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Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Define individual differences


The individual differences in mental abilities, physical characteristics and traits of personality have been known for centuries. But in the recent years, the extent, causes and educational  significance of individual differences have been studies and made explicit.

  • The individual differences refer to the differences between persons on psychological and educational dimensions. 
  • Individual differences refer to the variations in characteristics or developmental outcomes between one child and another. 
  • Individual differences refer to variations in mental abilities and physical characteristics. 
  •  Individual differences are concerned with the ways in which people can differ from one another in particular gender, personality and intelligence
  • Individual differences refer to the vast range of variations that are commonly observable among various individuals. 
  • Individual differences are concerned with the deviations in mental or physical characteristics noticed among individuals who differentiate them from the average of the group. 
  • The relatively persistent dissimilarities in structure of behavior among persons or members of the same species. 
  • Individual differences are the stable and consistent ways individuals are different from each other. 
  •  The variations in characteristics or developmental outcomes between on child and another. 
  • The individual differences refer to differentiation. These differences distinguish one person from the other. 
  • To me, the individual differences mean the differences between persons on psychological, social and educational dimensions. The branch of psychology which is devoted to a systematic study of individual differences is known as ‘differential psychology’.

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