The second digit describes the type of hypoplasia:0: linear transverse and encircling lesion occurring along the developmental lines
of enamel; 1: roughly round or oblong lesion presenting plane or concave area with an opaque white or brown shade measuring 1 to 5 mm in diameter.
To study the origin of worker developmental lines
, different characters were measured.
can be looked at as a series of questions that life asks us again and again.
Examples of these developmental lines
include cognitive development, psycho-sexual development, personality development, psychosocial development, moral development, emotional and social intelligence, and multiple other intelligences.
Almost all behaviors youth demonstrate can and should be assessed along these developmental lines
before conclusions are made about psychopathology.
This conceptual refinement indicates developmental lines
rooted in childhood wherein children must establish a foundation of (a) concern about the future, (b) control over their lives, (c) curiosity about occupational careers, and (d) confidence to construct a future and deal with career barriers (Savickas, 2002a, 2005b).
Some of these developmental lines
are cognition, self-identity, object relations, morality, role taking, psychosexuality, emotion or affect, creativity, aesthetics, altruism, interpersonal, spiritual, values, needs, and worldviews.
As we shall notice, as a model supportive of developmental evolution or growth, Wilber's work specifically includes developmental lines
or streams pertaining to self or identity development that inherently incorporate cognitive, psychosocial, and psychosexual factors (Integral Naked, 2004; Wilber, 1997, 1999, 2001).
In any case, as this example indicates, just as the objects of joy vary across time and space, depending on the context of some culturally specific symbol system or set of systems, so the feeling of joy itself is nuanced along cultural lines and within specific cultures along developmental lines
As human beings we seem to be driven to categorizing aspects of the world into neat boxes -- the popular, the literary, the folk, the oral, and the literate -- developmental lines
and sociocultural boxes.
This framework provides four developmental lines
of career adaptability, some of which reflect on earlier theoretical formulations, such as the concept of career control and Roe's (1956) earlier work on parent-child relationships.
In this article, we provide a summary of the self-system, discuss the dynamics of healthy growth and psychogenic pathology, illustrate the relationship between the self-system and related developmental lines
, and then conclude with a general discussion of clinical applications.