Conduct Disorder Directory
Conduct disorder can occur in children and teens. This emotional disorder goes beyond normal behavior problems; it is long-lasting and is disruptive and possibly dangerous. Symptoms include aggressive, destructive behavior, violation of rules, and deceit. Causes may include genetics, brain defects or injuries, an abusive environment, and others. Treatments range from therapy to medications. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how conduct disorder is caused, treated, and much more.
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
WebMD explains the causes, symptoms, and treatment of oppositional defiant disorder, or ODD, which affects children and teens.
What Is Conduct Disorder?
Conduct disorder is a serious behavioral and emotional disorder that can occur in children and teens. Learn more.
Preventing Temper Tantrums in Children: Strategies and Tips for Parents
When do you ignore your child's temper tantrum? When do you take action? WebMD provides tips and strategies to help you navigate a normal childhood behavior.
Conditions Similar to ADHD
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Child Getting in Trouble? How to Stop Lying, Bullying, and More
Parents can correct bad behavior in kids who are "troublemakers." Learn how to handle lying, fighting, and more.
Are Your Children Spoiled Rotten? Fits, Tantrums, and Other Signs
Do you spoil your children? For all ages and a myriad of behavior problems, WebMD helps parents regain control.
Is Your Child Spoiled?
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