Adult development  

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Adult Development is a branch of Developmental Psychology. One simple breakdown of the field is to look at its three dimensions.

For example, Positive:) Adult Developmental may be divided into at least six parts: hierarchical complexity, (orders, stages), knowledge, experience, expertise, wisdom, and spirituality.

Nondevelopmental forms include adulthood and adult human behavior.

While adult development has long been a subject reserved for academia and medical professions, in recent years, adult development has become an integral part of leadership and executive development.





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