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development

(Building), noun commercial building, construction, creation of housing project, development of industrial sites, erection, house-building program, housing, industrial area, industrial building, institution of commercial sites, residential building, urbanization

development

(Outgrowth), noun accomplishment, achievement, aftergrowth, aftermath, attainment, conclusion, consequence, consequent, derivation, effect, emanation, ending, ensual, event, eventuality, occurrence, offshoot, outcome, product, realization, result, resultant, sequel, side issue, upshot

development

(Progression), noun accretion, advance, advancement, amelioration, ampliation, amplification, anabasis, auctus, betterment, change, effectuation, elaboration, enhancement, evolution, evolvement, expansion, explicatio, furtherance, gain, germination, gradual evolution, growth, improvement, increase in size, lengthening, modernization, progress, progress to maturity, prooressive growth, progressus, promotion, refinement, reformation, regeneration, remodeling, renovation, reorganization, revision, stimulation, strengthening, supplementation, transfiguration, transformation, unfolding, unravelment, upgrowth, uptrend
Associated concepts: development costs
See also: accession, advancement, augmentation, boom, building, complication, conclusion, consequence, creation, denouement, discipline, effect, enlargement, event, growth, happening, headway, improvement, increase, manufacture, nascency, offshoot, outcome, outgrowth, preparation, progress, prosperity, reform, rehabilitation, result, transition
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We also investigated the possible association of some external factors on psychosocial development, including age, education, age at marriage, infertility duration and body image in both groups.
Additional family counselling succeeded in making the environment more conducive to the child's psychosocial development and subsequent improvement in his conduct and academic problems.
The purpose was to put to a stronger test the hypothesis that an unwanted pregnancy has negative effects on psychosocial development and mental health.
It is not yet clear how the differences in youths' subjective experiences in these two important domains may be associated with their psychosocial development.
The International Institute for Psychosocial Development is currently assisting tsunami victims in Indonesia with much-needed mental health programs.
Williams, inspired by the predicament of a headstrong schoolgirl acquaintance in Nagoya, set out to tell the story of an adolescent's psychosocial development in Japan.
The case for breast feeding includes improved neural and psychosocial development, potential protection against obesity and allergic disease and lower blood cholesterol in later life.
Long-term follow-up of 10 boys born without any of these more obvious disabilities has found that their psychosocial development at 10 years is similar to that of children with nonverbal learning disabilities and cerebellar mal-formation syndromes such as Joubert syndrome and spina bifida.
Hunger and poverty in the United States are severe enough to significantly impair the academic and psychosocial development of school-age children and adolescents, according to two Cornell studies.
The results suggested that individuals with higher levels of psychosocial development were engaging in more career development activities and were, in turn, receiving more job offers than were individuals who were less psychosocially mature.
To address psychosocial development, middle level educators can:

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