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Dr. Higley Psychology 320 I. Emotions vs. Temperament a. Temperament a.i. Def: innate tendencies to behave in certain ways typically present early in life. a.ii. Thought to be based on biologically based traits a.iii. If temperament is trait-like, then it shows stability across time and situation a.iv. Jerome Kagan a.iv.1. Behavioral inhibition a.iv.2. Studied traits a.iv.2.a. Shyness/boldness a.iv.2.b. Neurotic/stable a.iv.2.c. Anxious (fearful)/bold (outgoing) a.iv.2.d. Laid-back/uptight a.v. Zuckerman a.v.1. Measured sensation seeking a.v.1.a. Thrill and adventure seeking a.v.1.b.Experience seeking a.v.1.c. Disinhibition a.v.1.d.Susceptibility to boredom a.v.2. Used as predictors for those who engage in risky activities a.vi. Kruesi a.vi.1. Aggression in 5 th grade conduct disordered boys – low CSF 5-HIAA a.vi.2. Correlation between instances of aggression and levels of CSF 5-HIAAf a.vii. Models a.vii.1. Thomas and Chess a.vii.2. Rothbart categories a.vii.2.a. Emotional a.vii.2.b.
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