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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_pyromaniac

A child pyromaniac is a child with an impulse-control disorder that is primarily distinguished by ... Many clinical studies have found that fire setting rarely occurs by itself but usually occurs with other socially unacceptable behavior. .... tend to respond better to a case-management approach rather than a medical approach.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2416759

This is a case study of a 20-year-old homeless male who met DSM-IV criteria for pyromania. Neuropsychological testing was administered on psychiatric ...

www.psychiatrictimes.com/articles/unmasking-comorbid-pyromania-and-psychosis-patient-anorexia

Aug 1, 2006 ... Unmasking Comorbid Pyromania and Psychosis in a Patient With Anorexia ... Case study. A girl aged 14 years was referred to a university child ...

www.sciencedirect.com/topics/neuroscience/pyromania

No double-blind studies for pyromania have been published. Medications described in case reports that have been demonstrated to be beneficial in the ...

www.psyweb.com/Casestudies/CaseStudies.jsp

Dec 2, 2015 ... These sample case studies are for illustration only. They should not be used to make a diagnosis. If the symptoms sound similar to those that ...

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2377508/Mother-lost-children-fatal-blaze-started-pyromaniac-trying-help-gives-birth-twins.html

Jul 25, 2013 ... Mother who lost four children in fatal blaze started by pyromaniac she was trying ... She had kept the new arrivals secret during the court case.

www.coursehero.com/file/12336510/CASESTUDYABPSYCH

View Test Prep - CASESTUDY(ABPSYCH) from BSA 101 at Tarlac State University. CASE STUDY PYROMANIA (DSM5) Patient : Lillie C Date of Birth ...

www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/science/2011/09/thats_hot.html

Sep 14, 2011 ... What does it take to inflame a pyromaniac? ... sufficient kindling for the 20-year- old homeless fellow who was the focus of their case study.

psychiatryonline.org/doi/10.1176/appi.books.9781585625048.gg44

2012). Most fire-setting behavior is not related to pyromania. In one study of 90 arsonists, only 3.3% had pyromania; several other subjects met the criteria for ...