Meaning of maturational in English:

maturational

adjective

See maturation

‘‘The situation of the growing brain might deserve special concern, since biological and maturational processes are particularly vulnerable,’ he said.’
  • ‘In addition, a common feature of the traditional view in professional education is that students develop according to a maturational unfolding of their abilities.’
  • ‘In accordance with their criteria, we were unable to detect a maturational pattern in our cases.’
  • ‘Having exhausted all the ‘folk’ possibilities, parents might become concerned that learning difficulties such as dyslexia or early maturational delay might be the cause of the their boy's reluctance to read.’
  • ‘This protective effect is believed to be exerted during a critical period early in life, when the development of the immune system requires environmental signals that trigger precoded maturational mechanisms.’