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Sentence Correction: Parts of Speech - Adjective

Life experience, social-economic background, psychiatric profile, and even physiological structure can all contribute to a child's aggression behavior.

Excellent!

This answer choice correctly uses the adjective aggressive to describe the noun behavior.

Incorrect.

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect and repeats the original mistake. The word aggression is a noun. The adjective form of this word should be used to describe the noun behavior.

Incorrect.

This answer corrects the original grammatical error by changing the noun aggression to the adjective aggressive so that it describes the noun behavior. However, it is stylistically flawed. The phrase can all be a contribution to is redundant.

Incorrect.

This answer corrects the original grammatical error by changing the noun aggression to the adjective aggressive so that it describes the noun behavior. 

However, it also changes the sentence's meaning by splitting the phrase physiological structure into physiology and structure. In the original sentence, the adjective physiological is used  to describe the noun structure.

Incorrect.

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect. The word aggression is a noun. The adjective form of this word should be used to describe the noun behavior.

Life experience, social-economic background, psychiatric profile, and even physiological structure can all contribute to a child's aggression behavior
Social-economic background, life experience,  psychiatric profile, and even physiology and structure can all contribute to a child's aggressive behavior
Psychiatric profile, life experience, social-economic background, and even physiological structure can all be a contribution to a child's aggressive behavior
Psychiatric profile, social-economic background, life experience, and even physiological structure can all contribute to the aggression behavior of a child
Socio-economic background, life experience, psychiatric profile, and even physiological structure can all contribute to a child's aggressive behavior