Socioemotional Selectivity TheoryPsychologists claim that those in late adulthood

are more

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Socioemotional Selectivity Theory

Psychologists claim that those in late adulthood are more

selective about the company they keep because they are less willing to invest in relationships with emotional risk and they place a higher value on emotional satisfaction. Do you feel this a valuable way to approach social relationships? Why or why not? Could this approach be useful in other periods of development? If so, how?

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