Microsoft+PowerPoint+-+Chapter+Eleven+Temperament++Emotions++and+the+Self+Lectures+16+and+17+for+Stu

Microsoft+PowerPoint+-+Chapter+Eleven+Temperament++Emotions++and+the+Self+Lectures+16+and+17+for+Stu

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1 Temperament, Emotions, and the Self November 23 and 30, 2010 Infant Development, Fall 2010 Chapter 11 Temperament This section is a continuation of the mini-lecture that was presented on November 9, 2010. Temperament: Rothbart • Ended the mini-lecture discussing the temperament classifications put forth by Thomas and Chess • Temperament reflects biologically-based individual differences in reactivity and self- regulation, seen across emotionality, motor activity, and attention • Relatively stable, but includes caregiver input
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2 Temperament: Rothbart • Assess temperament primarily using questionnaires • Determines performance on various scales that can be combined to form factor scores • First infant-based questionnaire was the Infant Behavior Questionnaire, now use the Infant Behavior Questionnaire-Revised Example Questions from the IBQ-R Temperament: Rothbart • Dimensions of temperament present from birth, but may not always be observable • Some dimensions become apparent at different times __________________________________ • Cultural differences are apparent as well
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3 Factor Scores: Rothbart _________________________: High on positive emotionality and on activity level; infants are rarely shy and are often impulsive _________________________: Shy disposition, not easily soothed; demonstrates feelings of discomfort, fear, anger, frustration, and sadness _________________________: Components of perception and attention, as well as relief of negative emotions through cuddling or soothing Temperament: Buss and Plomin • Temperament reflects genetically determined personality traits that appear during _______________________________________ • The environment may produce temporary effects, but temperament is generally stable • Focus on traits with a lasting effect on personality Factor Scores: Buss and Plomin _______________: The rate at which individuals engage in vocalizing, speech, and movement _______________: Minimal reactions that are barely discernable to extremely intense reactions _______________: Ranges from preference for being alone to actively seeking out others for contact
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2010 for the course PSYCH PSYCH 110D taught by Professor Angelaluwoski during the Winter '10 term at UC Irvine.

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