the slow growth of character in regard to temperament or characteristic emotional reactions, an identifiable way of life, personal parts and role behaviors, a group of morals and objectives, common trends of acclimation, typical interpersonal relations and carnal unions, characteristic traits, and a fairly fixed self-image.

PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT: "May theorists believe that personality development is nearly complete by the age of six years old."
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