The evaluation of physical, emotional, cognitive and social development of a child.
A view saying that development results from bi-directional interaction between biological and experiential variables.
The combining form of toward or on the right.
Classification used in hospitals as a financing tool.
Linguistics concerned with dialects.
Cognitive model that relates consciousness to awareness.
The ability to select components in a diet to maintain a good nutritional balance.
The fertility rate of a group compared to another group.
The thalmic nuclei that project fibres to the cerebral cortex. See thalamus.
See opioid analgesics.