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Such findings have provided strong evidence of continuity while at the same time indicating that there are many "turnarounds" among antisocial children. Presumably a group marked by continuity of maldevelopment provides a strong base for the exploration of both risk and prognostic factors. Those children who move toward healthier adaptations in early adulthood may provide a basis for comparing the relative frequency and strengths of risk factors evident in their histories, as well as the presence of redeeming protective factors that serve to inhibit the expression of antisocial disorder.

When Kopp and Krakow (1983) recently set forth a research agenda for this area, they called for more attention to the environmental modifiers 22 ANN S. MASTEN AND NORMAN GARMEZY of biological risk, both positive and negative, as well as the individual factors associated with resiliency in these children at risk. Thus, the search for protective as well as risk factors appears to be underway. 2. Comments To summarize, the literature on infants at risk for developmental problems due to perinatal risk factors has indicated little evidence of long-term negative outcomes, except in conjunction with poor rearing conditions or manifest physical handicaps or brain damage (Kopp, 1983; Sameroff & Chandler, 1975; Werner, Bierman, & French, 1971).

The centrality of this finding is related to information processing of environmental signals and basic cognitive processes implicated in the brain's responses to noting environmental discrepancies. Such findings, if replicated, suggest that there may be possible neurophysiological indicators that can serve as markers of vulnerability to later schizophrenic pathology. However, far more extensive research with this variable is needed, which is also true of the preceding examples of differentiators that have been offered.

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