Temperament and Development

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Brunner/Mazel, 1977 - Medical - 270 pages
This long-awaited new volume arising from the authors' famed 20-year New York Longitudinal Study shows the significance of temperament, as it interacts with significant feature of the environment, for normal and deviant psychological development of the different groups of children who have been followed from infancy into adolescence and adulthood--Jacket.

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one of many interpretations based on the New York Longitudinal Study, this one is in the area of medical and health discussion, but really more the perview of psychology. Read full review

Contents

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
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THEORETICAL AND OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK
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TEMPERAMENT AND ITS DELINEATION
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