1. emerging adulthood: if you are an emerging adult, explain what it

Select TWO of the following questions to address–answers should reflect that you have done the course readings/lectures. Then, respond to at least 2 of your peers with a question or comment that builds on their post. In your original response, please be sure to answer two questions of your choice. In your response to your peer’s posts, it is fine if you comment on their response to just one of the questions, but you should comment on at least 2 separate peers’ original posts. See the syllabus for grading rubric. As a reminder, posts and responses should be respectful.

Remember, you need only pick 2 of these questions to address in your original post.

1. Emerging adulthood: If you are an emerging adult, explain what it is like to be in this period of development from your perspective, and how this aligns with what research suggests is common for this age group. For instance, in what ways might you feel like an adult, but also not like an adult? What are the biggest challenges you have right now at this age or during this time?

2. Early adulthood: Consider the RIASEC model presented in the lecture on work. Which category do you think you best fit in based on your personality? Explain how this fits (or not) your major and/or career goals.

3. Early adulthood: In the social-emotional chapter and in the lecture on relationships this week, you learn about things that attract individuals to one another. If you are in a romantic relationship or are open to one in the future, what are 2-3 things you look for in a romantic partner? How does this align with the elements you learned about in the lecture or textbook?

4. Middle adulthood: In the social-emotional chapter and in the lecture on personality, you learn about the “Big 5” this week. Take the following assessment to see where you fall on the “Big 5”: https://openpsychometrics.org/tests/IPIP-BFFM/ (Links to an external site.) Note, you do NOT need to consent to use your responses for research. Also, they label openness instead as intellect and list emotional stability (which is the opposite of neuroticism). Provide a summary of your scores and examples of how these traits fit your personality. Do you think your personality has changed at all over time? If so, in what ways? Is this to be expected?

This assignment includes writing two comments for classmates( Starts on Friday and due on Saturday), I will send to you on Friday.

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