People differ from each other in their typical patterns of behavior, thought, and emotion and these patterns are considered to constitute their personalities (Funder, 2001). For various reasons, for example, because certain trait levels may help to attain certain goals or fulfill certain social roles, people may experience that their actual trait levels are different from their ideal trait levels. ...
Psychology and Aging
35 (2020), 7, 1000-1015
| Marie Hennecke, Paul Schumann, Jule Specht