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Alberty1 Foundations of Human Development in the Social Environment Paper Danielle Alberty RN#9035090020 BSHS/325 HUMAN SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENT Monday March 31, 2014 Richard Van Cleave
Alberty2 Human developments consist of biological, psychological, and social process that a human will go through to reach full maturity in their life time. This is the process which helps to define who we are, how your interaction and view the environment and life journey. Understanding human development and how it affects an individual is an essential theme in human services. Understanding the bio-psycho-social dimensions of human development, having cultural competency, and comprehending the general systems theory and how it works are all important parts of being an effective human service professional. The Interactions between the Bio-Psycho-Social Dimensions of Human Development, Human Development consists of three dimensions: biological, psychological, and social. These three aspects of human development interact together to create an individual’s identity and personality. The Biological dimensions of an individual affect their ability to interact with the world physically. If an individual has a genetic disability such as a birth defect that affects their mobility, for example, it is a challenge to interact with their environment on a personal level unless the individual has help from another or from tools of aid for mobility. The Psychological

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