Your condemnation is unnecessary tmkimmey. Although this behavior may be known in the military, this study investigated adolescents ages 13-17 before they would be eligible for enlistment. You also seem to infer that a problem in the military cannot be applied to a medical situation of the public, which is absurd. As a Pediatrician and someone who has personally had these behaviors as a teenager, I appreciate it being brought to the attention of the medical community so that more of these kids will be identified and helped. Science progresses by defining and categorizing information and sometimes names change. Also, a little tact and respect for you wife's colleagues would be appreciated.