The End of History Illusion

@article{Quoidbach2013TheEO,
  title={The End of History Illusion},
  author={J. Quoidbach and D. Gilbert and T. Wilson},
  journal={Science},
  year={2013},
  volume={339},
  pages={96 - 98}
}
Older and Wiser Do we ever stop growing up? Quoidbach et al. (p. 96) elicited estimates of people's personality, values, and choices and compared how much, for instance, 33-year-olds believed that they would change in the next 10 years with how much 43-year-olds reported that they had changed in the past 10 years. For groups spanning 18 to 68 years of age, people of all ages described more change in the past 10 years than they would have predicted 10 years ago. Even though we know that we've… Expand
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