Anti-social behaviours are actions that harm or lack of consideration for the well-being of others. It has also been defined as any conduct that violates the basic rights of another person and any behaviour that is considered disrupting others in society. This can be carried out in various ways, which includes, but is not limited to, intentional aggression, and covert and overt hostility. Anti-social behaviour also develops through social interaction within the family and community. It continuously affects a child’s temperament, cognitive ability and their involvement with negative peers, dramatically affecting children’s problem-solving skills. Many people also label behaviour, which is deemed contrary to prevailing norms for social conduct as anti-social behaviour. However, researchers have stated that it is a difficult term to define, particularly in the United Kingdom, where there are an infinite number of acts that fall into its category. The term is especially used in British English.