Is development hardwired? A Critical discussion using examples and evidence from across a range of developmental psychology topic areas

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Development is not hardwired since it is dependent on a number of aspects that drives or promotes development such as innovation, science, and technology. Development is dependent on the aspects that exist in the society such as economic situations and cannot be taught in class such as in the case of language and other subjects like math. Circumstances lead to people developing and adopting ideas that encourage the development…

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