an perspective based upon the idea that behavior varies spanning a procession from result oriented operations to serious character disarrangement. It concludes that distinctions between individuals' behavior are a thing of degree instead of type.

CONTINUUM APPROACH: "In accordance with the continuum approach, Beth's behavior was merely erratic, and a part of her personality, not anything linked to disorder or cause for concern."
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