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What is oppositional defiant disorder and what does it mean?

Oppositional Defiant Disorder is a childhood condition w/uncooperative, defiant, and hostile behavior toward people in authority! Any Suggestions here?

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  1. bishhh Reply:

    annice !

  2. bishhh Reply:

    ok then…

  3. bishhh Reply:

    your rant is big enugh god!

  4. Mattie Reply:

    The list of skills a child or teen with Oppositional Defiant Disorder may need to The validity of his emotions does not mean that the child has a right to act in the Source:http://www.ehow.com/about_4743850_oppositional-defiant-disorder.html

  5. Fredericka Reply:

    Current theories on what Oppositional Defiant Disorder really means and what can be done. What does this Delay Mean in Terms of the Child’s Functioning?

  6. Sacha Reply:

    Any parent knows that children can be defiant. It’s a normal part of growing. But sometimes, the defiance becomes a cause for concern. Children with oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) present a continuing display of oppositional behavior. … Source:http://www.ehow.com/how_2257380_diagnose-oppositional-defiant-disorder.html

  7. Luella Reply:

    Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) is a conduct disorder in children and teens. The exact cause is unknown. According to the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP), biological and environmental factors may play a role…. Source:http://www.ehow.com/how_5049997_deal-oppositional-defiant-disorder.html

  8. Dorris Reply:

    Oppositional defiant disorder or ODD is a term used to describe someone who is opposed to any sense of authority. This person with this disorder is openly hostile and very defiant to anyone in authority, including parents. In many cases, th… Source:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Mental/what_is_oppositional_defiant_disorder

  9. Marlen Reply:

    Does anyone Know much about Oppositional with ODD and possible ADD Defiant Disorder? Im a single mum of eldest who will be 4 2 little boys and my next week has been diagnosed.

  10. Annice Reply:

    A neurology appointment wouldnt hurt! If anything it will show the teacher you have looked into it, and the problems are on his side, not yours! I think your sons biggest problem is his teacher! The teacher is provoking bad behavior! All behavior has meaning, and this is coming out of the blue! I really think you would know if he was on the autistic spectrum! I have 2 sons that are, and we knew by age 15 months for one and 9 months for the other! Here is a nice autism questionnaire that i find to be accurate!http://www!childbrain!com/pddassess!html Parents of ODD kids do not think they have a normal 4 year old, they know something is seriously wrong before age 4! I have worked at psych hospitals for over 20 years! I have seen countless of adolescents admitted, and while doing the admission assessment I have never heard a parent of an ODD child say we thought he was typical the first few years! They always say we knew before he was out of diapers that he had major lifelong problems! I dont think he is ODD, or autistic spectrum, possibly anxiety, possibly ADD, possibly PDD!NOS (some autistic features not enough to meet criteria for autism or aspergers), but mostly I think his teacher is pouring gasoline on little fires that other teachers would extinguish without batting an eye! A good teacher would want to know how to connect with her students, and learn any possible tricks to help those students be successful in school, a teacher not wanting to learn is going to be very unsuccessful as there are a lot of square pegs out there getting an education right along with those easy typical learners that only make up 50-70 percent of a classroom!There is a question in this section that describes ODD, its 25 questions after yours and is asked by b4her, the question is: Questionable behavior by sonIt does not say the child has it, but it certainly sounds like it, by the description! If I were to describe ODD in a 7 year old I would mention things like starting fires, taking pictures of his privates, spitting chewed up food on other students lunches, this is very clearly antisocial behaviors! Parents with kids like these do worry about their child going to jail, even at a really young age!

  11. Marguerite Reply:

    A minority of children with conduct disorder whose behavior does not improve as they is free to join peers who have similarly learned antisocial means of expression. . See also Aggression; Conduct disorder; Oppositional defiant disorder.

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