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Dvelopmental Psychology

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Please help shaping an approach or framework to some questions. See attachment.

? How do we determine the genetically susceptible individuals?
? How do we overcome the effect of their primary environment to create a permanent change in the developmental process?
? How do we determine if the intervention we are suggesting will not make the stressors on the individual worse thus increasing the original problem?

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1. How do we determine the genetically susceptible individuals?

Genetically susceptible individuals have a family history of certain conditions or traits that have been passed on, including physical and psychological ailments. Therefore, taking a comprehensive family history of medical and psychological conditions, diseases, mental health issues, addictions, etc. is essential to determining if a person is genetically susceptible and to what conditions.

2. How do we overcome the effect of their ...

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This solution explores how to determine the genetically susceptible individuals and how to overcome the effect of their primary environment to create a permanent change in the developmental process. It also discusses how to determine if an intervention will not make the stressors on the individual worse thus increasing the original problem. References are provided.

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