chapter nineSummary and Hopes for the Future

DOI: 10.1201/9781003254065-9

In its simplest form, the scientific method can be thought of as learning from our mistakes and trying to correct them. True scientists try to think rationally, never adopt dogmatic opinions, and are always willing to listen to opposing views. They never claim to know the absolute truth but are relentless in their search for it. Let us now summarize some of the issues that we have been considering. Before doing so, let me reiterate: The views I express are ones that I currently hold. They are not rigid and can be altered by considering new facts or rational arguments.

  1. We are not providing the conditions for young people to develop resilience. One way of addressing this ...

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