age norm

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Noun1.age norm - the average age at which particular performances are expected to appearage norm - the average age at which particular performances are expected to appear
average, norm - a statistic describing the location of a distribution; "it set the norm for American homes"
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A distinctive feature of this type of intervention is to create a "NEO" channel of the dura mater larger than 1/3 of the age norm medullary canal and to fix interrupted sutures to avoid corrugation at its formation," the statement said.
In contrast, other artists choose to move off the public stage as they age beyond what many would consider the age norm for their professions.
Brittain, children progress through stages of development in their artwork in predictable ways, with wide variations within an age norm or stage.
This plus a separate regulation on speed control alarms for private vehicles will drive the new age norms in 2018, said auto industry experts.
Age trends and age norms for the NEO personality inventory-3 in adolescents and adults.
draws together nine chapters that examine what shapes human behavior related to biological, psychological, and social age norms across all major developmental stages.
A developmental delay is diagnosed when the acquisition of developmental milestones is slowed to a rate of 70% or more below the age norms in one or more of the following areas: physical, social, emotional, intellectual, speech and language, and/or adaptive development (also known as self-help skills).
Abstract: This empirical study compared the average ages at which four children with congenital blindness acquired 29 verbal skills with given age norms for sighted children.
Neugarten, Moore, and Lowe (1965) found that the perceived timeliness of an event (whether or not it was perceived as being "on-time") was particularly significant to an individual's assessment of the effect of specific transitions; moreover, age norms and expectations play a direct role in an individual's decision to begin and end particular activities.
0 standard deviations above gender and age norms and severe as greater than 3.
Ages at life course transitions are influenced by informal age norms and formal age rules and laws.
Age norms for the test are available, and it is widely used.