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Attention to the non-medical concerns of infants, children, and adolescents and their families enhances total patient care by providing preventive service and anticipatory guidance especially in the areas of normative or expected behaviors, stress and coping, child rearing issues, school-related expectations and problems, and the effects of illness on behavior. Knowledge of age-appropriate behavior also allows the physician to recognize problem behaviors and facilitates earlier intervention.
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