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Biological Predisposition

Biological Predisposition

Author: Barbara Ludins

This lesson will examine the components involved in the biological predisposition of maturation, personality and behavior.  Maturation, Readiness, biological predisposition

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Terms to Know

Unfolding of skills and growth in a predictable way, allows for the condition of readiness.

—Biological Predisposition

Readiness to learn new skills can be influenced by heredity.


Internal timing mechanism; as children mature, they can learn new skills more rapidly. A child may be prepared to reach new milestones more quickly because of previous development. As we acquire mental abilities in steps according to age and readiness.