Medical model refers to the view that abnormal behaviors result from physical problems and should be treated medically; a conceptual framework that views an individual’s problems as being “inside” of the person and resulting from a variety of causative factors such as genetic predisposition, internal conflicts, early traumatic experiences, and/or metabolic factors.
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Medical model refers to the view that abnormal behaviors result from physical problems and should be treated medically.
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