The magnitude and temperature dependence of the dislocation retardation due to the destruction of short-range order are calculated in the quasichemical approximation. The atomic interaction in two coordination spheres and dislocation slip in cubic and octahedral planes are taken into account. The retardation stress for the first superdislocation is essentially the same in these planes for T < T k (where T k is the phase-transition temperature), while the retardation stress for subsequent superdislocations is much lower, so large planar accumulations of superdislocations may arise. The retardation stress is maximal at T = T k , and for T > T k the first dislocations should move in pairs. Comparison of the experimental cleavage stresses with calculated values shows that, by itself, superdislocation retardation due to correlation destruction cannot explain the behavior of the yield point.