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Equifinality, Multifinality, and the Rediscovery of the Importance of Early Experiences Pathways from Early Adversity to Psychiatric and (Functional) Somatic Disorders PATRICK LUYTEN, PH.D., NICOLE VLIEGEN, PH.D., BOUDEWIJN VAN HOUDENHOVE, M.D., PH.D., and SIDNEY J. BLATT, PH.D. Most current mainstream research, diagnostic assessment, and treat- ment strategies focus on specific psychiatric disorders—on diagnoses that are based on manifest symptoms within a categorical, atheoretical approach. This disorder-centered approach has been antithetical to psychoanalytic views, which are fundamentally person centered, focus- ing on the dynamics of individual lives. Growing realization of the high comorbidity among psychiatric disorders has led to the need to in- Patrick Luyten, Department of Psychology,
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