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de·vel·op·men·tal grooves

fine lines found in the enamel of a tooth that mark the junction of the lobes of the crown in its development.
Synonym(s): developmental lines

de·vel·op·men·tal grooves

(dĕ-vel'ŏp-men'tăl grūvz)
Fine lines found in the enamel of a tooth that mark the junction of the lobes of the crown in its development.
Synonym(s): developmental lines.

de·vel·op·men·tal grooves

(dĕ-vel'ŏp-men'tăl grūvz)
Fine lines in tooth enamel that mark junction of lobes of crown in its development.
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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).
The four developmental lines of career adaptability (i.
Table 1 delineates a model of career adaptability along its four dimensions or developmental lines (Savickas, 2005a).
Thus, psychopathology is conceptualized as a failure in normal human development along one or more developmental lines.
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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.
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