Disinhibited Social Engagement Dsdr
Disinhibited social engagement disorder (DSED) is an attachment disorder. It may make it difficult for children to form deep, meaningful connections to others. It’s one of two attachment disorders that affect children younger than 18 years — the other condition is reactive attachment disorder (RAD).
Wiki Number: W063
Diagnosis: Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder
World Patients :
Age Onset: Age 5
Symptoms: Children actively approach and interact with strangers with no fear or discomfort
Progression: Usually lasts only till about age 6
Causes: may or may not have had emotional needs by care-giving adults
Therapies: “play therapy” or “expressive therapy”
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- A Systematic Review on Assessing Assessments: Unveiling Psychometric Properties of Instruments for Reactive Attachment Disorder and Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder in Minors under Protective Measuresby Florencia Talmón-Knuser on February 24, 2024
CONCLUSION: Most articles review structural validity and internal consistency. These measures are satisfactory but insufficiently evaluated. It is necessary to evaluate these tools using other indicators such as cross-cultural validity, measurement error, or responsiveness in adolescents under protective measures.
- Reactive attachment disorder, disinhibited social engagement disorder, adverse childhood experiences, and mental health in an imprisoned young offender populationby Kate Moran on January 9, 2024
BACKGROUND: A high proportion of young people in prison have a history of abuse and neglect, and/or of neurodevelopmental or psychiatric conditions. Despite this, the only two conditions specifically associated with abuse and neglect, Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) and Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder (DSED), have never been included as part of a comprehensive prevalence study.
- Reactive Attachment Disorder and Its Relationship to Psychopathology: A Systematic Reviewby Florencia Talmón-Knuser on December 23, 2023
This study aimed to determine, through a systematic review, the relationship between Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) and the presence of psychopathology in children and adolescents, and to determine the existence of differences in terms of internalising and externalising psychological problems between the RAD group and groups with other disorders or with typical development. Following the PRISMA methodology, a search was carried out in the Web of Science, PubMed and Scopus databases. The...
- The Pathogenesis of Disinhibition in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury: A Two Patient Case Reportby Takashi Hiraoka on August 26, 2023
Higher brain dysfunction commonly occurs following traumatic brain injury (TBI), and may manifest in a social behavioral impairment which can significantly impede active social participation. We report two cases, one of voyeurism and the second of alcohol abuse, which might have been caused by TBI resulting in disinhibition, a type of social behavioral impairment. We discuss the underlying pathophysiological mechanisms to raise awareness of such cases and aid the development of effective...