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What is antisocial behavior? A. behavior that benefits others, such as helping, sharing, comforting, and cooperating B. behavior that goes along with the beliefs of a group C. behavior that is harmful to others, including prejudice and aggression D. behavior that is the result of someone else's request
Antisocial behavior is a behavior that is harmful to others, including prejudice and aggression.
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Antisocial behavior is a behavior that is harmful to others, including prejudice and aggression.

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