Mean Level Stability

Another kind of personality stability is constancy of level, or mean level stability. Consider political orientation as an example. If the average level of liberalism or conservatism in a population remains the same with the increasing age of that population, the population exhibits high mean level stability on that characteristic. If the average degree of political orientation changes—for example, if people tend as a group to get increasingly conservative as they get older—then that population is displaying mean level change.

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