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Etiological factorsEdit

In etiology,Factors or factor, a Latin word meaning 'who/which acts'. Etiological factors (or causal factors) in psychological outcomes may refer to:

Interaction of factorsEdit

It is important to understand that individual factors from these somewhat arbitrary groupings can act in a dynamic relationship over time in an individuals life history, playing causal roles in mental disorders, poor occupational and educational performanceetc, which themselves can become causal factors in peoples lives.





See alsoEdit

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