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AcronymDefinition
ODDOppositional Defiant Disorder
ODDOptical Disk Drive
ODDOrphan Drug Designation (US FDA)
ODDOperational Detachment Delta (US Army)
ODDOne Day Decorating (training program)
ODDOptions Disclosure Document
ODDOracle Dynamic Database
ODDOptical Device Drive
ODDOriginal Delivery Date
ODDOrdered Decision Diagram
ODDOcx and Dll Disclaimer
ODDOne Document Does It All (text encoding initiative)
ODDOld Destroyer (US Navy)
ODDOperational Design Domain
ODDOffice of the Deputy Director
ODDOperator Distance Dialing
ODDOntario Diabetes Database
ODDOffice Dependent Data
ODDOcean Disposal Database
ODDOldest Dear Daughter
ODDOgden Data Device (data transfer cartridge interface)
ODDOff-Board Deception Device
ODDOutline Dimensional Drawing
ODDOn-Dock Delivery (shipping)
ODDOpportunity Description Document
ODDObservatory Description Document (US NASA)
ODDObserved Defect Density
ODDObjective Digitized Division
ODDOutside Designed and Developed
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Teacher-reported irritable and defiant dimensions of oppositional defiant disorder: Social, behavioral, and academic correlates.
It should be noted that there is a higher rate of occurrence within lower socioeconomic groups, however this disorder does affect groups of all types (Oppositional Defiant Disorder: A Guide for Families by the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2017).
Exclusion criteria were: the history of head trauma or neurological illness, developmental delay or any other axis I psychiatric disorder except for oppositional defiant disorder, making a change in her/his medications during the study if the child has been taking any medication for ADHD, and failure to attend the training.
For example, students with oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) are believed to have a lifetime prevalence comorbidity rate of more than 90% with at least one other mental health disorder (Beauchaine, Hinshaw, & Pang, 2010; Conner & Lochman, 2010; Nock, Kazdin, Hiripi, & Kessler, 2007; Singh, Lancioni, Joy, Winton, Sabaawi, Wahler, & Singh, 2007) and DBDs are considered the diagnoses "most likely to predispose to substance dependence" (Shutter et al., 2011, p.
NAJP: It seems that there are more and more children with "oppositional defiant disorder." Can you provide an overview?
Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) is defined as a recurrent pattern of defiant, disobedient, and hostile behavior that causes impairment in the child's personal, social or academic life for at least 6 months, and it is not due to a psychotic or mood disorder episode (American Psychiatric Association, 2000).
Of particular concern to early childhood personnel are children who exhibit oppositional defiant behaviour or who have been diagnosed as having Oppositional Defiant Disorder. Not only is the management of this behaviour difficult and often stressful, its presence in early childhood settings can be disturbing to other children and disruptive of efforts to create a positive, nurturing and supportive learning environment.
She wrote that her son has been diagnosed with schizophrenia and oppositional defiant disorder.
Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) is characterized by the frequent occurrence of at least four of the following behaviors over the last six months:
He had received a myriad of diagnoses including, psychotic disorder, delusional disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, mild mental retardation, obsessive/compulsive traits, and pervasive developmental disorder (Aspergers disorder).
This one study included 51 four- to eight-year-old children with oppositional defiant disorder who attended school in Washington state.