12 Seems unaware of the differences between him/herself and authority figures (e.g. parents, teachers, police).
13 If pressurised to do something, s/he may have a ‘meltdown’ (e.g. scream, tantrum, hit or kick).
14 Likes to be told s/he has done a good job.
15 Mood changes very rapidly (e.g. switches from affectionate to angry in an instant).
16 Knows what to do or say to upset specific people.
17 Blames or targets a particular person.
18 Denies behaviour s/he has committed, even when caught red handed.
19 Seems as if s/he is distracted 'from within'.
20 Makes an effort to maintain his/her reputation with peers.
21 Uses outrageous or shocking behaviour to get out of doing something.
22 Has bouts of extreme emotional responses to small events (e.g. crying/giggling, becoming furious).
23 Social interaction has to be on his or her own terms.