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39 A few other studies and practices with physical developmental psychology are the phonological abilities of mature 5- to 11-year-olds, and the controversial hypotheses of left-handers being maturationally delayed compared to right-handers. For children ages 911 "friendships and peer relationships" increase in strength, complexity, and importance. 22 EDP considers both the reliably developing, species-typical features of ontogeny (developmental adaptations as well as individual differences in behavior, from an evolutionary perspective. 49 It has also been suggested that some reflexes (for example the moro and walking reflexes ) are predominantly adaptations to life in the womb with little connection to early infant development. Computational accounts of development often use either symbolic, connectionist ( neural network or dynamical systems models to explain the mechanisms of development. 21 Evolutionary developmental psychology edit Main article: Evolutionary developmental psychology Evolutionary developmental psychology is a research paradigm that applies the basic principles of Darwinian evolution, particularly natural selection, to understand the development of human behavior and cognition.