Competence -environmental press theory refers to a theory under Ecological and Systems Theory proposed by Lawton and Nahenow which proposed that adaptation is optimal when ability and demands are in balance . This theory put strong emphasis on biological, psychological and social effects on human development and put moderate emphasis on life cycle.

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