Sentence Examples


  • In 1956, psychiatrist Erik Erikson provided an insightful description as to how personality develops based on his extensive experience in psychotherapy with children and adolescents from low, upper, and middle-class backgrounds.
  • Sure, many of these pieces are not affordable to the middle-class, but just like car enthusiasts, you can look at the latest python Prada slippers and store the season of their introduction into the archives of your mind.
  • It is considered to be an important influence in shaping the personalities of children who grow up in middle-class Western societies but less relevant in traditional African and Asian cultures.
  • By the 1950s, adding something to a bath was done with much more frequency, even by middle-class women, and those who were especially handy made extra to give to friends.
  • After she got married, she applied for a gas card simply because she thought that credit cards were a symbol of the upper middle-class life she aspired to have.