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Teoria historii życia jako teoria rozwoju człowieka

Data publikacji: 2021

Psychologia Rozwojowa, 2021, Tom 26, Numer 2, s. 9 - 20

https://doi.org/10.4467/20843879PR.21.009.15132

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Andrzej Łukasik
Zakład Psychologii, Wydział Pedagogiczny, Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5338-2570 Orcid
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The Life History Theory as a Theory of Human Development

The life history theory (LHT) is an evolutionary theory derived from evolutionary biology. According to it, species choose a reproductive strategy that maximizes adaptation (i.e., increases the chances of surviving and producing offspring) on the basis of influences contained in the environment which impacts development in the early stages of life. LHT, due to its connections with such psychological theories as psychosocial acceleration, the evolutionary theory of socialization, or the attachment theory, is also a developmental psychology theory which points to specific development paths within an evolutionary frame. The aim of this article is to shed light on LHT from the point of view of developmental psychology – a question as yet absent from the Polish literature of the subject.

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Informacje: Psychologia Rozwojowa, 2021, s. 9 - 20

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The Life History Theory as a Theory of Human Development

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https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5338-2570

Andrzej Łukasik
Zakład Psychologii, Wydział Pedagogiczny, Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5338-2570 Orcid
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