- •Aggressive behavior is a major symptom of conduct disorder and is one of the most powerful criminal predictors for individuals with conduct disorder.
- •46.0% of institutionalized children with conduct disorder had low self-concept pre- program.
- •There was a decline in the severity of the level of aggression among the children, about 56.0% of them had a high level in the pre-program, and 24.0% of them had a high level after the program.
- •Cognitive behavioral program is as an effective, low-cost, and noninvasive intervention to improve self-concept and minimize aggressive behavior among institutionalized children with conduct disorder.
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