[Self-Test] Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) in Children
What is oppositional defiant disorder in children? ODD is more than occasional aggressive or irritating behavior. It’s a pattern of angry, uncooperative, and mean conduct that negatively impacts a child’s life at home and at school. Use this self-test to find out if your defiant child is showing signs of ODD — along with or instead of ADHD.
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Oppositional Defiant Disorder in Children: ODD Next Steps
1. Free Download: The 15-Day Fix to Stop Defiant Behavior in its Tracks
2. Take This Symptom Test: Does My Child Have ADHD?
3. Take This Symptom Test: Sensory Processing Disorder in Children
4. Listen to “ODD and ADHD: Strategies for Parenting Defiant Children” – an Expert Webinar with Ross W. Greene, Ph.D.
5. Read More About the ADHD-ODD Link in Children
6. Read: ODD in Children: A Parent’s Behavior Management Guide
7. Find an ADHD or ODD specialist nearby in our ADDitude Directory
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