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How a Personality Is Made: A Review of The Origins of You

If you’re fascinated by the question of why people turn out the way they do—or if you’re a regular reader of this blog—you’re probably familiar with the work of academics such as Jay Belsky and his colleagues Avshalom Caspi, Terrie E. Moffitt, and Richie Poulton. These folks have been deeply involved with several major longitudinal studies, where a set of individuals are followed from childhood to adulthood, answering detailed questions about their lives every step of the way. This type of research tells us which types of children grow up to be which types of adults, and it offers hints as to how childhood experiences can aid or hinder human development.  Read More

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