Book cover of Generations: The Real Differences Between Gen Z, Millennials, Gen X, Boomers, and Silents―and What They Mean for America's Future by Jean M. Twengeby Jean Twenge

A groundbreaking, revelatory portrait of the six generations that currently live in the United States and how they connect, conflict, and compete with one another—from the acclaimed author of Generation Me and iGen.

The United States is currently home to six generations of people:

-the Silents, born 1925–1945
-Baby Boomers, born 1946–1964
-Gen X, born 1965–1979
-Millennials, born 1980–1994
-Gen Z, born 1995–2012
-and the still-to-be-named cohorts born after 2012.

They have had vastly different life experiences and thus, one assumes, they must have vastly diverging beliefs and behaviors. But what are those differences, what causes them, and how deep do they actually run?

Interview with the Author

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Do Generations Exist? with Jean Twenge
7/19/23             61 min

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The Real Differences Between the Generations || Jean Twenge
6/29/23           48 min

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#623 – Dr Jean Twenge – Why Do Young People Seem So Fragile?
5/4/23            85 min

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From Boomers to Zoomers with Jean Twenge
7/7/23            73 min

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What Generational Differences Tell Us About the Future | Jean Twenge
5/15/23           54 min

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Dr. Jean Twenge: “Generations”
5/3/23          19 min

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Jean Twenge, “Generations”
5/8/23           58 min

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The Future of America’s Generations with Dr. Jean Twenge
6/27/23            36 min

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Generations — The Surprising Truths and Persistent Myths
4/26/23            65 min

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