Continuity refers to a condition that characterizes a culture when a child is given information and responsibilities that apply directly to his or her adult behavior. Continuity also refers to a Gestalt principle evident in our tendency to perceive patterns as continuous. (see Closure, Prägnanz, Proximity, Similarity.)

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