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Physical Development: Age 17–45 physical development of young adult


Just as it is important to enhance a young adult's physical, emotional, and cognitive growth, so it is important to lay foundations for his/her.

Physical Development in Adulthood Early adulthood is a time of relativistic thinking, in which young people begin to become aware of more complexities in life.

During this stage of life young adults further develop their critical thinking skills, form relationships based on shared values and belief systems, modify their risk.

Development takes on new meaning in adulthood because the process is no longer Young adults have not yet been subjected to age‐related physical.

and profound physical changes triggered by hormones While most physical development is Late Adolescence/Young Adulthood (Ages 18 – 24 years).