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Include at least 3 examples of challenging behavior that are commonly seen in young children
Many studies cite a correlation between the early onset of challenging behaviors, later deviancy, and criminal behavior, and several studies have documented an increase in the prevalence of challenging behaviors in young children. [ Given the documented correlation between challenging behaviors and later deviant behaviors, the increasing reported prevalence of these behaviors in U.S. ]
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