Oppositional Defiant Disorder Differs from Conduct Disorder in That in Oppositional
Oppositional defiant disorder differs from conduct disorder in that in oppositional defiant disorder children tend to:
A)be aggressive toward animals.
B)be chronically negativistic.
C)show deceitfulness or a pattern of theft.
D)show a pattern of property destruction.
Oppositional defiant disorder:
A)tends to be found in only few, specific cultures.
B)often manifests for the first time during adolescence.
C)is common among most children who develop conduct disorder at a later age.
D)is equally likely in both boys and girls, though boys tend to be less aggressive.
Which of the following statements is true?
A)Non-pharmacological treatment is considered the "first-line" treatment for conduct disorder and oppositional defiant disorder.
B)Drug therapy is considered the "first-line" treatment for conduct disorder and oppositional defiant disorder.
C)Anti-depressants are the most widely prescribed drugs for conduct disorder in the United States, Canada, and many other countries.
D)Children with conduct disorder and oppositional defiant disorder are never prescribed antipsychotics because they tend to increase aggressive behavior.
Children with conduct disorder and oppositional defiant disorder sometimes are prescribed atypical antipsychotics, which seem to
A)help these children stop lying
B)reduce irritable and agitated behavior in
C)eliminate aggressive behavior
D)suppress aggressive behavior.