Life-span developmental psychology
Developmental psychologist Robert Havighurst came up with a model that is backed with bio psychosocial factors. which have substantial influence on the tasks performed by a person at a particular stage (Newman & Newman, 2014). The task of managing a household is socio- culturally driven as it engages the meeting of the social oriented responsibilities. The duty of performing child rearing invokes the foundational bases of social-cultural phenomena, which provide outlined guidelines on how children can be brought up appropriately. The endeavor of managing careers is a psychologically driven task, which empowers an individual to realize his or her economic goals and objectives in life. To efficiently accomplish the these tasks, the following criteria are important to ponder upon; delegation, role identification, adapting, and improving. Improving on activities which reduce the duration spent on performing duties. It is important to consider the path and plan to be embraced when involved in such undertakings and regularly reviewing the methods used to verify if it is working effectively and efficiently (Baltes & Schaie, 2013).
Baltes, P. B. & Schaie, K. W. (2013). Life-span developmental psychology: Personality and socialization. Burlington: Elsevier Science.
Newman, B. M. & Newman, P. R. (2014). Development through life: A psychosocial approach. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Cengage Learning.