Protective Factors

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Given the presence of risk, protective factors make negative outcomes less likely.

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Protective Factors
1 Child
1.1 Cognitive abilities
1.1.1 Problem-solving
1.1.2 Attentional skills
1.2 Infancy
1.2.1 Easy temperament
1.3 Later development
1.3.1 Adaptable personality
1.4 Positive self-perceptions
1.5 Self-efficacy
1.6 Faith
1.6.1 Meaning in life
1.7 Positive outlook
1.8 Self-regulation
1.8.1 Emotional arousal
1.8.2 Impulses
1.9 Talents valued
1.9.1 Self
1.9.2 Society
1.10 Humour
1.11 Appeal/attractive
2 Family
2.1 Close relationships
2.1.1 Caregiving adults
2.2 Authoritative parenting

Annotations:

  • NOT AuthoriTARIAN
2.2.1 High on
2.2.1.1 Warmth
2.2.1.2 Structure/monitoring
2.2.1.3 Expectations
2.3 Positive 'climate'
2.3.1 Low parental discord
2.4 Organized home environment
2.5 Parents
2.5.1 Postsecondary education
2.5.2 Same PF's as child

Annotations:

  • PF = Protective factors
2.5.3 Involved in C's education
2.6 Socioeconomic advantages
3 Other relationships
3.1 Close
3.1.1 Adults
3.1.1.1 Competent
3.1.1.2 Prosocial
3.1.1.3 Supportive
3.2 Peers
3.2.1 Prosocial
3.2.2 Rule-abiding
4 Community
4.1 Effective schools
4.2 Prosocial organisations
4.2.1 Schools
4.2.2 Clubs
4.3 Neighbourhoods
4.3.1 High collective efficacy
4.4 Good:
4.4.1 Emergency
4.4.2 Public health/healthcare
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