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What is the difference between absolute continuity and differential continuity? Do an individual’s experiences affect differential continuity? Provide specific examples.
I do believe that personal experience does affect differential continuity. Remember though with differential continuity, it is not that trait values change but that trait values change relative to other peoples trait values over the same time. [ Therefore I would have to become less neurotic while others became more or maintained their level of neuroticism. For instance, through this degree in
psychology I could actually alter the personality trait of neuroticism, and therefore decrease that trait relative to other people who might not have the opportunity to complete such as course. ]
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