. For the most part, adults find middle-age to be a..... time of reflection. negative experience of continued decline. time of unprecedented opportunity. time of increased sexual response.This question is for PSY202:Adult Development and Life Assessment
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I was torn between time of reflection, and time of unprecedented opportunity
From what I read, it seems that time of unprecedented opportunity would apply more to young adults (ages 20-40).
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