A 16-year-old who has features of bullying, spiteful, vindictive behavior, defiance of rules, continual blaming of others, and frequent use of obscene language has features of which behavioral disorder?
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ODD is defined by less severe behavior than conduct disorder.
Conduct disorder is defined as several antisocial behaviors like stealing, lying, fire setting, vandalism, and physical cruelty to people and animals.
Bipolar disorder is defined as alternating depression and mania.
ADHD patients may have a comorbid condition such as ODD or conduct disorder along with other mood disturbance disorders such as bipolar.
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