Late Bloomer (Cognitive Psychology)

Late Bloomer General Details:
  • The term 'late bloomer' is used metaphorically to describe a child or adolescent who develops more slowly than others in their age group, but eventually catches up.
  • In some cases the individual overtakes their peers.
  • When used in the context of an adult, it refers to a talent or genius (in a particular field) which only appears later in life than normal.
  • May be associated with deep thinking - with a tendency to making better decisions with fewer mistakes.
  • Psychological style of 'Experimental Innovator' - people who go through “a lifetime of trial & error & thus do their important work much later in their careers.”
Types Of Late Bloomers:
  • Career Late Bloomer
  • Educational Late Bloomer
  • Social Late Bloomer
Examples Of Late Blooming Individuals:
  • Alfred Hitchcock
  • André Kertész
  • Auguste Rodin
  • Charles Darwin
  • Grandma Moses
  • Mark Twain
  • Sir Alexander Fleming

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