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longitudinal investigation, which started in 1977, identified lower SES individuals as being highly aggressive and/or withdrawn in childhood.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 childtemperament.net.. 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 ...
J Psychosom Res. 2011 Oct;71(4):245-9. doi: 10.1016/j.jpsychores.2011.03.010. Epub 2011 Apr 22. Research Support, Non-U.S. Govt
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
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.. ...
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. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0102-79722011000300011.. 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: ...
A genome-wide association study of Cloningers temperament scales: Implications for the evolutionary genetics of personality ...
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
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 ...
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. ...
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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Dalmatians Temperament: The Dalmatians temperament dates back down to generations and generations of Dalmatians. Not all Dalmatians will have the same temperament we are just saying it is a possibility of them having an average Dalmatian temperament. They are extremely protective of their owners and loved ones who live with them. They are indeed a watchdog which dates back to their coachmen days. They really want to protect their owners from strangers so it keeps them on alert.. In public around people they dont know they are quiet and more reserved then most dogs but they usually arent ever shy. They will walk right up to you and smell you and your other dogs and check you out. Its their watchdog motility that makes them investigate everything. They want to make you feel safe and they are also extremely curious about things. This dog breed will also stop at nothing to make you laugh. They have a great sense of humor and they love to make you smile and your loved ones!. Dalmatians Coat: ...
First published in 1935, Sex & Temperament is a fascinating and brilliant anthropological study of the intimate lives of three New Guinea tribes from...
Division of the octave into 31 steps arose naturally out of Renaissance music theory; the lesser diesis - the ratio of an octave to three major thirds, 128:125 or 41.06 cents - was approximately a fifth of a tone and a third of a semitone. In 1555, Nicola Vincento proposed an extended-meantone tuning of 31 tones. In 1666, Lemme Rossi first proposed an equal temperament of this order. In 1691, having discovered it independently, scientist Christiaan Huygens wrote about it also.[2] Since the standard system of tuning at that time was quarter-comma meantone, in which the fifth is tuned to 4√5, the appeal of this method was immediate, as the fifth of 31-ET, at 696.77 cents, is only 0.19 cent wider than the fifth of quarter-comma meantone. Huygens not only realized this, he went farther and noted that 31-ET provides an excellent approximation of septimal, or 7-limit harmony. In the twentieth century, physicist, music theorist and composer Adriaan Fokker, after reading Huygenss work, led a revival ...
Fiery, excited temperament, thin, irritable, choleric persons, with dark hair, and those who have made prolonged mental exertions, or those of sedentary habits.. ...
There are going to be certain elements of his temperament that will not serve him well unless he recognizes them and corrects them, U.S. President Obama says in reference to President-elect Donald Trump. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).}
A complete definition of temperament and its four types: choleric, phlegmatic, sanguine, and melancholic; with strengths and weaknesses.
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Background. The prevalence rate of behaviour problems and maternal mental disturbance was estimated using a sample of 1047 families with a 3-year-old child from a mixed urban/rural area. Method. Parents completed the Child Behaviour Checklist, EAS Temperament Questionnaire, Weiss-Werry-Peters Activity Scale and the GHQ-30. Results. The rate of...
By the time a child starts school, his or her distinct temperament becomes more apparent. Every child has a unique way of feeling, thinking, and interacting with others. Some children are shy, while others are outgoing. Some are active, while others are calm. Some are fretful, while others are easygoing. Each family is composed of individuals who have their own distinct temperaments.. Be careful not to dismiss your childs feelings because they dont match your expectations. For example, if you are outgoing and active, it may be hard for you to understand your childs shy behaviour. Pushing your toddler into uncomfortable situations can erode rather than build his or her self-confidence.. Accept and celebrate your childs uniqueness. Remember that your child is an individual. Although you can influence behaviour to some degree, temperament is mostly inherited and typically a parent has little control over it. Allow your child to have his or her own personal preferences and feelings. And know ...
The students also enjoyed this text, although some students complained about the archaic language which often impeded understanding. I tend to agree with that complaint, but, this book was originally published in the 60s and the general language of most textbooks was somewhat...well, you know what I mean. This book is an excellent primer on temperament; whats more it gives very clear examples of how different dimensions can act alone or in collaboration with other dimensions to present a profile of student functioning. Also, the extra chapters delineating the developmental progression of temperament throughout the lifespan helps the reader to identify how temperament changes throughout the life. All that, plus, great case studies really sell this book for me. You would be wise to pick up a copy ...
Listen: Play in new window , Download (Running Time: 43:47 - 40.1MB) Condition of Mr. Segundo: Attempting to juggle several bleak futures.. Author: Paolo Bacigalupi. Subjects Discussed: How to stay writing after getting four novels rejected, Schopenhauer and the will to write, Mr. Bacigalupis bleak temperament, the relationship between personal temperament and fictional temperament, why short fiction markets are more open to a dark vision, talking specifically about specifics, imaginative detail in Bacigalupis early stories, William Gibson and hyperspecificity, permitting the reader to fill in the gaps, improvisation and what details emerge from the memory banks, devising an imaginative concept vs. the influence of phrasing, the relationship between language and spontaneity, the importance of manipulative violence, whether or not addicts can be sympathized with, stylistic momentum, past tense verbs and participles, getting annoyed with language tics, getting self-conscious about repetition, ...
In the days before equal temperament, all instruments were tuned to just or meantone temperaments so that fifths and thirds were closer to simple mathematical ratios (2:3, 4:5). Then, the semitones were of different sizes, and each key did have a different feel. A symphony in D minor would sound different (possibly sadder) than one in E minor. Now, with instruments all in equal temperament and all semitones the same size, unless you are a very unusual person with absolute pitch, the sound should feel exactly the same in different keys. That said, the ergonomics of certain instruments makes playing in some keys easier than other keys. An example is the standard violin whos strings are tuned in fifths from low G (G, D, A, E), and hence prefers playing in sharp keys (of G, D, A, E) rather than flat keys - but in the hands of a really good player can play in any key. An extreme case is diatonic instruments like 20 button Anglo concertinas, or two row melodeons, which can only play in two keys, ...
Temperament: ACD are determined, equable temperament, courageous, trustworthy, with an independent streak. With absolute devotion to duty, making them loyal and a self-appointed guardian to its owner, his herd and his property. While naturally suspicious and wary of strangers, the breed bonds closely to its family. However, the owners must establish themselves as the pack leader. Early socialization to both a variety of people and situations is recommended. Because of their level of devotion to their owners will typically result in the dog being never to far from the owners side. They can be aggressive with other animals but respond well to familiar dogs as long as there is an established pecking order. They can bite if "harshly treated" but are amenable to proper handling. To clear up some misconceptions, a red ACD is not a Dingo and there is no difference in temperament between blue and red dogs ...
Chapter 10 is titled: "Western Tuning Theory and Practice". In the first part, Greek classifications of ratios, tetrachords, scales and modes are mathematically and practically explained by tuning canon strings.These differentiations continues with the systems of Philolaus, Euclid, Aristoxenus, and Ptolemy. Of course, these tunings are also broken down to length ratios on a canon. Tables with Greek Enharmonic, Chromatic and Diatonic scales are provided. Meantone temperaments, well-temperaments and equal temperaments are treated in the same way. You will find for all these scale mathematically exact formulas and tables.This is, of course, no easy reading material although the math required could be done with a simple calculator. In the following sections different 12-tone Western scales are calculated and translated into cents. It is really astonishing just looking at the tables to see how different these scales are ...
Results. Two groups of subjects addicted to alcohol were identified: group 1 with high and group 2 with low childhood physical, emotional and sexual abuse indices. The subjects in Group 1 had significantly higher scores than the subjects in Group 2 on the TCI Temperament scales of NS and HA and lower scores on the TCI character scales of SD, C2 and C4. Group 1 subjects were significantly more likely than those from Group 2 to use avoidant coping strategies; they were also less likely to use problem-focused strategies and had significantly higher scores on general anxiety, overt anxiety, latent anxiety, level of aggression, physical aggression, hostility and anger ...
Some kids (and adults!) are inspired by the chance to strut their stuff and prove their prowess. Turn walks into races or backyard ball-tossing into real games with score-keeping. Make a dance party into an American Idol-style event with points awarded for the best moves. Who in your clan can take the most steps in a day, do the most push-ups, or twist into the most complicated yoga pose? You might be surprised! (Do keep your childs temperament in mind, though; this strategy will backfire with kids who are sensitive about their abilities, or who simply dont care about winners and losers.). 2. Step up the silly factor.. Catherine HoleckoIf youre dancing, go all out with crazy costumes and crazier moves. If youre taking a family walk, tell jokes or sing goofy songs as you go. If someone needs a new winter hat, pick up one of those funny fleeces that makes the wearer look like a court jester or a spiky-headed dinosaur. Who wouldnt want an excuse to go outside in get-up like that ...
Recent research has demonstrated the value of cattle with calm temperaments and the price producers pay for keeping wilder animals in their herds. A 5-year MAFES study found that cows with poor temperaments could affect an entire herd and reduce producers bottom lines.. Findings from this research led scientists to conclude that producers should cull bad-tempered cows from their herds.. Researchers measured how a trio of cows behaved while enclosed in a 12-by-12-foot pen. They also studied the behavior of a single cow held in a chute similar to the ones used to hold bulls before they are released at rodeos.. In both cases, the cows behavior was measured after humans approached them. The research used laser technology to gauge how fast a cow traveled 6 feet after being released from a chute. For each part of the experiment, the cows were scored on a 5-point scale. A score of 1 described cows that were nonaggressive, docile, slow walking, easily approachable and not excited by humans. A score of ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Divergent immune responses in behaviorally-inhibited vs. non-inhibited male rats. AU - Michael, Kerry C.. AU - Bonneau, Robert H.. AU - Bourne, Rebecca A.. AU - Godbolt, La Dara. AU - Caruso, Michael J.. AU - Hohmann, Christine. AU - Cavigelli, Sonia A.. PY - 2020/1/1. Y1 - 2020/1/1. N2 - Stable behavioral traits (temperament, personality) often predict health outcomes. Temperament-specific differences in immune function could explain temperament-specific health outcomes, however, we have limited information on whether immune function varies by personality. In the present study, we examined the relationship between a basic behavioral trait (behavioral-inhibition vs. non-inhibition) and two immune responses (innate inflammation and delayed-type hypersensitivity, DTH) in a rodent model. In humans, behavioral inhibition (fearful temperament) is associated with altered stress physiology and allergies. In laboratory rats, the trait is associated with elevated glucocorticoid ...
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US babies tend to be more social and impulsive and more likely to enjoy highly stimulating activities than infants from Chile, South Korea, and Poland, according to a new study by Maria Gartstein, professor of psychology at Washington State University.
Dr. Pérez-Edgar was recently interviewed about her upcoming project in collaboration with Dr. Buss, also of Penn State, and Dr. LoBue, of Rutgers University. Together, these collaborators seek to understand infant development and risks for developing anxiety later in life.. To learn more, please see the original article posted on the Penn State News. ...
This question was inspired by Jens question earlier about genetic issues in dogs. I would like to get off on a good start and say I an not trying to argue with anyone or disagree. I am simply confused a bit on some issues and would like pleasant responses from respected members. If a dog has a genetic fault (genetic not caused by anything else) can it be worked with at all on any level? The only thing I can relate it to that I have experience with is dog aggression in bully breeds. Example the APBT is a dog aggressive animal genetically. However I know from experience raising the dog from a young pup and socializing it with others can help the to get along well with other dogs. So how does this work if you cant change genetics and the breed is genetically prone to being dog aggressive? Please give the best explanation you can. Thanks for reading! Happy Earth Day :)
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Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. The greatest burden we have to carry in life is self. The most difficult thing we have to manage is self. Our own daily living, our frames and feelings, our especial weaknesses and temptations, and our peculiar temperaments, - our inward affairs of every kind, - these are the things that perplex and worry us more than anything else, and that bring us oftenest into bondage and darkness.. In laying off your burdens, therefore, the first one you must get rid of is yourself. You must hand yourself and all your inward experiences, your temptations, your temperament, your frames and feelings, all over into the care and keeping of your God, and leave them there. He made you and therefore He understands you, and knows how to manage you, and you must trust Him to do it.. ~ Hannah Whitall Smith. ...
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