Lee B. Maxey, found in Mary Opal Wolanin and Linda Ree Fraelich Phillips, Confusion: Prevention and Care, C. V. Mosby Company, 1981


Physical growth continues to somewhere around the age of 24 or 25. At this point in time body cells cease to replace themselves at the same rate at which they are dying, and we begin to die, or age. The process continues until our death and affects all body systems. This is the natural organic growth process, and it is with this process that the medical profession has been primarily concerned.





The end result of this analysis was to elaborate the diagram of the causal structure in one particular part, illustrated in Figure 2.... [W]ith the use of this concept we located rebellious groups of girls, much smaller than the group of working class oriented boys.