Choose a theory or theories of human development that you believe accurately accounts for human development.
Explain why you chose this theory/theories. (What do you like about the theory.)
Include examples from your life that support the validity of the theory.
Define each of the four forces in the biopsychosocial framework.
Provide an example of each force from your life.
Choose one of the four forces and describe how it fits into the theory you used in Part I of this assignment.
The use of outside resources is strongly recommended and all papers must be citcixed and written in APA format.
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