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1). Discuss the two most prominent theories related to the stage of adulthood: Erikson's Stage of Generativity vs. Stagnation and Levinson's Season's of a Man's Life.

2). Describe how theory conceptualizes middle adulthood and explain the growth of development changes that occur during this stage.

3). Describe the impact of daily hassles approach and daily uplifts approach on the midlife stage of adulthood.

4). In your solution, please address the role of stress and personal control on life satisfaction and happiness during midlife development.

Min. 250 words in length. Support your answers using reputable academic resources, and properly cite any references with an APA format.

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Erickson's theory conceptualizes middle adulthood and explains the growth of development changes that occur during this stage, as being the stage in which an individual seeks to make as many meaningful and pertinent contributions to the world at large as possible. This individual is seeking meaning in their life, and wants to ensure that their efforts have not been fruitless in providing for their families as well as providing ...

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This solution discusses Erickson's theory and Levinson's on the concepts of growth of development changes in middle adulthood in terms of individual objectives. It also includes the effects of daily hassles an uplifts approach and the role of stress and personal control on satisfaction. All references used are included.

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