HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: CHANGE AND STABILITY

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HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: CHANGE AND STABILITY.

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: CHANGE AND STABILITY.

As we study human development, our focus turns to change and stability. Do people’s personalities ever really change? Or are we destined to make similar choices throughout our lives?

Read Invisibilia: Is Your Personality Fixed, Or Can You Change Who You Are? by Alix Spiegel (2016). This article explores the question through the dramatic example of a man in prison for a heinous crime.
Pick one position—either stability or change—and provide a rationale for your choice. You can also learn more about personality on page 3.12 in Chapter 3 of our webtext.
To receive full credit, remember to write 2 posts in the discussion: one original and a response to another student. Your original post should be at least 7 sentences, and your reply should be at least 4 sentences.

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: CHANGE AND STABILITY.

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HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: CHANGE AND STABILITY.

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: CHANGE AND STABILITY.

As we study human development, our focus turns to change and stability. Do people’s personalities ever really change? Or are we destined to make similar choices throughout our lives?

Read Invisibilia: Is Your Personality Fixed, Or Can You Change Who You Are? by Alix Spiegel (2016). This article explores the question through the dramatic example of a man in prison for a heinous crime.
Pick one position—either stability or change—and provide a rationale for your choice. You can also learn more about personality on page 3.12 in Chapter 3 of our webtext.
To receive full credit, remember to write 2 posts in the discussion: one original and a response to another student. Your original post should be at least 7 sentences, and your reply should be at least 4 sentences.

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: CHANGE AND STABILITY.