Paper from the JCPP
Background – Preschoolers’ temperament characteristics are associated with children’s long-term development. Such links underscore the importance of understanding factors that shape temperament during preschool. This is the first study to examine genetic and environmental sources of developmental growth in three temperament dimensions: surgency, negative affectivity, and effortful control, during the preschool period.
Authors; Chang Liu, Yao Zheng, Jody M. Ganiban, Kimberly J. Saudino
First published: 13 July 2022
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