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					Aggressive Behavior
          Case Methods
Classification of disruptive
behaviors
           Property Damage     Destructive   Aggression
           •Stealing                         •Cruelty
           •Fire setting                     •Assault
           •Vandalism                        •Fighting
           •Lying                            •Bullying
                                             •Cruelty to animals
Covert                                                             Overt

         Status Offenses                     Oppositional
         •Truancy                            •Tantrums
         •Substance abuse                    •Noncompliance
         •Running away                       •Arguing
         •Curfew Violations                  •Annoying others
                                             •Stubbornness
                                             •Anger
                              Nondestructive •Touchiness
                                             •Defying adults
Classification of disruptive
behaviors
   Oppositional defiant disorder
       Requires 4 of the following:
           Loses temper often
           Argues frequently with adults
           Often openly defies or resists complying with rules
           Often does things deliberately to annoy people
           Frequently blames others for misbehaviors/mistakes
           Readily annoyed by others or touchy
           Often resentful or angry
           Frequently vindictive or spiteful
Classification of disruptive
behaviors
   Conduct disorder
       Similar to ODD, but involves violation of the basic
        rights of others and major age-appropriate
        societal norms
       Aggression toward people or animals, destruction
        of property, or theft or deceitfulness.
ODD: Long-term goals
   Comply with rules and accept direction from
    authority figures
   Interact with adults in a mutually respectful
    manner
   Replace defiant behavior with respect and
    cooperation
   Resolve conflict that underlies anger,
    hostility, and defiance
ODD: Short-term goals
   Describe perception of own behavior and feelings
    toward rules and authority figures
   Parents and teachers increase verbal praise,
    attention and rewards
   Recognize and verbalize hurt or angry feelings in
    constructive ways
   Identify targets of and causes for angry feelings
   Parents verbalize clear rules, boundaries, and
    behavioral expectations
   Parents ignore inappropriate behaviors
CD: Long-term goals
   Demonstrate increased honesty, compliance
    with rules, sensitivity to feelings and rights of
    others
   Comply with rules and expectations
   Stop all illegal and antisocial behaviors
   Express anger in a controlled, appropriate
    manner
   Improvement in impulse control
CD: Short-term goals
   Look at potential substance abuse problems
   Verbalize how feelings are connected to
    behavior
   Decrease frequency of lying and
    manipulating
   Parents increase the frequency of praise and
    positive reinforcement
   Identify feelings associated with past neglect,
    abuse, etc if appropriate

				
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