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Maturation and behaviour

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Psychology
Course
Psychology 1000
Professor
Prof
Semester
Fall

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PsychologicalDevelopmentMATURATIONBEHAVIOURMaturation Can be defined as the process by which the various parts and characteristics of an organism reach full developmentConnected to behaviourBehaviour MaturesReadiness to acquire behaviour maturesAll children are potentially criminal ChildrenFor many behaviours to develop the person has to be mature enough and the opportunity has to be given to learn What is the optimal time for children to be sent to schoolLeonard sax gender matters boys and girls mature at different rates girls are further
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