Some Tips for Personality Development

Jun 2nd, 2015
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Stages of personality development ________________________________________ Introduction. Infancy stage of personality development. Toddler hood stage of personality development. Preschool stage of personality development. School age stage of personality development. Adolescence stage of personality development. Young adulthood stage personality development. Middle adulthood stage of personality development. Older adulthood stage of personality development.

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Stages of personality developmentIntroduction.Infancy stage of personality development.Toddler hood stage of personality development.Preschool stage of personality development.School age stage of personality development.Adolescence stage of personality development.Young adulthood stage personality development.Middle adulthood stage of personality development.Older adulthood stage of personality development.Introduction:The aspects of the existence of an individual are numerous, most of which are genetically determined and in the majority of cases, environment has a critical role in the completion of what nature has started. Personality and its changes over life span are a good example on such phenomenon. Personality is defined as the distinguishing characteristics of an individual which differentiate him/her from others when displayed in a wide variety of situations and circumstances especially social ones (1). In fact, the development of personality which is the outcome as previously mentioned of interaction between genetic make-up of an individual and his environment, starts prenatally or even before conception since genetics has something to do with it. In children, personality has a considerable potential for growth and changes i.e. very flexible, but it is rigid i.e. unalterable in adults (1). Personality and its development are under influence of some determinants. Environment is considered the major extrinsic one (2). Cultur

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