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chronological age

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchronological agechronological agea person’s chronological age is how old they actually are, rather than how old their mind or body seems chronological
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chronological ageTest scores can be compared directly with the scores obtained by normal children of the same chronological age.Carrow also suggests that, for children scoring below their chronological age equivalent, the separate subtests can provide useful qualitative information.The same ranging of, or variability in, Piagetian developmental levels is found at any chronological age group.If so, chronological age might influence treatment policy.There has never been a time more conscious of chronological age than our own.
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