Exam 2

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Maturation refers to
a. the acquistion of socially acceptable behaviors
b. biological growth processes that are relatively uninfluenced by experience
c. any learned behavior patterns that accompany personal growth and development
d. the physical and sexual development of early adolescence

Answer:
b. biological growth processes that are relatiely uninfluenced by experienced

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