Life span changes, development through stages of aging
In theory, over the course of the development of the research field of personality development and as proponents and researchers of trait theory indicate, it can be safely stated that personality changes do take place at some point in time. The research suggests that around 30 years of age, people do change - the bulk total of their life experiences and social conditions that they have either thrived in, strived against and barely survived, can all have very poignant effects of the personality crystallization of people - not all, bit many people. The very unique disposition of people, can predispose them to a sudden change and/ or a slower change in their thought processes, in their behaviors and mannerisms, & in their over all direction in life, that they may take.
Contemporary Research and what does it tell us?
When personality theory and contemporary research on the topic is read and reviewed, we find that not only does the personality ...
How does social interaction shape personality?
Through different ages, how does the individual progress to a stable or changed personality?