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[ UK /dɪvˈɛləpmˈɛntə‍l/ ]
[ US /dɪˌvɛɫəpˈmɛnəɫ, dɪˌvɛɫəpˈmɛntəɫ/ ]
  1. of or relating to or constituting development
    developmental psychology
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How To Use developmental In A Sentence

  • Homeobox genes encode transcription factors involved in many aspects of developmental processes.
  • Furthermore, developmental psychologists found evidence that self-recognition correlates with empathy.
  • People most at risk are those with an autistic spectrum disorder, a developmental problem, not a mental health problem.
  • As developmental paediatrician to a neonatal referral centre she followed many low birthweight children with great skill.
  • Objective To assess the effect of repeated gonadotropic stimulations on the developmental potential and growth differentiation factor-9 (GDF-9) expression of mouse oocytes.
  • Long sympathetic neurons and sensory neurons, with particular reference to those of the dorsomedial quadrant of spinal ganglia in chick embryo [12], provided a most valuable system for demonstrating the three main activities of NGF, i.e., 1) its vital trophic role during the early developmental stages, 2) its property of enhancing differentiative processes such as neurite outgrowth, and 3) of guiding the growing or regenerating neurites along its own concentration gradient. [ Nobel Lecture The Nerve Growth Factor: Thirty-Five Years Later
  • Dances spread from theater stage to the average family realizes public communication recurring to the camera lens, which followed by the high-tech developmental television.
  • Current areas of investigation include neurohumoral, cellular and molecular mechanisms regulating airway contractility, airway smooth muscle growth and cell surface receptor expression; regulation of postnatal development and growth of the lung; developmental effects of pulmonary inflammation and oxidative lung injury on airway and pulmonary vascular reactivity; biochemical and molecular regulation of membrane ion channels in cystic fibrosis; maturational changes in chest wall and airway function; pulmonary manifestations of sickle cell disease; the physiological basis of ventilator dependence in children with chronic respiratory insufficiency; and developmental aspects of respiratory mechanics and ventilatory control. Fellowship Program in Pulmonary Medicine
  • Life events can be developmental in nature: weaning, toilet training and puberty are examples that characterise all people's lives.
  • Because of the mixed picture, researchers have debated whether it is a superability or disability, as it almost always occurs in children with developmental problems. Mind Hacks: The neuroscience of hyper-reading
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