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Although these behaviors can be typical among siblings they must be observed with individuals other than siblings. However, they do not display physical aggressiveness, a behavior observed in conduct disorder. For children over 5 years of age they occur at least once a week for at least 6 months.
Thus the severity would be mild. If it is observed in two settings then it would be characterized as moderate and if the symptoms are observed in 3 or more settings then it would be considered severe.
There is no specific element that has yet been identified as directly causing ODD. Researchers looking precisely at the etiological factors linked with ODD are limited.
The literature often examines common risk factors linked with all disruptive behaviours, rather than specifically about ODD. Symptoms of ODD are also often believed to be the same as CD even though the disorders have their own respective set of symptoms.
When looking at disruptive behaviours such as ODD, research has shown that the causes of behaviours are multifactorial. However, disruptive behaviours have been identified as being mostly due either to biological or environmental factors.
Research has also shown that there is a genetic overlap between ODD and other externalizing disorders. Heritability can vary by age, age of onset, and other factors. ODD also tends to occur in families with a history of ADHDsubstance use disordersor mood disorderssuggesting that a vulnerability to develop ODD may be inherited.
A difficult temperament, impulsivity, and a tendency to seek rewards can also increase the risk of developing ODD. New studies into gene variants have also identified possible gene-environment G x E interactions, specifically in the development of conduct problems.
A variant of the gene that encodes the neurotransmitter metabolizing enzyme monoamine oxidase-A MAOAwhich relates to neural systems involved in aggression, plays a key role in regulating behavior following threatening events. Brain imaging studies show patterns of arousal in areas of the brain that are associated with aggression in response to emotion-provoking stimuli.
Malnutrition, specifically protein deficiency, lead poisoning or exposure to lead,  and mother's use of alcohol or other substances during pregnancy may increase the risk of developing ODD. In numerous research, substance abuse prior to birth have also been associated with developing disruptive behaviours such as ODD.
Neurobiological factors[ edit ] Deficits and injuries to certain areas of the brain can lead to serious behavioral problems in children.
Brain imaging studies have suggested that children with ODD may have subtle differences in the part of the brain responsible for reasoning, judgment and impulse control. The BIS produces anxiety and inhibits ongoing behavior in the presence of novel events, innate fear stimuli, and signals of nonreward or punishment.
Neuroimaging studies have also identified structural and functional brain abnormalities in several brain regions in youths with conduct disorders. These brain regions are the amygdala, prefrontal cortex, anterior cingulate, and insula, as well as interconnected regions.
Some of these deficits include immature forms of thinking such as egocentrismfailure to use verbal mediators to regulate his or her behavior, and cognitive distortions, such as interpreting a neutral event as an intentional hostile act. In fact, students with ODD have limited social knowledge that is only based on individual experiences that shapes how they process information and solve problems cognitively.
This information can be linked with the social information processing model SIP that describes how children process information in order to respond appropriately or inappropriately in social settings. This model explains that children will go through five stages before displaying behaviors: However, children with ODD have cognitive distortions and impaired cognitive processes.
This will therefore directly impact their interactions and relationship negatively. It has been shown that social and cognitive impairments result in negative peer relationships, loss of friendship and an interruption in socially engaging in activities. Children learn through observational learning and social learning.
Therefore, observations of models have a direct impact and greatly influence children's behaviors and decision-making processes.
Children often learn through modeling behavior. Often little internalization of parent and societal standards exists in children with conduct problems. These weak bonds with their parents may lead children to associate with delinquency and substance abuse.
Family instability and stress can also contribute to the development of ODD.Even the best-behaved children can be difficult and challenging at times. But if your child or teenager has a frequent and persistent pattern of anger, irritability, arguing, defiance or vindictiveness toward you and other authority figures, he or she may have oppositional defiant disorder (ODD).
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