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Protects the child (the child remains positive). At each additional point in time (t3 , t4 , . _ . tn), the environment may change; however, it has little effect on the child because the intraorganism trait is maintained. Of some question is the prolonged impact of a stress given the protective factor. It is possible to consider such a factor in several ways. In the first place, a protective factor can act to increase the threshold before a stress can affect the child_ Stress will have an effect, but it will do so only after a certain level is past.

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