disorder at follow-up, 31 had their ICDs resolve at follow-up, 135 had no ICD at both baseline and follow-up, and 82 reported stable ICDs at both time points, the investigators said.
The beauty suffers from a rare impulse control disorder known as 'trichotillomania.
Among the problems are panic disorder and agoraphobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, depression, schizophrenia, personality disorders, couple distress, impulse control disorders, and insomnia.
Trichotillomania is an impulse control disorder characterized by chronic self-directed hair pulling.
Dopamine agonist (DA)-treated patients had two-to threefold elevated odds of having a current impulse control disorder (ICD), compared with non-DA-treated patients (17% vs.