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development

see NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT.

development

The process of improving raw land.

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In this study we used the PC12 model to address several key aspects of the developmental neurotoxicity of CPF.
College level developmental reading and study skills programs: Survey report and overview.
The Air Force is determined to create these skills in our most competitive officers and make this a highly desired developmental path.
11) Almost two-thirds reported that it was difficult to find dentists willing to treat individuals with developmental disabilities.
It costs almost $150,000 a year to house a person with developmental disabilities in a state institution where employees are paid twice as much, compared with $60,000 a year Medi-Cal pays community providers, says Ron Cohen, executive director of United Cerebral Palsy of Los Angeles.
Children requiring a full developmental assessment visit the Preschool Diagnostic Center for an assessment.
Not recommended for therapy or clinical work, the ideal applications are in executive developmental coaching and to develop organizational bench strength in emotional competence.
In the remainder of this article, we use a developmental approach to career counseling to explain how counselors can address the many needs of clients who have a serious psychiatric illness.
The 2003 Kellogg Institute will train faculty, counselors and administrators from developmental and learning assistance programs in the most current techniques for promoting learning improvement.
Unlike pediatricians, we don't have charts of proven developmental norms of ages and stages to show a parent who asks us, "What's a good age to start lessons?
According to several new frameworks, discoveries in evolutionary developmental biology indicate that the interplay of genes, cells, organisms, and habitats orchestrates physical and mental growth in members of a species.
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