The biopsychosocial model of antisociality applied to individualized treatment decision and risk assessments in forensic youth psychiatry

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In this research we will investigate the problem statement below, and apply our findings to create a decision support tool for individualized treatment programs in practice: How do forensic treatments affect neurobiological development of antisocial youth and how are neurobiological changes related to treatment outcome in terms of mental health, self-sufficiency and recidivism?
Biological measures consist of the neurophysiology of the autonomic nervous system (baseline and responsiveness to stressful/emotional situations), endocrinology (cortisol and testosterone levels) and neurocognitive functioning (executive functioning and emotion-regulation)
Short titleSCreen and INtervene
Effective start/end date1/02/202331/01/2028