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Biosocial theories tell us about the impact of intellectual, emotional, social and biological influences in people. One theory cannot support the emotional, cognitive and social development of children. However, you will find that learning about and applying a variety of developmental theories can contribute to a well-rounded child.

BIOSOCIAL THEORY: "Biosocial Theory is called as physiological psychology. "

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