Personality Isn't Permanent—Or Is It? The Answer Is No

Personality Isn’t Permanent—Or Is It? The Answer Is No

Research shows how our personalities are shaped by life experiences and social context. At Pivomo, we stand with the American Pragmatists, like William James. Here’s a useful summary of this debate:

There is a great deal of debate on the subject of “personality” and particularly, whether or not it is permanent and fixed or whether it can and does change. Some psychologists believe personality is innate and immutable. Others, like the Harvard psychologist William James, believed it changed until age […]

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