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Synonyms for growth

Synonyms for growth

Synonyms for growth

(biology) the process of an individual organism growing organically

a progression from simpler to more complex forms

vegetation that has grown

the gradual beginning or coming forth

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(pathology) an abnormal proliferation of tissue (as in a tumor)

something grown or growing

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Although first-time fathers in both intervention and control groups reported increased competence in parenting over time, fathers in the intervention group were significantly more skilled in fostering cognitive growth and maintained their sensitivity to infant cues when the baby was eight months old.
62] and fathers in the intervention became more skilled in fostering cognitive growth than fathers in the control group [F (1, 160) = 9.
As previously mentioned, a child's early cognitive growth and development is at risk when parents do not plan for preschool attendance, literature and technology accessibility, and cultural exposure (Lee and Burkam 2002).
In summary, three key aspects of Piaget's theory of cognitive growth include sequential stages, intentionality of the individual as "equilibrium-seeking," and a culture-neutral lens.
The above discussion of the distinctions between the developmentalists' perspective of cognitive growth as interpreted through the modernist lens and our adapted concept of liminality is summarized in Figure 4.
Knowing and Understanding Students Competent music teachers have knowledge and understanding of students' physical, social and cognitive growth and their past musical experiences.
Most cognitive growth occurs when campers are faced with new, somewhat difficult circumstances.
Programs that help children not only to count, sort, identify, and match but also to notice relationships, predict cause and effect, understand properties, draw conclusions, and solve problems support cognitive growth for young children (Davidson & Wright, 1994).
Training can also lead to positive changes in cooperating teachers' cognitive growth, active listening, use of different teaching models, and self-direction (Thies-Sprinthall, 1984).
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