Human Development

Human development may refer to:

  • Human development (biology), the process of a human becoming biologically mature
  • Developmental psychology, also known as human development
  • Human development (humanity), as it relates to economics and standards of living
  • Human Development Index, an index used to rank countries by level of human development

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List Of U.S. States By American Human Development Index
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