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o Kabilang sa mga halimbawa o katangian ng mapanggulong pagkilos ng mga bata ang mga sumusunod:[1] * Ang hindi pagsunod sa ipinaguutos ng mga magulang at mga nakatatanda (katulad ng mga guro). Bagaman karaniwan sa mga bata ang paminsan-minsang pagsuway sa mga utos, sa mapanggulong kilos ng mga bata tumutukoy ito sa hindi pagsunod sa halos lahat ng bagay, kahit na mayroong kapalit na mabigat na parusa. * Mayroon ang bata ng madalas at malubhang pag-aalboroto, na mahigit kaysa pangkaraniwang batang nasa katulad nilang edad. * Mayroon ang bata ng agresibong pagkilos katulad ng pananakit sa ibang tao, paninira ng ari-arian ng ibang tao, pagbabanta sa ibang tao, at may mapanganib na gawi, halimbawa na ang pagnanakaw at pagtatangkang sasaktan ang ibang tao. * Mayroon ang bata ng gawi sa pagsagot o pagtugon na palaging may kasamang pagsalungat, pakikipagtalo, at pagpapalaki ng mga maliliit na bagay. Nais ng bata na palaging sila ang may huling mga pananalita. * Mayroong ugali ang bata na ayaw gumawa ng pang-araw-araw na gawain, halimbawa na ang mga gawaing bahay o takdang-aralin, at paglilinis ng katawan. Naiiba ito sa karaniwang batang may karumihan sa kanilang pook na tulugan at may pagbabantulot na tumulong sa mga gawain sa bahay, sapagkat sa batang may mapanggulong pagkilos ay may palagiang pagtanggi sa pagtulong o magbigay ng tuon o pansin sa pagpapanatili ng kalinisan o pangangalagang pangkatawan. * Mayroong katangian ang batang palagiang nagsisinungaling kahit na hindi naman kailangan. Pangkaraniwan sa lahat ng mga kabataan ang magsinungaling, partikular kung umiiwas na malagay sa panganib o magulong sitwasyon, o kung may ninanais na makuha o matanggap. * Mayroon katangian ang bata ng "pagsalungat sa lipunan" at nakayayamot na pag-uugali, partikular na kung mayroong lubhang pagkagalit, na kinakakakitaan ng pagmumura, pagdura sa ibang tao, at pagbabalewala sa kalooban ng ibang tao. * Kabilang din rito ang mga ugaling dulot ng mga nagaganap sa bata o kanyang paligid, katulad ng mga suliranin sa tahanan. Kasama sa makikitang ugali ng bata ang pagiging mahirap pakisamahan o pakitunguhan, at madalas na hindi pagtugon o hindi pagpansin sa pagkalinga ng ibang taong nais tumulong sa kanya. Kalimitang nagtatagal at lumulubha ang ganitong mga suliraning pangkatangian ng bata.

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