|Our developmental framework and our answers to the risk status questions are based primarily on conceptual, rather than empirical analyses. We encourage others to join us in examining the linkages proposed in our frameworks and in answering the questions regarding risk status posed in this chapter.|
Preparation of this chapter and the collection of the data reported herein were supported, in part, by grants from Health and Welfare Canada and the Ontario Mental Health Foundation. We would like to thank Jay Belsky and Al Cheyne for their helpful comments on an earlier draft.
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