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the presence of co-existing problems/disorders
co-morbidity
what takes place after a condition is established
course
an approach that involves understanding the dynamic relationship between the individual and the environment, and that seeks to explain why stability and change, growth, and aging take place over time
developmental perspective
the study of causes; also, the causal structure for processes and outcomes
etiology
genetic disposition; structure and/or function that is genetically determined
genotype
an organizing framework, typically stated in shorthand form
model
characterization determined by the visible attributes of an individual, as distinguished from their hereditary characteristics (i.e. their genotype)
phenotype
expected longer-term outcomes for a disorder, or a behavioral adaptation
prognosis
systems for classifying subgroups (types) of individuals with common characteristics
typologies