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What is the rate of incidence for oppositional defiant disorder?

Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) affects boys more than girls. Some studies show that it may affect around 20 percent of children in school, though many professionals believe this number is high. These studies may be flawed, since they may be biased when it comes to race, culture, or gender.

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Can I develop oppositional defiant disorder as an adult?
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Who is affected by oppositional defiant disorder?
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Is oppositional defiant disorder related to ADHD?
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