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Q1 Whats the difference b/w growth, maturation and development??

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Q1 Whats the difference b/w growth, maturation and development??

Q2. What are the phases of growth, maturation and development??
growth and maturation are almost similar and they are related to nature, whereas development involves nurture....
growth refers to the physical and orderly changes in the body with age, on the other hand development includes experience as well that how your different aspects of life developed with the passage of time....
growth is somewhat physical and development covers vast range of life....
maturation or growth is genetically controlled, development involves environmental domains as well....

i hope it will help you a bit, as it's not the complete answer.

growth includes,physical, mental....then there are certain stages as well...embryonic, prenatal, post natal, early childhood, childhood, late childhood, adolescence, old age etc...

in each phase then we observe social, physical,cognitive and other aspects of development.
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Growth is one of the characteristics of living organisms. It is a process which involves to increase the size and complexity and change the shape of the bodies of living organisms. Growth is irreversible
Growth is irreversible. Growth in humans is rapid at two stages- first, during the period of gestation and two years after the birth of a child and second, during adolescence ( the age from 11 to 17 or 18 ).
Maturation has diverse meanings.
One meaning that is relevant to the topic of growth is "the process of being mature". This period starts by the end of the puberty in human.
The term "development" can be used in a broader sense to define many different forms of life. However, development and growth are not similar.



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growth and maturation are almost similar and they are related to nature, whereas development involves nurture....
growth refers to the physical and orderly changes in the body with age, on the other hand development includes experience as well that how your different aspects of life developed with the passage of time....
growth is somewhat physical and development covers vast range of life....
maturation or growth is genetically controlled, development involves environmental domains as well....

i hope it will help you a bit, as it's not the complete answer.

growth includes,physical, mental....then there are certain stages as well...embryonic, prenatal, post natal, early childhood, childhood, late childhood, adolescence, old age etc...

in each phase then we observe social, physical,cognitive and other aspects of development.

Mano g you have almost said it about development and growth.
However, development and growth are not similar in a sense.
The growth stops with the start of maturation. Maturity is the point of life when no more true growth occurs. An increase in the number of cells at this stage is solely used for regeneration processes. Whereas the development continues in many different forms of life
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i think growth ,maturation and development are three different things.growth is the increase in the physical structure of living organism.it is the increase in the organs of living things.growth is quantitive change in the bodies of living organism.
the development is the increase and expantion of mental capabilities of living organism.in other words,it is qualititive changes in the living organism.develoment is the improvement in the innante abilities of livings. for examle a person is said to be developed if he has outstanding abiliities lilke power of reasoning, logic,power of differenciation,and other abilities.
while the maturation is the combination of the above mentioned quantitive and qualititive changes in living organism.
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Growth is physical or outer process
Development is inner process
hai bazahir dono hi nashonuma but growth body ki pshyically hoti hai. jaise height ka barhna. balo ka barhna.

and develpment body k andr hoti hai organism ki. okkkk
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Phases of Growth in Human:

1. Gestation: It takes 40 weeks to complete. The growth in this phase is very fast. All requirements are obtained by embryo via placenta.
2. Infancy (or Early Childhood): It starts from birth of the baby till two years. The growth rate is fast. The baby is dependent on others for food at this stage.
3. Childhood: This phase of growth starts from 3 years of age till 10 years. The growth and mental development is steady in this stage. The child starts to become independent.
4. Adolescence: This phase starts from 11 years of age and ends by 17th or 18th year. This is the stage an optimal growth spurt, puberty and mental development. Human in this stage becomes increasingly independent.
5. Adulthood: This starts from the 18th year and ends by the 60th. Human undergoes peak health and fitness at this phase of life but no true growth occurs. Maturity or maturation is concomitant with adulthood. Human is completely independent at this stage of life.
6. Old age: This starts from the 60th year till death. At this stage human undergoes tissue degeneration and is increasingly dependent.

I have no detailed idea about the phases of maturation and development. I will sure put here when I study them.

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