Besides the type of change and the speed with which it occurs, the extent to which change affects a person’s life may also be important. Libby Ruch (1977) investigated this

Besides the type of change and the speed with which it occurs, the extent to which change affects a person’s life may also be important. Libby Ruch (1977) investigated this over 30 years ago and suggested that life change actually has three dimensions. Which is NOT a dimension?
A) Degree of change evoked.
B) Undesirability of change.
C) Depth of change expected.
D) Aspect of one’s life that is affected.
E) None are dimensions.


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