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The etiology of childhood schizophrenia is more accurately described as--------
A. Developmental
B. Environmental
C. Familial
D. Genetic
E. Multifactorial
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E - Multifactorial.
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Familial + genetic + environmental = multifactorial. Choice E.
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The etiology of childhood schizophrenia is more accurately described as--------
A. Developmental
B. Environmental
C. Familial
D. Genetic
E. Multifactorial
multifactorial i think
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I think i would also go with

E. Multifactorial
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E. Multifactorial...
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