Subject: life history theory | early-life stress | fast life strategies | Psychology | BF1-990 | Mini Review | the Dark Triad | personality development
Life history theory posits that behavioral adaptation to various environmental (ecological and/or social) conditions encountered during childhood is regulated by a wide variety of different traits resulting in various behavioral strategies. Unpredictable and harsh condi... View more
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