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Unit VII PowerPoint Presentation How does personality develop and evolve over a life span? Throughout this unit, you have learned that numerous issues directly impact one’s development over a life span. In fact, much research is present which supports the fact that childhood experiences have direct correlations with adult behaviors. For this assignment, you are to design a 10-slide PowerPoint presentation, not including the title and reference slide, in which you examine how an individual’s personality grows and evolves over a life span. Your presentation should include details from conception through death. You must utilize the CSU Online Library to identify a minimum of one peerreviewed article which specifically addresses personality development and the various influences on such, including genetic, environmental, and cultural factors. While examining the article, you must describe the author’s primary purpose? What evidence is present to support the researcher’s findings? Which implications are shared that reveal the impact on life experiences? Additionally, you must integrate the information covered in the textbook as well.
Tips for designing your presentation: Slide #1 – Cover Slide Slides #2-#11 – These slides provide specific details that cover one’s personality development over a life span, including genetic, environmental, cultural, and innate factors. Slide #12 – References
Note: Please use Microsoft PowerPoint for this project. If you do not have this program, you may use a similar tool. You are required to utilize the textbook and one additional peer-reviewed journal article for this assignment. You should use short bullet points on your slides while giving specific details in the notes section at the bottom of each slide. Both sources should be included on your references slide. You should also have accompanying in-text citations for each source that you have used throughout your response.