Chapter 6 - Overview of evidence-based treatment components for oppositional defiant disorder
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AbstractEvidence-based treatment components are introduced, including differential attention, effective commands and consistent consequences including rewards, time-out, cognitive skills, problem-solving, and treatment for other related problems. These treatment components are linked with treatments and case examples. Online and other resources for treatment components are provided. Differential attention, effective commands, and consistent consequences including rewards, and time-out are the most important for young children, while cognitive skills and problem-solving are more important for adolescents. Treatment for other related problems can be important for children with cooccurring problems. A component-based approach can be useful for tailoring treatment to individual child and family needs.

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