Características relevantes autodefinidas de la personalidad y su influencia autopercibida en el desarrollo vital

  1. Rodríguez Sánchez, Sara
Supervised by:
  1. Manuel Acosta Contreras Director
  2. Antonio Clemente Carrión Director

Defence university: Universidad de Huelva

Fecha de defensa: 19 December 2005

  1. Ramona Rubio Herrera Chair
  2. Jerónimo Juídias Barroso Secretary
  3. Susana Gaspara Paíno Quesada Committee member
  4. Andrés Esteban Arbués Committee member
  5. José Luis Linaza Iglesias Committee member

Type: Thesis


The traditional evolutionary psychology considers that the development of the personality culminates with the passage of the adolescence. From the 70s, with the emergence of the perspective of the vital cycle, it is discussed the possibility of change in the personality of the adults. This would be a consequence mainly of the different experiences, the most influential groups at every stage and the historical moment through that everyone lives. The evolutionary approach of the vital cycle raises the study of the development of the adult personality, specifically, it deals with the determination of the stability/change that the character suffers throughout the years. This work is based on this consideration as its main objective is to provide one more sample of the possibilities of change in the adult personality, with the aim to open new possibilities in order to generate mechanisms of intervention that make possible the optimization of the human psychological development.