Predisposition to react to one's environment in a certain way; usually refers to mood changes.
In current usage, approximately equivalent to personality. The sum of the relatively fixed personality traits and habitual modes of response of an individual.
Any observable response or action of a neonate or infant up through the age of 23 months.
Discomfort and partial inhibition of the usual forms of behavior when in the presence of others.
Check list, usually to be filled out by a person about himself, consisting of many statements about personal characteristics which the subject checks.
Growth of habitual patterns of behavior in childhood and adolescence.
Behavior-response patterns that characterize the individual.
Any observable response or action of a child from 24 months through 12 years of age. For neonates or children younger than 24 months, INFANT BEHAVIOR is available.
Physical manipulation of animals and humans to induce a behavioral or other psychological reaction. In experimental psychology, the animal is handled to induce a stress situation or to study the effects of "gentling" or "mothering".
Performing the role of a parent by care-giving, nurturance, and protection of the child by a natural or substitute parent. The parent supports the child by exercising authority and through consistent, empathic, appropriate behavior in response to the child's needs. PARENTING differs from CHILD REARING in that in child rearing the emphasis is on the act of training or bringing up the children and the interaction between the parent and child, while parenting emphasizes the responsibility and qualities of exemplary behavior of the parent.
Biological actions and events that constitute the functions of the NERVOUS SYSTEM.
The motivational and/or affective state resulting from being blocked, thwarted, disappointed or defeated.
The interference with or prevention of a behavioral or verbal response even though the stimulus for that response is present; in psychoanalysis the unconscious restraining of an instinctual process.
Interaction between a mother and child.
Female parents, human or animal.
Maladaptive reactions to identifiable psychosocial stressors occurring within a short time after onset of the stressor. They are manifested by either impairment in social or occupational functioning or by symptoms (depression, anxiety, etc.) that are in excess of a normal and expected reaction to the stressor.
Standardized objective tests designed to facilitate the evaluation of personality.
A strong emotional feeling of displeasure aroused by being interfered with, injured or threatened.
The determination and evaluation of personality attributes by interviews, observations, tests, or scales. Articles concerning personality measurement are considered to be within scope of this term.
Feeling or emotion of dread, apprehension, and impending disaster but not disabling as with ANXIETY DISORDERS.
Personality construct referring to an individual's perception of the locus of events as determined internally by his or her own behavior versus fate, luck, or external forces. (ERIC Thesaurus, 1996).
The study of normal and abnormal behavior of children.
Abnormal or excessive excitability with easily triggered anger, annoyance, or impatience.
The continuous sequential physiological and psychological maturing of an individual from birth up to but not including ADOLESCENCE.
Disturbances considered to be pathological based on age and stage appropriateness, e.g., conduct disturbances and anaclitic depression. This concept does not include psychoneuroses, psychoses, or personality disorders with fixed patterns.
The personality pattern or syndrome consisting of behavioral and attitudinal characteristics reflecting a preoccupation with the factors of power and authority in interpersonal relationships.
A disturbance in the normal fluency and time patterning of speech that is inappropriate for the individual's age. This disturbance is characterized by frequent repetitions or prolongations of sounds or syllables. Various other types of speech dysfluencies may also be involved including interjections, broken words, audible or silent blocking, circumlocutions, words produced with an excess of physical tension, and monosyllabic whole word repetitions. Stuttering may occur as a developmental condition in childhood or as an acquired disorder which may be associated with BRAIN INFARCTIONS and other BRAIN DISEASES. (From DSM-IV, 1994)
The interactions between parent and child.
The experimental study of the relationship between the genotype of an organism and its behavior. The scope includes the effects of genes on simple sensory processes to complex organization of the nervous system.
The behavior patterns associated with or characteristic of a mother.
Those psychological characteristics which differentiate individuals from one another.
City in Orleans Parish (county), largest city in state of LOUISIANA. It is located between the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain.
Expressing unconscious emotional conflicts or feelings, often of hostility or love, through overt behavior.
Adaptation of the person to the social environment. Adjustment may take place by adapting the self to the environment or by changing the environment. (From Campbell, Psychiatric Dictionary, 1996)
The tendency to explore or investigate a novel environment. It is considered a motivation not clearly distinguishable from curiosity.
Predetermined sets of questions used to collect data - clinical data, social status, occupational group, etc. The term is often applied to a self-completed survey instrument.
Theoretical representations that simulate psychological processes and/or social processes. These include the use of mathematical equations, computers, and other electronic equipment.
The main glucocorticoid secreted by the ADRENAL CORTEX. Its synthetic counterpart is used, either as an injection or topically, in the treatment of inflammation, allergy, collagen diseases, asthma, adrenocortical deficiency, shock, and some neoplastic conditions.
Child with one or more parents afflicted by a physical or mental disorder.
A state of harmony between internal needs and external demands and the processes used in achieving this condition. (From APA Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms, 8th ed)
Those affective states which can be experienced and have arousing and motivational properties.

Identifying Cloninger's temperament profiles as related to the early development of the metabolic cardiovascular syndrome in young men. (1/538)

Our aim in this study was to (1) identify naturally occurring temperament profiles in young adulthood by using Cloninger's temperament dimensions and (2) examine the relationship of these profiles with the coronary heart disease (CHD) risk factors of the metabolic cardiovascular syndrome (insulin resistance syndrome, IRS) measured during adolescence and young adulthood. A randomly selected sample of 190 healthy, young adult men was divided into 4 temperament groups by cluster analysis. Physiological parameters studied were serum insulin, high density lipoprotein cholesterol, triglycerides, systolic blood pressure, body-mass index, subscapular skinfold thickness, and the IRS factor. The results showed that a temperament profile characterized by a high level of persistence and reward dependence, an average level of novelty seeking, and a low level of harm avoidance was related to a high level of physiological CHD risk factors; in 3 study phases over a 6-year period, the subjects belonging to that cluster in adulthood were shown to have always belonged to the highest risk group in terms of the physiological risk factors in adolescence and young adulthood. The findings suggest that the temperament profile in question may predispose an individual to the development of the IRS and CHD.  (+info)

Ligand interaction with the purified serotonin transporter in solution and at the air/water interface. (2/538)

The purified serotonin transporter (SERT) was spread at the air/water interface and the effects both of its surface density and of the temperature on its interfacial behavior were studied. The recorded isotherms evidenced the existence of a stable monolayer undergoing a lengthy rearrangement. SERT/ligand interactions appeared to be dependent on the nature of the studied molecules. Whereas an unrelated drug (chlorcyclizine) did not bind to the spread SERT, it interacted with its specific ligands. Compared to heterocyclic drugs, for which binding appeared to be concentration-dependent, a 'two-site' mechanism was evidenced for pinoline and imipramine.  (+info)

Pain-sensitive temperament: does it predict procedural distress and response to psychological treatment among children with cancer? (3/538)

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the relationship between pain sensitivity and children's distress during lumbar punctures (LPs), and whether pain sensitivity functions as a moderator of children's responses to a psychological intervention aimed at reducing LP distress. METHOD: Fifty-five children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ages 3 to 18) and their parents completed a questionnaire measure of pain sensitivity. Self-report, physiological, and observed measures of distress were collected during the study baseline LP. Children were then randomized into a psychological intervention or an attention control group. Postintervention and follow-up LPs were observed. RESULTS: Higher levels of pain sensitivity were associated with greater anxiety and pain, both prior to and during the LP. Preliminary analyses indicated that pain sensitivity moderated the effects of intervention on distress. Children who were more pain-sensitive and who received no intervention showed greater increases in LP distress over time. In contrast, children who were more pain-sensitive and who received intervention showed greater decreases in LP distress over time. CONCLUSIONS: A measurement of pain sensitivity may be useful in pediatric oncology settings for effectively targeting pain-vulnerable children for psychological intervention. Preliminary analyses indicate that an empirically-supported intervention for procedural distress is efficacious for those children who are most pain-sensitive.  (+info)

A multivariate model of determinants of motor change for children with cerebral palsy. (4/538)

The purpose of this article is to describe the development of a theory- and data-based model of determinants of motor change for children with cerebral palsy. The dimensions of human functioning proposed by the World Health Organization, general systems theory, theories of human ecology, and a philosophical approach incorporating family-centered care provide the conceptual framework for the model. The model focuses on relationships among child characteristics (eg, primary and secondary impairments, personality), family ecology (eg, dynamics of family function), and health care services (eg, availability, access, intervention options). Clarification of the complex multivariate and interactive relationships among the multiple child and family determinants, using statistical methods such as structural equation modeling, is necessary before determining how physical therapy intervention can optimize motor outcomes of children with cerebral palsy. We propose that the development and testing of multivariate models is also useful in physical therapy research and in the management of complex chronic conditions other than cerebral palsy. Testing of similar models could provide physical therapists with support for: (1) prognostic discussions with clients and their families, (2) establishment of realistic and attainable goals, and (3) interventions to enhance outcomes for individual clients with a variety of prognostic attributes.  (+info)

The relationship between reaction to sudden, intermittent movements and sounds and temperament. (5/538)

Casual observations indicated that some cattle are more sensitive to sudden movement or intermittent sound than other cattle. Six commercial livestock auctions in two states and a total of 1,636 cattle were observed to assess the relationship between breed, sex, and temperament score on the response to sudden, intermittent visual and sound stimuli, such as the ringman swinging his arm for a bid and the sound of him briefly yelling a bid. A 4-point temperament score was used to score each animal while it was in the ring. The scores used were 1) walks and(or) stands still, with slow, smooth body movements; 2) continuously walks or trots, and vigilant; 3) gait is faster than a trot (runs even a couple of steps), with fast, abrupt, jerky movements, and very vigilant; and 4) hits the ring fence, walls, partitions, or people with its head. Animals were observed for flinches, startle responses, or orientation toward sudden, intermittent sounds, motions, and tactile stimulation, such as being touched with a cane or plastic paddle. The cattle observed were mostly Bos taurus beef breeds and Holstein dairy cattle. Holsteins were more sound-sensitive (P = .02) and touch-sensitive (P < .01) than beef cattle. Sensitivity to sudden, intermittent stimuli (e.g., sound, motion, and touch) increased as temperament score (excitability) increased. Cattle with a temperament score of 1 were the least sensitive to sudden, intermittent movement and sound and those with a temperament score of 4 were the most sensitive (P < .01). This same relationship was sometimes observed for touch but was not statistically significant. Motion-sensitive cattle were more likely than nonsensitive cattle to score a temperament rating of 3 or 4 (P < .01). Steers and heifers were more motion-sensitive than the older bulls and cows (P = .03). Beef cattle urinated (P < .01, n = 1,581) and defecated (P < .01, n = 1,582) more often in the ring than did dairy cattle. Cattle that became agitated during handling in an auction ring were the individuals that were most likely to be startled by sudden, intermittent sounds and movements. Reactivity to sudden, intermittent stimuli may be an indicator of an excitable temperament.  (+info)

Parenting stress in mothers of very-low-birth-weight (VLBW) and full-term infants: a function of infant behavioral characteristics and child-rearing attitudes. (6/538)

OBJECTIVE: To examine the moderating effects of child-rearing attitudes on the relation between parenting stress and infant behavioral characteristics for mothers of very-low-birth-weight (VLBW) and full-term infants. METHODS: Fifty-six 9-month-old infants (23 VLBW and 33 full-term) and their mothers were the participants. Mothers completed measures of parenting stress, child-rearing attitudes, infant temperament, and infant behavioral problems. RESULTS: The VLBW infants had a higher frequency of behavioral problems, and their mothers reported more child health concerns than the mothers of the full-term infants. Regression analyses showed that the relation between parenting stress and infant distress was moderated at medium and high levels of parental strictness for only the VLBW infants. CONCLUSIONS: The amount of stress the mothers of the VLBW infants experienced was a result of the congruence between their infant's behavioral characteristics and their own child-rearing attitudes.  (+info)

The primate amygdala mediates acute fear but not the behavioral and physiological components of anxious temperament. (7/538)

Temperamentally anxious individuals can be identified in childhood and are at risk to develop anxiety and depressive disorders. In addition, these individuals tend to have extreme asymmetric right prefrontal brain activity. Although common and clinically important, little is known about the pathophysiology of anxious temperament. Regardless, indirect evidence from rodent studies and difficult to interpret primate studies is used to support the hypothesis that the amygdala plays a central role. In previous studies using rhesus monkeys, we characterized an anxious temperament endophenotype that is associated with excessive anxiety and fear-related responses and increased electrical activity in right frontal brain regions. To examine the role of the amygdala in mediating this endophenotype and other fearful responses, we prepared monkeys with selective fiber sparing ibotenic acid lesions of the amygdala. Unconditioned trait-like anxiety-fear responses remained intact in monkeys with >95% bilateral amygdala destruction. In addition, the lesions did not affect EEG frontal asymmetry. However, acute unconditioned fear responses, such as those elicited by exposure to a snake and to an unfamiliar threatening conspecific were blunted in monkeys with >70% lesions. These findings demonstrate that the primate amygdala is involved in mediating some acute unconditioned fear responses but challenge the notion that the amygdala is the key structure underlying the dispositional behavioral and physiological characteristics of anxious temperament.  (+info)

The relation of daily stressors to somatic and emotional symptoms in children with and without recurrent abdominal pain. (8/538)

Prior investigations of the relation between stressors and symptoms in children with recurrent abdominal pain (RAP) have focused on major negative life events. This study used consecutive daily telephone interviews to assess daily stressors and symptoms in 154 pediatric patients with RAP and 109 well children. Results showed that patients with RAP reported more frequent daily stressors than well children reported both at home and at school. Idiographic (within-subject) analyses indicated that the association between daily stressors and somatic symptoms was significantly stronger for patients with RAP than for well children. In contrast, the relation between daily stressors and negative affect did not differ between the groups. The relation between daily stressors and somatic symptoms was stronger for patients with RAP who had higher levels of trait negative affectivity.  (+info)

This study examined the role of child temperament in the relationship between parental risk status and cognitive competence. Three main questions were addressed: (1) Does parental risk status predict child temperament? (2) Does child temperament act as a mediating variable between parental risk status and cognitive functioning? Importantly, does temperament operate as a risk or protective factor? and (3) What is the nature of the relationship between child temperament and cognitive functioning? These questions were explored within a subsample of high-risk mothers and their infant and preschool-age offspring from the Concordia Longitudinal Risk Project. This longitudinal investigation, which started in 1977, identified lower SES individuals as being highly aggressive and/or withdrawn in childhood. Many of these individuals now have children of their own, which provides a unique opportunity to investigate the trajectories of risk and resilience across generations. Contrary to expectations, ...
Introduction. The purpose of this study was to examine the psychological structure of Yin-Yang based on the Sasang Personality Questionnaire (SPQ) in relation to Carver and Whites Behavior Inhibition/Behavior Activation System (BIS/BAS) Scale and Cloningers temperament model of the West. Methods. A total of 188 university students were classified as high (30%), middle (40%), and low (30%) groups based on their SPQ score and their differences in Cloningers temperaments and BIS/BAS subscales were analyzed using analysis of covariance after controlling the sex. Correlation among SPQ, Cloningers four temperaments and BIS/BAS subscales was also examined. Results. Significant differences in BAS (F = 11.703, p | .001), Novelty-Seeking (F = 4.945, p | .01), and Harm-Avoidance (F = 10.912, p | .001) were observed between high and low SPQ score groups after controlling for sex. The SPQ showed significant correlation with BAS (r = 0.303), Novelty-Seeking (r = 0.225), and Harm-Avoidance (r = − 0.273). However
Child Temperament: New Thinking About the Boundary between Traits and Illness was released in October of 2013. The book reviews the latest knowledge about child temperament, especially since the work of Thomas and Chess, and then explores the links between temperament trait and psychiatric disorders. A second section of the book addresses practical implications of these findings, with tips for parents, teachers, medical, and mental health professionals on working with different temperament types to help them maximize their developmental potential. You can find more information about the book at The book is available at book stores, as well as Amazon and other online outlets. For people interested in a talk about his topic, please contact me for further information.. ...
The paper studied the intensity of energy metabolism and level of activation effect on the cerebral cortex in younger schoolchildren. 149 children with normal (n = 69) and delayed (n = 80) mental development were examined. Temperament types of younger schoolchildren were identified by behavioural manifestations intensity index: in children with normal development, average index values predominated, corresponding to the adequate type of temperament; in children with delayed mental development, high values prevailed, i.e. the intense type of temperament. Differences in the course of brain processes in schoolchildren with different temperament traits were revealed. Children with normal development and adequate type of temperament showed optimal indices of energy metabolism intensity and level II of cerebral cortex activation; intense children more often demonstrated high intensity of neural energy metabolism and level III of cerebral cortex activation; children with the calm type of temperament ...
Peer rejection has frequently been identified as a risk factor for development. Amongst other factors, peer rejection is predicted by the temperamental characteristics that underlie problem behaviours. Research has also demonstrated relationships between communication style and peer rejection, while a possible link between temperament and communication has scarcely been explored. This research presents two studies investigating the relationships between temperament, communication and peer popularity, using Howe and McWilliams (in press) coding scheme. A cross-sectional study obtained parental ratings on temperament and peer nominated sociometric status for children in nursery class, Primary 3 and Primary 6. Children were observed during free play and structured tasks, and communication was coded. A follow up longitudinal study was conducted with children in Primary 2 and Primary 3 only. It was hypothesised that difficult temperament would be associated with peer rejection, that communication ...
Fearfulness as a temperament dimension is already evident in infants. Children who vary in fearfulness differ in their behavioural and physiological reactivity to novel situations. Despite evidence linking the extremes of early fearful temperament to later psychopathology, information regarding its development and correlates is lacking. The present research examined fearful temperament in infancy through assessments of behaviour and physiology, and compared this information with maternal reports. The proposed associations between fearfulness, sustained attention and of effortful control were also investigated. Temperament was examined longitudinally in 50 healthy infants in the 1st and 2nd year of life. Mothers reported on their childrens fearfulness behavioural distress during fear provocation, and resting and stress levels of skin conductance activity (SCA) and Cortisol were examined. Skin conductance responses (SCRs) during an Orienting Habituation Paradigm (OHP) were also studied. We ...
Temperament Testing is an important characteristic for any breed. There are several AKC Parent Clubs which are currently participating in having the AKC recognize their breed as having passed a temperament test or certification. Some Parent Clubs have their testing administered by the American Temperament Test Society (ATTS) and some conduct their own testing. AKC will recognize either upon a Parent Clubs request. Owners of dogs who pass, can apply to have a temperament test title placed on their dogs AKC record and receive an AKC certificate of title. Owners can request this recognition by using the Temperament Test Title Application. Breeders in particular find this most useful when incorporating qualities associated with sound temperament into their breeding program. A temperament test or certification measures a dogs reaction or behavior to various elements presented to them such as a stranger, usually of varying degrees ranging from neutral and friendly, to threatening and aggressive. A ...
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Ahadi, S., and Rothbart, M. (1994). Temperament, development, and the Big Five. The developing structure of temperament and personality from infancy to adulthood (pp. 189-207). Hillsdale, NJ England: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.. Auerbach, J., Berger, A., Atzaba-Poria, N., Arbelåe, S., Cypin, N., Friedman, A., et al. (2008). Temperament at 7, 12, and 25 months in children at familial risk for ADHD. Infant and Child Development, 17(4), 321-338. doi:10.1002/icd.579. Bijttebier, P., and Roeyers, H. (2009). Temperament and vulnerability to psychopathology: Introduction to the special section. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology: An official publication of the International Society for Research in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, 37(3), 305-308. doi:10.1007/s10802-009-9308-2. Bridgett, D., Gartstein, M., Putnam, S., McKay, T., Iddins, E., Robertson, C., . . . Rittmueller, A. (2009). Maternal and contextual influences and the effect of temperament development during infancy on parenting in ...
Despite the social stigma and attempts over the years to increase public awareness of the risks of drinking during pregnancy, there has been little change in womens prenatal drinking patterns (Bhuvaneswar, Change, Epstein, & Stern, 2007; Ernhart, Morrow-Tlucak, Sokol, & Martier, 1988). In the literature it is unclear to what extent alcohol exposure in utero has on motor, cognitive, and language development. Although, due to the plasticity of the immature nervous system, long-term effects of early exposure to negative teratogens (alcohol exposure in utero) need to be researched to determine if a childs development can be ameliorated by positive parenting practices (Paone & Alperen, 1998). This study aims to investigate the association between parenting styles and child temperament as it relates to motor, cognitive, and language development in children who were exposed to alcohol in utero. Results indicated that there is a significant relationship between parenting styles and child temperament in
We began the weekend with Dr.Nancy Snidman, a colleague of Dr. Jerome Kagan who talked to us about temperament. She defined temperament as what a child brings to the interaction with the environment to create personality, pointing out that nowadays we tend to talk about individual differences instead of temperament, but that individual differences tends to be a blend of temperament and environment. Nancy talked to us about the differences in reactivity of children related to different thresholds of reactivity in the amydala. In their study of the amydala output effects, such as sympathetic responses, output to the larynx (crying), and output to the skeletal motor system, the research group identified a group of timid children who had inherited a low threshold of reactivity of the amydala.. It turns out that if you look at the sensory integration scale and the temperament scale, you find a lot of overlap, and some people think they are not so different. Nancy said that if part of your ...
Researchers have long been interested in whether particular temperamental traits in childhood connote risk for depressive disorders. For example, children characterized as having high negative emotionality (NE; sadness, fear, anger) and low positive emotionality (PE; anhedonia, listlessness, and lack of enthusiasm) are hypothesized to be at risk for depression. Few studies, however, have examined whether (and how) these two temperamental dimensions interact to confer risk. In a sample of 329 preschoolers, the present study addressed this question by examining the relation between PE and NE and asymmetry in resting EEG activity in frontal and posterior regions, which are putative biomarkers for depression. Using a laboratory battery to define temperament, we found an interaction of PE and NE on posterior asymmetry. Specifically, when PE was high, NE was associated with greater relative right activity. When PE was low, NE was not related to posterior asymmetry. These results were driven by ...
Purpose. Parents have important roles in child rearing, but the influence of their personality on rearing practices and their impact on the behavior of children has received surprisingly little attention. The aim of the current study was to investigate the relationship between parents personality and childrens problem behaviors.Materials and Methods. Participants consisted of 190 preschool outpatients (104 boys, 86 girls) and their parents who visited traditional Korean pediatric clinics with minor physical symptoms as chief complaints. The personality profiles of the both parents were measured by the Temperament and Character Inventory and childrens behavior problems by the Child Behavior Checklist 1.5-5. Correlation and stepwise regression analysis were employed for the statistical analyses.Results. The temperament trait of Harm Avoidance and the character traits of Self-Directedness and Self-Transcendence of the parents were significantly correlated with childrens problem behaviors. Character as
And more including Wendys Parent Footprint Moment.. Wendy Gossett, MA, is a Parenting and Relationship Specialist based in Denver, Colorado. She has worked with countless parents helping them to understand their children better by using temperament psychology. EEG maps in Neuroscience validate temperament as a tool for comprehending the eight psychological functions of the brain, which help people see and understand each other from the inside out. She has also worked with many Fortune 500 companies as a trainer and facilitator. In addition to her expertise in the field of temperament psychology, Wendy has a masters degree with over twenty years of experience in all areas of training including parenting her own daughter who is her complete opposite. She is a contributing writer for Denver Parent and Mile High Mamas and for the past decade, she has been compiling all her acquired knowledge and experience with families into a comprehensive parenting textbook YOUR CHILDS INNER DRIVE to help ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Child, caregiver, and temperament contributions to infant joint attention. AU - Vaughan, Amy. AU - Mundy, Peter. AU - Block, Jessica. AU - Burnette, Courtney. AU - Delgado, Christine. AU - Gomez, Yania. AU - Meyer, Jessica. AU - Neal, A. Rebecca. AU - Pomares, Yuly. PY - 2003/12/1. Y1 - 2003/12/1. N2 - Little is known about variables that may contribute to individual differences in infant joint attention, or the coordination of visual attention with a social partner. Therefore, this study examined the contributions of caregiver behavior and temperament to infant joint attention development between 9 and 12 months. Data were collected from 57 infants using a caregiver-infant paradigm, an infant-tester paradigm, and a parent report of infant temperament. Nine-month measures of caregiver scaffolding and infant initiating joint attention (IJA) with testers were significantly related to 12-month infant IJA with testers. A temperament measure of positive emotional reactivity was ...
Accounting for both bidirectional and interactive effects between parenting and child temperament can fine-tune theoretical models of the role of
This post was originally published as part of The Trump Files-a collection of telling episodes, strange but true stories, and curious scenes from the life of our current president-on August 30, 2016.. I think I have the best temperament or certainly one of the best temperaments of anybody thats ever run for the office of president. Ever, said Donald Trump in July. Because I have a winning temperament. I know how to win.. But in Trumps second book, Surviving at the Top (released as Trumps empire was crumbling under massive debt in 1990), he described his temperament in ways that wouldnt seem to bode well for a leader of the free world. I get bored too easily, he wrote. My attention span is short and probably my least favorite thing to do is to maintain the status quo. Instead of being content when everything is going fine, I start getting impatient and irritable.. He also explained how he enjoyed the thrill of the chase more than anything else. For me, you see, the important thing ...
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Individuals with the explosive temperament benefit from high social support and secure attachment. From the point of view of the therapy process, this knowledge might be of importance. In contrast, individuals with the adventurous temperament were able to direct their behavior better in social envir …
Many factors contribute to this disorder. Neuropsychological testing has shown that children and teens with conduct disorders seem to have an impairment in the frontal lobe of the brain. This interferes with their ability to plan, avoid harm, and learn from negative experiences. Childhood temperament is considered to have a genetic basis. Children or teens who are considered to have a difficult temperament are more likely to develop behavior problems. Children or teens from disadvantaged, dysfunctional, and disorganized home environments are more likely to develop conduct disorders, although it can be found in all socioeconomic groups. Social problems and peer group rejection have been found to contribute to delinquency. Low socioeconomic status has been linked to conduct disorders. Children and teens who show delinquent and aggressive behaviors have distinctive cognitive and psychological profiles when compared to children with other mental health problems and control groups. All of the ...
With the growing number of children who receive a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), there is an increasing need to identify risk markers that will allow for earlier diagnosis of this disorder. Since no single atypical behavior has been found that is shared by all 12-month-old infants who are later diagnosed with ASD, it is likely that a constellation of markers combine in a way that is more predictive of outcome at this age. Establishing a Cumulative Risk Index (CRI) is one way to investigate which combination of early risk markers is most predictive of later ASD diagnostic outcome. Temperament is one construct of behavior that could act as an early risk marker for ASD and therefore, could add predictive power to a CRI for this disorder. Temperament is defined as a behavioral style that includes individual differences in reactivity and self-regulation and emphasizes emotional, attentional and activity related characteristics. Another important aspect of temperament is that it exerts ...
This study examined gross and fine motor skills, temperament profiles and the duration and intensity of motor practice in 93 term and 87 preterm infants at corrected age. Overall, more intense practice was associated with better gross motor skills and a high extraversion temperament predicted more intense practice. Importantly, infants who were small for gestational age practiced less intensely and had a higher risk of fine motor delay, as did male infants.. ...
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KLEIN, Vivian Caroline; GASPARDO, Cláudia Maria and LINHARES, Maria Beatriz Martins. Pain, self-regulation and temperament in high risk preterm newborns. Psicol. Reflex. Crit. [online]. 2011, vol.24, n.3, pp.504-512. ISSN 0102-7972. High risk preterm newborns are exposed to unavoidable painful experiences in Neonatal Intensive Care Units. In spite of their biological immaturity, they are able to perceive and react to pain stimuli. Repetitive exposure to pain has a negative impact on the development and may increase the infants vulnerability, affecting self-regulatory processes. Biobehavioral reactivity to pain is an indicator of self-regulation and it is associated to the childs temperament. Preterm infants need pharmacological and non-pharmacological strategies for pain relieving. Moreover, they need a context of synchronic interaction with their parents which must be adapted to their temperament characteristics. Health professionals may ...
The main finding of this paper is that the temperament trait harm avoidance was positively, and the character trait self-directedness negatively, associated with CRP levels in a population-based cohort of women. In line with this outcome, an inverse correlation between harm avoidance and self-directedness has been observed by others [39], and was confirmed by our data (not shown).. This is the first study examining CRP levels in subjects in which personality traits have been assessed using the TCI. Previous studies regarding personality traits, measured with other instruments, versus CRP levels, also are sparse. Proneness for anger and hostility has however been associated with elevated levels of CRP [4, 40-42]. Also, a study regarding fear for terror attacks revealed, in women but not in men, a positive association between fear and elevated CRP levels after adjustment for generalized anxiety, depressive symptoms and other confounding variables [43].. Although the literature is not unanimous ...
The researchers looked at more than 260 mothers and their children, following them from the childrens birth until first grade. They assessed infants difficult temperament as well as how they were parented between the first week and the sixth month of life, based on both observations and parent reports. When the children were 2 and a half and 3 years old, the researchers watched mothers with their children doing tasks that challenged the children and required assistance from the parents. Finally, when the children were in kindergarten and first grade, researchers asked moms and teachers to rate the childrens behavior problems.. Before the study, we thought it was likely the combination of difficult infant temperament and negative parenting that put parent-child pairs most at risk for conflict in the toddler period, and then put the children at risk for conduct problems at school age, according to Michael F. Lorber, a research scientist at New York University and lead author of the paper ...
Original Research. Temperament Profiles and Character Development. Adventurous and explosive temperament profiles have been associated with antisocial and borderline personality disorders. This analysis of over 2,000 participants in the Young Finns study looks at whether these temperaments were linked to development of immature character over a 15-year follow-up, and whether social support and attachment security might modify these relationships.. DOI: 10.4088/JCP.17m11587 , Posted: 02/13/2018. Original Research. Antipsychotic Prescriptions in Outpatients With MDD. Because recent research supports the effectiveness of antipsychotics in nonresponsive major depressive disorder, examining national prescribing trends for these drugs in MDD is a timely topic. Using data from the 2006-2015 National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, this study reports on which antipsychotics are being prescribed and the percentages of patients that are receiving them.. DOI: 10.4088/JCP.17m11970 , Posted: ...
We examined the magnitude of genetic and environmental influences on observed negative emotionality at age 14, 20, and 24 months. Participants were 403 same-sex twin pairs recruited from the Longitudinal Twin Study whose emotional responses to four different situations were coded by independent raters. Negative emotionality showed significant consistency across settings, and there was evidence of a latent underlying negative emotionality construct. Heritability decreased, and the magnitude of shared environmental influences increased, for the latent negative emotionality construct from age 14 to 24 months. There were significant correlations between negative emotionality assessed at age 14, 20, and 24 months, and results suggested common genetic and shared environmental influences affecting negative emotionality across age, and that age-specific influences are limited to non-shared environmental influences, which include measurement error.
The Satirist: His Temperament, Motivation, and Influence - 1963, Page 1 by Leonard Feinberg. Read The Satirist: His Temperament, Motivation, and Influence now at Questia.
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K9: This is a development calendar that is the result of many puppy growth & development cycles under observation. Morgan has agreed to make it pinned at the top of the puppy forum for the benefit of the forums members. The purpose of this calendar is to be used as a tool or guide for those raising pups to use to identify temperament changes in their pups during development. The reason for such a calendar is that by knowing certain temperament traits are common in all breeds at certain
Nicotine can have consequences on the in-utero development of the babys brain and blood vessels found in the umbilical cord. They may likely be forced to contract.. Add to that an accumulation of carbon monoxide in their blood. This reduces oxygen supply and exposes them to many other chemical products found in cigarettes. This can have a real and dangerous impact over the short, medium and long term. Unfortunately, when your child is born, we wont be able to tell you how it will be affected.. There are many possible impacts, such as low birth weight or more difficult temperament. Longer term, learning disorders, speech disorders, increased diagnosis of hyperactivity and attention deficit disorder (ADD), behavioural disorders, more asthma and a predisposition to consuming tobacco products and other substances later in life may occur.. After childbirth, you might be wondering if its okay or not to breastfeed your baby if you smoke. I will provide you with details in the next section about ...
Matilda made her first appearance as a three-year-old at York on 10 August when she started 5/4 favourite for a ten furlong sweepstake. Ridden by Bill Scott, she led from the start, set a strong pace and won easy[6] from Moonshine and Kit Cat.[9] The Sporting Magazine praised the fillys speed, but criticised her lack of size, dubious stamina and difficult temperament.[10] On 18 September, Matilda was sent to Doncaster to contest the St Leger Stakes over one and three quarter miles, in which she was ridden by Jem Robinson. She was third favourite in the betting at odds of 9/1 behind her stable companion Granby and the Derby winner Mameluke. The start of the race was chaotic and controversial: the official starter, Mr Lockwood, proved unable to control the jockeys and there were at least seven false starts before the race began. There were suspicions that Lockwood, and many of the jockeys had been bribed to delay the start for as long as possible in the hope of upsetting Mameluke and preventing ...
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They are a combination of three breeds: Rex, New Zealand and Californian. Californian and New Zealand breeds are related and currently are the most popular commercial meat breeds due to their fast growth. The Rex breed, while being an excellent meat breed, is particularly known for its fine fur. Ours seem to have a mellower temperament, which is helpful for their mothering ability and handling in general. While they grow somewhat less quickly than the New Zealand and Californian breeds, we use the Rex to add hybrid vigor and positive temperament characteristics. ...
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Angela Oswalt, MSW. As we have reiterated throughout this series of developmental articles, every child develops at his or her own pace. Many factors, both internal and external, can impact a childs level of emotional development. Internally, temperament (the innate or genetic component of an individuals personality) can affect how children respond to the world emotionally. Children who have more easy-going temperaments tend to have a easier time learning to regulate their own emotions as well as to respond to other peoples emotions more positively. Children who have difficult or slow-to-warm-up temperaments tend to struggle to regulate their own emotions and will typically react to other peoples strong emotions by becoming distressed themselves. More information on the different types of temperament can be found in the Sensorimotor Developmental Article.. Externally, role models and the environment will also influence how children react to the world emotionally. Bronfenbrenners ecological ...
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They take a triangular shape, instead of the usual rounded or almond-shaped eyes of other canine breeds. American Akita puppy will cost you about 98000 Rupees in India. These two have physical and personality differences. Their front legs are firm, and the hind legs are rather muscular with well-developed upper thighs. American Akita is larger and more imposing than Japanese Akita. An Akita that has been overtrained to be a serious watchdog will not likely be a good fit in a domestic environment. If you ever owned an American Akita you probably noticed that they are more active when there is colder weather outside. Akita temperament. They do have some long hair but its only found on the tail. In such cases, it slowly destroys the photoreceptor cells in the eyes. Although, it also has a lot to do with the fact that they are quite territorial, protective, and fearless. Any of these organizations can help you bring home your next best friend: There were many back and forths between organizations ...
Introduction. Temperament is defined as an animals inherent response to a stressful stimulus and is determined by genetic and permanent environmental effects such as early life experience (Dodd et al., 2012). In measuring and selecting for temperament in livestock, producers want animals that are easier to handle in open situations, as well as in more restricted environments. Temperament is also believed to be linked to some production traits. In extensively reared and managed sheep it has been shown that temperament is related to the ability of ewes to rear their lambs (Murphy et al, 1994; Kilgour & Szantar-Codington, 1995). Stress also influences meat quality (Cloete et al., 2005); syndromes such as pale, soft and exudative (PSE) meat in pork and dark, firm and dry (DFD) meat in beef may result from an inability of slaughter animals to cope with either acute short-term or chronic long-term stress (Lawrie, 1998). Cloete et al. (2005) found that Merino lambs more susceptible to stress had ...
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Four temperaments Functional Ensemble of Temperament Keirsey Temperament Sorter Socionics temperaments Structure of Temperament ... Other temperament systems include those based upon theories of adult temperament (e.g. Gray and Martin's Temperament Assessment ... " Child Temperament". Retrieved 2009-04-21. Firchow, Nancy M.L.S. "Your Child's Temperament: Some Basics". Archived ... "Temperament , personality". Steiner, Rudolf (1909). "The Four Temperaments: Lecture in Berlin". Retrieved 2009-04-21. Steiner, ...
This temperament is closer to equal temperament than the previous two. This tuning is based on a division of the monochord ... Werckmeister temperaments are the tuning systems described by Andreas Werckmeister in his writings. The tuning systems are ... He described the Septenarius as "an additional temperament which has nothing at all to do with the divisions of the comma, ... giving the temperament of each in fractions of a comma. Werckmeister used the organbuilder's notation of ^ for a downwards ...
This temperament is very similar to Young's second temperament, which also has six consecutive pure fifths and six tempered by ... as they do in Vallotti's temperament. In the original description of his temperament, Vallotti made each of the fifths B-F♯, F ... the lost art of nineteenth-century temperament, and the science of equal-temperament, complete with instructions for aural and ... In the modern version of Vallotti's temperament, each of the fifths B-F♯, F♯-C♯, C♯-G♯, G♯-E♭, E♭-B♭, and B♭-F are perfectly ...
... "the Temperament that I have just explained", "the Temperament", "the ordinary Temperament" (temperament ordinaire), "the ... The phrase temperament ordinaire (French tempérament ordinaire, meaning literally "ordinary temperament" or "usual temperament ... "temperament ordinaire", "temperament" (without qualifier), and also as "the common rule of temperament", and gives practical ... "temperament ordinaire" was a phrase denoting just the temperament in ordinary use, with no sign that he was using this ...
An equal temperament is a musical temperament or tuning system, which approximates just intervals by dividing an octave (or ... Equal Temperaments Huygens-Fokker Foundation Centre for Microtonal Music A.Orlandini: Music Acoustics "Temperament" from A ... For several centuries, Europe used a variety of tuning systems, including 12 equal temperament, as well as meantone temperament ... Bach's Very Ordinary Temperament" Well Temperaments, based on the Werckmeister Definition FAVORED CARDINALITIES OF SCALES by ...
In microtonal music, magic temperament is a regular temperament whose period is an octave and whose generator is an ... which is to say that these equal temperaments make reasonable tunings for magic temperament, and therefore a piece written in ... In magic temperament, this comma is not tempered away, and the sequence of notes separated by major thirds continues ... Magic temperament is compatible with divisions of the octave into nineteen, twenty-two, and forty-one equal parts, ...
The temperaments are referred to individually as "Young's first temperament" and "Young's second temperament", more briefly as ... "Young temperament" may refer to either of a pair of circulating temperaments described by Thomas Young in a letter dated July 9 ... Young's 2nd temperament is very similar to the Vallotti temperament which also has six consecutive pure fifths and six tempered ... Young's first temperament C major chord in Young's first temperament Problems playing this file? See media help. " ...
Meantone temperaments are constructed the same way as Pythagorean tuning, as a stack of equal fifths, but it is a temperament ... The name "meantone temperament" derives from the fact that all such temperaments have only one size of the tone, while just ... Meantone temperament is a musical temperament, that is a tuning system, obtained by narrowing the fifths so that their ratio is ... A meantone temperament is a linear temperament, distinguished by the width of its generator (the fifth, often measured in cents ...
... ing in wolfhounds is an old and proven form of a mild dog fighting used in young dogs to test their temperament ... American Temperament Test Society, Inc. was started by Alfons Ertel in 1977. Ertel created a test for dogs that checks a dog's ... The Assess-a-Pet Temperament Test involves use of the Assess-a-Hand, a vinyl or latex mock hand and arm mounted on a wooden ... The breed's temperament, training, health and age of the dog is taken into account. Schaffner, Joan (2009). A Lawyer's Guide to ...
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... is an irregular temperament developed in the second half of the 18th century by Johann Kirnberger. ... The first Kirnberger temperament, "Kirnberger I", had similarities to Pythagorean temperament, which stressed the importance of ... Temperament, however, is a give-and-take situation: none is a perfect solution. It must also be remembered that temperament ... But every temperament system has a give-and-take compromise; each has to find a way of dealing with the comma. Friedrich ...
Herbert Kelletat (1960) suggests that Kirnberger III would have been Bach's temperament, or any other similar temperament. ... "Bach's Art of Temperament" (Website of Microstick) Spanyi M. (2006) : "Kirnberger's Temperament and its Use in Today's Musical ... 1 May 2006 journal/ongoing-quest-bachs-temperament The Ongoing Quest for Bach's Temperament, The Juilliard Journal, March 2009 ... A Bach Temperament is supposed to be the way that the composer Johann Sebastian Bach himself, should have tuned his clavichord ...
... (also good temperament, circular or circulating temperament) is a type of tempered tuning described in 20th- ... "well temperament" or "good temperament" usually means some sort of irregular temperament in which the tempered fifths are of ... "circular temperament" or "circulating temperament". Although equal temperament is discussed by Werckmeister in his treatises, ... Bach's temperament" Dominic Eckersley: "Rosetta Revisited: Bach's Very Ordinary Temperament". Bach Lehman Temperament (All ...
12 tone equal temperament 15 tone equal temperament 17 tone equal temperament 19 tone equal temperament 22 tone equal ... temperament 31 tone equal temperament 34 tone equal temperament 41 tone equal temperament 53 tone equal temperament 72 tone ... Well temperament is the name given to a variety of different systems of temperament that were employed to solve this problem, ... The most widely known example of this is the use of equal temperament to address problems of older temperaments, allowing for ...
It is also called the schismic temperament, Helmholtz temperament, or quasi-Pythagorean temperament. In Pythagorean tuning all ... by 65 a 1/5-schisma temperament, by 118 a 2/15-schisma temperament, and by 171 a 1/10-schisma temperament. The last named, 171 ... thus quarter-comma meantone temperament, eighth-schisma temperament, etc.). In both eighth-schisma tuning and quarter-comma ... A schismatic temperament is a musical tuning system that results from tempering the schisma of 32805:32768 (1.9537 cents) to a ...
A rank-two temperament has two generators. Hence, meantone is a rank-2 temperament. In studying regular temperaments, it can be ... Other linear temperaments include the schismatic temperament of Hermann von Helmholtz and miracle temperament. If the ... The best-known example of a linear temperaments is meantone temperament, where the generating intervals are usually given in ... which are a property useful in describing temperaments. "Regular Temperament", on Xenharmonic Wiki. A. Milne, W. A. Sethares, ...
"Hyperthymic Temperament". Karam, Elie G.; Salamoun, Mariana M.; Yeretzian, Joumana S.; Mneimneh, Zeina N.; Karam, Aimee N.; ... Hyperthymic temperament, or hyperthymia, from Ancient Greek ὑπέρ ("over", meaning here excessive) + θυμός ("spirited"), is a ... Research also suggests a familial genetic connection of the temperament to bipolar I. Aside from references in historical and ... Studies have suggested that hyperthymic temperament may be associated with efficient performance of complex tasks under time ...
... the latter temperaments more closely approximating equal temperament than the former temperaments. Likewise, Europe as a whole ... Equal Temperaments Huygens-Fokker Foundation Centre for Microtonal Music A.Orlandini: Music Acoustics "Temperament" from A ... Werckmeister and Kirnberger were each dissatisfied with his first temperament and therefore created multiple temperaments, ... Bach's Very Ordinary Temperament" Well Temperaments, based on the Werckmeister Definition FAVORED CARDINALITIES OF SCALES by ...
Tuning and Temperament, Michigan State College Press, 1951 Dirk de Klerk. "Equal Temperament", Acta Musicologica, Vol. 51, Fasc ... In musical theory, 34 equal temperament, also referred to as 34-TET, 34-EDO or 34-ET, is the tempered tuning derived by ... J. Murray Barbour, Tuning and Temperament, Michigan State College Press, 1951. ... when the computer made possible a systematic search of all possible equal temperaments. While Barbour discusses it, the first ...
... is not a meantone system. Guitars have been constructed for 15-ET tuning. The American musician Wendy ... In music, 15 equal temperament, called 15-TET, 15-EDO, or 15-ET, is a tempered scale derived by dividing the octave into 15 ... Blackwood believes that 15 equal temperament, "is likely to bring about a considerable enrichment of both classical and popular ... Brewt: "Fifteen note equal temperament tutorial". Noah Jordan: "The Devil" (piano work). Claudi Meneghin: "Tocada" (for Two ...
... is a British silent motion picture of 1919 produced by David Falcke and directed by Fred Goodwins. It ... 19 The Artistic Temperament at IMDb v t e (Articles with short description, Short description is different from Wikidata, Use ... Artistic temperament, The' in Jay Robert Nash, Robert Connelly, & Stanley Ralph Ross, Motion Picture Guide Silent Film 1910- ...
Beta scale Elaine Walker (composer) meantone temperament musical temperament 31 Tone Equal Temperament Milne, A.; Sethares, W. ... 19 EDO is the tuning of the syntonic temperament in which the tempered perfect fifth is equal to 694.737 cents, as shown in ... In music, 19 Tone Equal Temperament, called 19 TET, 19 EDO ("Equal Division of the Octave"), or 19 ET, is the tempered scale ... Woolhouse, W. S. B. (1835). Essay on Musical Intervals, Harmonics, and the Temperament of the Musical Scale, &c. London: J. ...
Because 53-TET is compatible with both the schismatic temperament and the syntonic temperament, it can be used as a pivot ... Subsequently, the temperament has seen occasional use by composers in the west, and by the early 20th century, 53-TET had ... 53-TET is a tuning of equal temperament in which the tempered perfect fifth is 701.89 cents wide, as shown in Figure 1. The 53- ... In music, 53 equal temperament, called 53 TET, 53 EDO, or 53 ET, is the tempered scale derived by dividing the octave into 53 ...
Musical temperament Equal temperament Monzo, Joe (2005). "Equal-Temperament". Tonalsoft Encyclopedia of Microtonal Music Theory ... In music, 23 equal temperament, called 23-TET, 23-EDO ("Equal Division of the Octave"), or 23-ET, is the tempered scale derived ...
In music, 17 tone equal temperament is the tempered scale derived by dividing the octave into 17 equal steps (equal frequency ... Ellis, Alexander J. (1863). "On the Temperament of Musical Instruments with Fixed Tones", Proceedings of the Royal Society of ... 17 equal temperament, 9 tone mode on YouTube, by Wongi Hwang (Articles with short description, Short description matches ... Wikidata, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from September 2015, Equal temperaments, ...
Although the 72 equal temperament is based on irrational intervals (see above), as is the 12 tone equal temperament mostly ... 72-EDO includes all those equal temperaments. Since it contains so many temperaments, 72-EDO contains at the same time tempered ... The 72 equal temperament is used in Byzantine music theory, dividing the octave into 72 equal moria, which itself derives from ... In music, 72 equal temperament, called twelfth-tone, 72-TET, 72-EDO, or 72-ET, is the tempered scale derived by dividing the ...
... author of Types of men Ernst Kretschmer Five temperaments Four temperaments Socionics Temperament Type theory Lilienfeld, Scott ... Keirsey developed the Temperament Sorter after being introduced to the MBTI in 1956. Tracing the idea of temperament back to ... The Guardian temperament is one of four temperaments defined by Keirsey. Correlating with the SJ (sensing-judging) Myers-Briggs ... The Rational temperament is one of the four temperaments defined by Keirsey. Correlating with the NT (intuitive-thinking) Myers ...
Musical temperament Equal temperament Bosanquet, R.H.M. "On the Hindoo division of the octave, with additions to the theory of ... Tuning and Temperament. Contemporary advocates of 22 equal temperament include music theorist Paul Erlich. 22-EDO can be ... Finally, 22-ET has a good approximation of the 11th harmonic, and is in fact the smallest equal temperament to be consistent in ... In music, 22 equal temperament, called 22-TET, 22-EDO, or 22-ET, is the tempered scale derived by dividing the octave into 22 ...
41-ET can be seen as a tuning of the schismatic, magic and miracle temperaments. It is the second smallest equal temperament, ... In music, 41 equal temperament, abbreviated 41-TET, 41-EDO, or 41-ET, is the tempered scale derived by dividing the octave into ... 1] Dirk de Klerk "Equal Temperament", Acta Musicologica, Vol. 51, Fasc. 1 (Jan. - Jun., 1979), pp. 140-150 "The Kite Guitar ", ... Although 41-ET has not seen as wide use as other temperaments such as 19-ET or 31-ET[citation needed], pianist and engineer ...
Favoritism towards a temperament almost always results in the isolation of other temperaments, intentional or not. Temperament ... Temperament is not defined on how social a person is or on whether they are shy or not. Rather, temperament is influenced by ... Temperaments are not a measure of sociability. Temperaments are biologic and fixed from birth like race and sex. While ... Assumption of Temperament Isolation Theory: Cultures are naturally inclined to favor certain temperaments. ...
Season of birth appears to influence the risk of developing affective temperaments in adulthood, which, in turn, may lead to ... He noted that temperaments are not disorders but rather are biology-driven behavioral and emotional trends. ... BERLIN ― The season during which an individual was born appears to influence adult temperament, which, in turn, may lead to the ... "Although both genetic and environmental factors are involved in ones temperament, now we know that the season at birth plays a ...
Inherited genes play a role in determining the temperament of a person. Read more to learn how genetics impact behavioral ... Temperament remains fairly consistent, particularly throughout adulthood.. Similar temperaments within a family may be ... Scientists estimate that 20 to 60 percent of temperament is determined by genetics. Temperament, however, does not have a clear ... To find out more about the role of genetics in temperament:. The Dana Foundation. One of a Kind: The Neurobiology of ...
Introduction I. Temperament defined Your temperament is like an artists canvas. ... ... O. Do men and womens temperaments differ substantially? Temperament is temperament. There are choleric men and choleric women ... E. Is one temperament "better" than another? Each of us is who we are - we were made that way based on inherited temperament ... I. Temperament defined Your temperament is like an artists canvas. It is your basic inherited style. It is the fabric ...
Hippocrates, Humours & Temperament-Theory in the Traditional Teachings of Astrology and Medicine (Deborah Houlding, 2013) ... Temperament had further associations, such as with the seasons and planets. The sun, for example, is hot and dry while the moon ... The four temperaments in traditional medical astrology also refer to the four humours of Antiquity, or bodily fluids believed ... Elements, temperaments and humours. Modern astrology takes many of its insights on personality from the field of psychology. ...
Spirit-controlled temperament by Tim F. LaHaye, 1966, Tyndale House edition, in English ... Religious aspects of Temperament, Spiritual life, Temperament, Holy spirit, Theodicy, Large type books ... cite book,author=Tim F. LaHaye ,date=1966 ,title=Spirit-controlled temperament ,url= ...
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... and explore the link between temperament and goodness of… ... In this session participants will define temperament and ... In this session participants will define temperament and temperament characteristics, and explore the link between temperament ... In this session participants will define temperament and temperament characteristics, and explore the link between temperament ... In this session participants will define temperament and temperament characteristics, explore the link between temperament and ...
Understanding the traits of temperament helps us to better understand ourselves and the children and fami... ... Each of us have our own temperament which has been the basis of our personality formation. ... In this webinar we will discuss and look at the origins of temperament, examine traits and styles of temperament, and discuss ... Each of us have our own temperament which has been the basis of our personality formation. Understanding the traits of ...
Clinton and Trump went toe-to-toe on temperament during the first presidential debate, but what is temperament, anyway? ... What is temperament?. Merriam-Websters dictionary defines "temperament" as "the usual attitude, mood or behavior of a person ... Temperament vs. personality. In last nights debate, Clinton and Trump seemed to use the word "temperament" almost ... Temperament category as defined by this assessment (which does not differentiate between personality and temperament) does not ...
You can take this test to find out what your temperament is. ... The four temperaments are:. *Sanguine (blood): People with ... Four Temperaments Test: Whats My Temperament?. Medically reviewed by Bethany Juby, PsyD - By Leslie Hinson on November 3, 2022 ... People with this temperament love to love and often make doting parents and partners. If you have this temperament, you likely ... Remember that your temperament isnt the same as your personality. While your temperament is typically decided at birth, your ...
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This is also a personality/temperament issue. I like to think that I take some risk, and wish I were even more adventurous, ... Personalities and Temperaments in Art. Mr. Hodges Soileau · Jun 10, 2012. · 5 Comments ... I personally choose to paint as directly as I possibly can, because I believe my temperament/personality dictates it. I am by ... This is a choice based on temperament or personality. There is no one best way to paint a painting. Beautiful paintings result ...
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In short, Trumps temperament has been an impediment to successful politics. ... The temperament comes into play in part because of the political configuration that is likely to be in place by the time Biden ... In short, Trumps temperament has been an impediment to successful politics.. The political question that no one has the answer ... Biden now has the experience, expertise, wisdom, and temperament that he lacked when he first auditioned for the job. In the ...
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And when they checked the animals temperaments, the least bold and most docile raccoons seemed best prepared to learn how to ... UW Raccoon Research Ties Temperament With Learning Ability. September 23, 2022. Lauren Stanton led raccoon research between ... Appearing in the Journal of Experimental Biology, the findings draw a connection between raccoons temperaments and their ...
In a nutshell, temperament in language and character is fundamentally important for a judicial officer. The American Bar ... The importance and solemnity of the office of judge demands temperate language and the appropriate judicial temperament. ... Judicial temperament is certainly not displayed by a Court when incendiary and demeaning language is used. Judges must show ... Association defines temperament as having compassion, decisiveness, open-mindedness, sensitivity, courtesy, patience, freedom ...
Democratic Temperament clearly shows that James deserves to be read not only for his recognized genius but also for his fresh ... Democratic Temperament: The Legacy of William James. By Joshua I. Miller (NHC Fellow, 1993-94) ... Miller sees this temperament as a healthy corrective to the mean-spiritedness that characterizes so much current political ... Democratic Temperament: The Legacy of William James. American Political Thought. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1997. ...
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On my synth keyboard I can adjust temperament by choosing one of the presets (with the base note, e.g. Kirnberger C) or ... Re: Temperament/Tuning for MIDI Playback « Reply #1 on: 3 Jan 22 - 13:49 » ... Re: Temperament/Tuning for MIDI Playback « Reply #2 on: 6 Jun 22 - 20:40 » ... and on top of that being able to switch temperament before or during playback without modifying the MIDI file itself sounds ...
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  • Temperament includes behavioral traits such as sociability (outgoing or shy), emotionality (easy-going or quick to react), activity level (high or low energy), attention level (focused or easily distracted), and persistence (determined or easily discouraged). (
  • Temperament, however, does not have a clear pattern of inheritance and there are not specific genes that confer specific temperamental traits. (
  • Certain gene variations may contribute to particular traits related to temperament. (
  • Understanding the traits of temperament helps us to better understand ourselves and the children and families we work with. (
  • Unlike temperament, psychological traits don't necessarily have to be innate. (
  • Keep in mind that most people don't display traits of only one temperament but rather a mixture of two or more. (
  • The Choleric temperament has energetic and fiery traits, and is represented by reds that reflect passion and its element, Fire. (
  • In no other kind of human relationship is knowledge of the temperaments - the fundamental personality traits, hard-wired into us at birth, that affect the way we respond to the world around us - so critical, and so fruitful, as in a Christian marriage. (
  • Do the Traits of the Horse Affect Its Temperament? (
  • To investigate the relationship between temperament traits and dental fear and anxiety (DFA) in children and adolescents by the means of a systematic review (PROSPERO #CRD42020207578). (
  • The GRADE approach was performed to determine the certainty of evidence of relationship between temperament traits. (
  • Temperament and Atypical Behavior Scale Screener and Temperament and Atypical Behavior Scale Assessment Tool. (
  • In the first studies of infant temperament, for example, the researchers tried to find out if some babies might be more intense than others in all of their reactions and behaviors. (
  • Others display behaviors associated with three or all four temperaments. (
  • Much of what is seen from the temperament are behaviors and actions that have been shaped by their trainers and owners. (
  • We use the english lines with good working ability, as well as great temperaments. (
  • Our dogs are healthy and have great temperaments. (
  • The sanguine is the most emotional of the temperaments and can burst into tears or a rage without warning. (
  • People with sanguine temperaments are typically outgoing, cheerful, and optimistic. (
  • Truth's healing power does eventually enter the tale, and readers learn that each of the Four Temperaments brought to the stage by Balanchine- Sanguine, Choleric, Melancholic and Phlegmatic-is part of the mosaic needed to ensure that love and passion endure the wanderings of the heart. (
  • And finally, happy Sanguine temperament exudes optimism and sociability with its outgoing yellow and airy elements. (
  • A child's temperament influences not only his or her style of interaction but the very way in which he or she understands and experiences the world and the people in it. (
  • Whether neighborhood aspects pose a risk or serve as protective factors depends on a child's temperament and their sensitivity to neighborhood influences. (
  • In October, a newer and considerably thinner book, Joe Biden: The Life, the Run, and What Matters Now , by National Book Award-winning author Evan Osnos, gave a more penetrating look into the future president-elect, getting more into the personality and temperament of Biden and how he looks at and approaches life and politics. (
  • Later, Clinton said that some of Trump's foreign-policy statements revealed a person without the right temperament to be commander in chief. (
  • In short, Trump's temperament has been an impediment to successful politics. (
  • True Temperament´s super accurate intonation improves your guitar sound. (
  • A most important person in the development of the True Temperament Fretting System is co-founder and senior adviser Paul Guy. (
  • In this article, Paul recalls the beginnings of True Temperament and how Anders and he developed what today is considered by many guitar experts and world renowned guitarists, to be the greatest improvement to the guitar in several hundred years. (
  • His invention of the revolutionary True Temperament fretting system is today considered by many guitar experts and world renowned guitarists to be the greatest improvement that has happened to the guitar in over 200 years. (
  • A recurring ¬ and very important - question we get at True Temperament is how to tune and intonate a TT guitar. (
  • Here´s the team behind True Temperament. (
  • Another in the series of True Temperament frets, the sound is sparkly and for those who care, just more closely accurate intonated. (
  • The importance and solemnity of the office of judge demands temperate language and the appropriate judicial temperament. (
  • As I watched portions of the Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearings for Justice Kavanaugh, another basic legal tenant, the importance of displaying judicial temperament, became a focal point in the debate. (
  • Judicial temperament is one of the most important qualities of a judge. (
  • But we are united, as professors of law and scholars of judicial institutions, in believing that he did not display the impartiality and judicial temperament requisite to sit on the highest court of our land. (
  • People with choleric temperaments are typically success-oriented. (
  • Instead, many (perhaps thousands) of common gene variations (polymorphisms) combine to influence individual characteristics of temperament. (
  • In this session participants will define temperament and temperament characteristics, and explore the link between temperament and "goodness of fit. (
  • In this session participants will define temperament and temperament characteristics, explore the link between temperament and "goodness of fit," and understand how each aspect of temperament can be viewed as both a risk and protective factor. (
  • These researchers examined three temperament characteristics-fear, irritability and impulsivity-and sought to determine which of those made children more responsive to the characteristics of their neighborhoods. (
  • the remaining articles will focus on behavior and temperament characteristics and research in the field of service dog training. (
  • In last night's debate, Clinton and Trump seemed to use the word "temperament" almost interchangeably with the concept of personality . (
  • Even though the terms are used interchangeably, temperament and personality aren't the same. (
  • Rhesus monkeys are widely utilized to model genetic contributions to human development due to their close genetic-relatedness and common temperament structure, providing a powerful translational model for investigating paternal and maternal genetic influences on temperament. (
  • Do Artists' Personalities and Temperaments dictate the Styles and Subjects they choose to express themselves? (
  • Identical twins typically have very similar temperaments when compared with their other siblings. (
  • While your temperament is typically decided at birth, your personality is developed over time and influenced by your experiences. (
  • This includes the overall Andalusian horse temperament that is typically seen. (
  • At the heart of the book is James's description of the 'democratic temperament,' which comprises a willingness to act, the placing of public good ahead of private comfort, generosity toward one's opponents, and mutual respect among citizens of different viewpoints, races, genders, classes, and religions. (
  • Bringing together an extraordinary richness of evidence-from letters, diaries, and other intimate family writing of the 17th and 18th centuries-Philip Greven, the distinguished scholar of colonial history explores the strikingly distinctive ways in which Protestant children were reared, and the Protestant temperament shaped, in America. (
  • Few studies, however, have evaluated paternal and maternal contributions to the triadic dimensions of temperament. (
  • The temperament of rhesus monkey infants born to 19 different sires and 50 different dams was assessed during the first month of life by comparing the temperament of paternal or maternal half-siblings reared with their mothers in species-normative conditions or reared in a neonatal nursery. (
  • These results show that paternal and maternal contributions to temperament vary by environmental context, and that mothers may environmentally buffer their infants from paternal contributions to their temperament. (
  • Knowing your primary or secondary temperament(s) can be a powerful self-awareness tool to help you notice behavior patterns. (
  • Sable is ONLY the colour of the coat and has NO relevance WHAT SO EVER in temperament of the dog. (
  • These breeds totally vary in activity level, trainability, coat type and temperament. (
  • Understanding another's temperament can help you adapt your communication to theirs or, at the least, understand why you have problems with them. (
  • Biden now has the experience, expertise, wisdom, and temperament that he lacked when he first auditioned for the job. (
  • Here veteran Catholic counselor Art Bennett and his wife Laraine provide an accessible synthesis of classical wisdom, modern counseling science, and Catholic spirituality: a rich understanding of the temperaments and what they mean for you and for your family. (
  • Now they're back with more temperament wisdom, designed specially for couples and guaranteed to improve your marital communication, intimacy, and happiness: The Temperament God Gave Your Spouse. (
  • The aim of this study was to review the scientific production that addresses the associations between children´s temperament and the parents´ marital relationship. (
  • Most of the articles emphasized the impact of the children´s temperament on the parents´ marital relationship. (
  • Traditional astrologers today look at temperament as an alternative to psychology in analysing people's dispositions. (
  • The beautiful blues represent the Melancholic temperament , which has a deep and compassionate nature. (
  • BERLIN ― The season during which an individual was born appears to influence adult temperament, which, in turn, may lead to the development of a mood disorder, new research shows. (
  • Knowledge of a child's temperaments does not predict their adult personality profiles very well," he said. (
  • To deal effectively with the ED population, staff must be able to let go of their own insecurities and perceptions about behavior, identify differences in temperament, and redirect negative behavior. (
  • Knowledge of a person's temperament allows one to predict with confidence what they will not become, but is less able to predict the persona they will develop. (
  • The temperament strip mute allows you to aurally tune the temperament section of the piano by inserting the strip in the gaps between tricords (3-string unisons), allowing only the center strings to vibrate. (
  • Merriam-Webster's dictionary defines "temperament" as "the usual attitude, mood or behavior of a person or animal," but psychologists use the term a little more specifically. (
  • Schwartz CE, Snidman N, Kagan J. Adolescent social anxiety as an outcome of inhibited temperament in childhood. (
  • A study of more than 300 college students in Hungary showed that the participants who were born in winter were less likely to have cyclothymic, hyperthymic, or irritable temperaments compared with their peers who were born during other seasons. (
  • However, winter-born students were more likely to have depressive temperament than were autumn-born participants. (
  • Understanding temperament - your own and others - make you much better equipped to handle interpersonal relationships successfully. (
  • He also gives us the temperament that, all our days, colors our understanding, guides our choices, and serves as the foundation of our moral and spiritual life. (
  • Best of all, they give you a Catholic understanding of the four temperaments that will bring you closer to God and help you discover the path to holiness that's right for you. (
  • Read The Temperament God Gave Your Spouse and discover a new world of understanding and respect for the person you married. (
  • And when they checked the animals' temperaments, the least bold and most docile raccoons seemed best prepared to learn how to operate the console, "which suggests a potential relationship between emotional reactivity and cognitive ability in raccoons," Stanton says. (
  • This temperament is usually thought of as a "natural salesman" but they also tend to enter professions that are outgoing such as acting. (
  • The actions and interactions of each temperament tend to reflect underlying needs. (
  • Temperament" was the buzzword of last night's presidential debate, the first between Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump. (
  • The most tweeted-about line of the night, according to The Hollywood Reporter , was Trump saying, "I think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. (
  • After arguing with moderator Lester Holt for several minutes about his previous support for the Iraq war, Donald Trump claimed during Monday's presidential debate that he had a "much better temperament" than Hillary Clinton. (
  • Parental genetic contributions to neonatal temperament in a nonhuman p" by Elizabeth K. Wood, Jacob N. Hunter et al. (
  • The four temperaments are a proto-psychological theory first attributed to the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates. (
  • The Protestant Temperament uncovers the personal experience and the psychological and social effects of religion and piety in the American of the 17th and 18th centuries, the feelings as well as the beliefs of religious people. (
  • Democratic Temperament clearly shows that James deserves to be read not only for his recognized genius but also for his fresh and unexpected insights into the possibilities and paradoxes of American democratic political consciousness. (
  • I didn't appreciate how much our temperaments affected our relationship until I read this book. (
  • I have now read The Temperament God Gave You and The Temperament God Gave Your Spouse. (
  • People with this temperament love to love and often make doting parents and partners. (
  • If you have this temperament, you likely remember details about people and know how to make someone feel special. (
  • Some people have a primary temperament and a secondary temperament. (
  • Because people with autonomy temperaments are often true leaders, teachers might see the need for control as a power play. (
  • The Barbarian Temperament: Towards a Postmodern Critical Theory (1st ed. (
  • The Bennett's clearly explain the temperaments and give practical tools to incorporate the information into your lives. (
  • Bipolar issue is a mental wellbeing state that makes amazing temperament swings that incorporate enthusiastic highs and lows. (
  • The Four Temperaments (Doubleday, $23.95) deals with men and women who squelch dreams and ignite new passions on a diet of love and disappointment. (
  • He also knew that his poised under pressure temperament was an asset to his success. (
  • The PEO ( Population , Exposure, and Outcome) strategy was followed using children and adolescents as the population , temperament as the exposure, and DFA as the outcome. (
  • Personality emerges from the interaction of temperament and life experiences. (
  • Nevertheless, the researchers were able to discover aspects of temperament that are more stable, such as level of activity and the ability to maintain attention. (
  • Drawing on decades of study, prayer, and practical experience, Art and Laraine show you how to identify your own temperament and use it to become what God is calling you to be: a loving spouse, an effective parent, and a good friend. (
  • As stated in the preamble of the Code of Judicial Conduct, "[J]udges, individually and collectively, must respect and honor the judicial office as a public trust and strive to enhance and maintain confidence in our legal system… Good temperament is vital to this endeavor. (
  • Your results will show what is likely your primary temperament but aren't likely to describe you perfectly. (
  • Within its limitations, children and adolescents with a temperament -like emotionality/ neuroticism and shyness are more likely to present higher DFA. (
  • The four temperaments in traditional medical astrology also refer to the four humours of Antiquity, or bodily fluids believed to govern health and disposition. (
  • Because of this, the temperament of the horse can change somewhat if a health issue becomes present. (
  • The dependence of the 7 dimensions of the Temperament and Character Inventory version 9 on PD, three other subcategories of depression, and a group of normal controls was tested by MANCOVA. (
  • Your temperament will influence how you react and adjust to change. (
  • How the trainer or owner responds to the condition of the horse will influence what its future temperament will be. (
  • There are several inventory tools that educators can use to assess their own temperament style and that of students. (
  • In their bestselling book, The Temperament God Gave You, authors Art and Laraine Bennett re-introduced the age-old concept of the four classic temperaments, and showed how to use them to understand yourself, get along with others, and grow closer to God. (
  • By focusing on and finding ways to best meet these needs, individuals of all temperaments can learn to thrive in times of change. (
  • No temperament group adapts to change better or worse overall than any other group. (
  • Environmental factors also play a role in temperament by influencing gene activity. (
  • Temperament personality activity / Jan Strelau. (
  • His emotions are the lease developed of all the temperaments. (
  • Similar temperaments within a family may be attributable to shared genetics and to the environment in which an individual is raised. (
  • It is also the superset which contains within it several subset tunings from a nearly optimal version of the miracle family of temperaments. (
  • mean age, 20.6 years) were enrolled in the study and asked to complete the standardized Hungarian version of the Temperament Evaluation of Memphis, Pisa, Paris, and San Diego-Auto (TEMPS-A) questionnaire. (
  • Now comes The Temperament God Gave You, the first Catholic book on the subject in 70 years. (
  • Whereas temperament involves automatic adaptation via conditioned response patterns, character is thought to involve conscious-adaptive information processing. (
  • Appearing in the Journal of Experimental Biology , the findings draw a connection between raccoons' temperaments and their ability to learn how to obtain food. (
  • You'll find yourself growing in each of these qualities as you come to understand - and learn to use as you should - the temperament God gave you. (
  • I highly recommend their Temperaments series for those involved in marriage ministry and those couples who wish to learn more about themselves, and develop a stronger Christian bond in the sacred life of marriage. (
  • Knowledge of the location, size, and shape of the rock, analogous to a temperament, permits an observer to eliminate many places where it will not rest, but it is impossible to know its final location because one cannot know the gullies and obstacles it will strike on its way down. (
  • Studying your own temperament helps you understand your strengths and weaknesses and why you do some of the things you do. (
  • Ancient philosophers identified four basic temperaments, and over the centuries, countless wise souls have used these four to understand human nature. (