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The features do not attempt to attribute causes or reasons for abnormal behavior to the individual alone. To the contrary, the understanding of particular impairments should be balanced with recognition of individual and situational circumstances. For example, a child’s behavior, thinking, and physical CHAPTER 1 Introduction to Normal and Abnormal Behavior in Children and Adolescents 11 status are all important considerations in determining the degree of success or failure in adapting to the demands of the environment.
Instead, they seem resilient despite their stress-filled environments, managing to achieve positive outcomes despite being at significant risk for psychopathology. Children who survive risky environments by using their strong self-confidence, coping skills, and abilities to avoid risk situations may be considered resilient—they seem able to fight off or recover from their misfortune (Luthar, 2006). These children are also most likely to show sustained competence while under stress, or to rebound to a previously healthy level of competence following traumatic or stressful experiences (Kim-Cohen, 2007).