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Adult personality traits are believed to have a basis in infant temperament, meaning that individual differences in disposition and behavior appear early in life, possibly even before language or conscious self-representation develop. Classic theories of personality, such as Freud’s tripartite theory, and post-Freudian theories, including developmental stage theories and type theories, have often held the perspective that most For link : personality development occurs in childhood, and that personality is stable by the end of adolescence. Currently, lifespan perspectives that integrate theory and empirical findings dominate the research literature. The lifespan perspective of personality is based on the plasticity principle, that personality traits are open systems that can be influenced by the environment at any age. This interactional model of development emphasizes the relationships between an individual and her environment, and suggests that there is dialectic between continuity and change throughout the lifespan. Large-scale longitudinal studies have demonstrated that the most active period of personality development appears to be between the ages of 20-40. Personality grows increasingly consistent with age and plateaus sometime around age 50, but never reaches a period of total stability. Although change is less likely later in life, individuals retain the potential for change from infancy to old age. Personality traits demonstrate moderate levels of continuity, smaller but still significant normative or mean-level changes, and individual differences in change, often late into the life course. This pattern is influenced by genetic, environmental, transactional, and stochastic factors. The heritability of a trait may change depending on an individual’s environment and/or life events. An example of the way environment can moderate the expression of a gene.
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Shared family environment has virtually no effect on personality development, and that similarity between relatives is almost entirely due to shared genetics. Although the shared environment (including features like the personality, parenting styles, and beliefs of parents; socioeconomic status; neighborhood; nutrition; schools attended; number of books in the home; etc.) may have a lasting impact at the extremes of parenting practice, such as outright abuse, most personality researchers have concluded that the majority of “average expectable environments” do not have an effect on personality development.
Relevant Conferences from OMICS and out of OMICS
1. Excellent Communication and Influencing Presentation Skills on Nov 7,2014 at Belgium
2. 13th Annual Psychopharmacology Update: Pharmacotherapies for Treatment-Resistant Patients on Oct 25,2014 at United States
3. BPS Division of Health Psychology (DHP) Annual Conference on Sep 10-12, 2014 at UK
4. 4th Annual International Conference on Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology (CBP 2015) on Feb 9-10, 2014 at Singapore
5. Scientific Conference on Psychology, Sociology and Education on September 2-7, 2014 at Albena, Bulgaria
6. The 16th World Congress of Psychiatry on September 14-18, 2014 at Spain
7. 13th Annual Psychopharmacology Update: Pharmacotherapies for Treatment-Resistant Patients on October 25, 2014 at United States
8. 27th Annual U.S. Psychiatric and Mental Health Congress on September 20-23, 2014 at Orlando, FL, United States
9. Excellent Communication and Influencing Presentation SkillsNovember 7, 2014 at Brussels, Belgium
10. 17th Annual Conference of the International Society for Bipolar Disorders 2015June 3-6, 2015 at Toronto, Canada
List of Societies/Associations
1. SPA-Society for Personality Assessment
2. SPSP-Society for Personality and Social Psychology
3. The American Psychological Association
4. Social Behavior and Personality
5. Association for Research in Personality
6. European Association of Personality Psychology (EAPP)
7. International Society for the Study of Individual Differences (ISSID)
8. Personality Development Association
9. APS-Australian Psychological Society
10. Federation of Behavioral, Psychological and Cognitive Sciences
List of Workshops/Symposiums
1. The annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology will take place in Austin, Texas
2. International Symposium on Education, Psychology and Society on Sep4-6, 2014 at Japan
3. 5th International Symposium on Society, Education and Psychology (ISSTEP 2015) on May 21-23, 2015 at Indonesia
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