Câu trả lời mẫu cho câu hỏi: How do young and old people react differently to new things?
How do young and old people react differently to new things? Well, I guess that new things can cause a significant amount of stress in later life, which makes older adults do their best to avoid novelty. There is good evidence that older people have less motivation to explore new ways of living. They tend to be lower in the personality trait of sensation seeking, and also less open to new experiences. I’m more than sure that it’s connected with the fact that new things may cause them to feel uneasy. What’s more, older adults are slower in learning to adapt and, as a result, are slower at responding to changes in their life in comparison with younger people who are fast at responding and more eager to take steps into the unknown, which makes them feel excited whenever life brings new beginnings and adventures to their daily routine.