Personality Change And Development

Age trajectory

  • Josefsson et al 2013 [4]
  • Löckenhoff et al. (2008) [5]
  • Terracciano, McCrae, Brant, & Costa (2005) [9]
  • Terracciano, McCrae, & Costa (2006) [10]
  • Roberts & DelVecchio (2000) [6]
  • Costa & McCrae (2006)) [2]

Stability?

  • Roberts, Walton, & Viechtbauer (2006a) [7]
  • Roberts, Walton, & Viechtbauer (2006b) [8]

Drugs therapy and change?

  • Psychiatric study SSRIs
  • Terracciano, Lockenhoff, Zonderman, Ferrucci, & Costa (2008) [11]
  • Bagby et al. (2008) [1]
  • De Fruyt et al. (2006). [3]
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