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Title: Texas Parenting News: Character traits help children succeed in school and in life
Authors:
Source: Texas Child Care, Winter 2011, : ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Personality in children: Success in children Child psychology
Ref ID: 92337
 
Title: Which character traits help children succeed?
Authors: Langham,Barbara
Source: Texas Child Care, Winter 2011, : ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Personality in children Success in children Child psychology
Ref ID: 92421
 
Title: Psychobiological mechanisms of cognitionΓÇöemotion integration in early development
Authors: Bell,Martha Ann;Greene,Denise R.;Wolfe,Christy D.
Source: , 2010, : ,pg 115- 132
Subjects: Attention Cognitive Development Early Childhood Development Emotional Development Personality Emotional Control Neurophysiology Personality Development Psychobiology Cognitive Control Executive Function Human cognition-emotion integration psychobiological
Additional Information: ID: 3489; TA: Psychology: Professional & Research; FC: Print; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); School Age (6-12 yrs); GI: Preparation of this chapter was supported in part by National Institutes of Health Grant HD 49878 to Martha Ann
Ref ID: 93754
 
Title: Routine (dis)order in an infant school
Authors: Bailey,Simon;Thomson,Pat
Source: Ethnography and Education, 2009, 4 :2 ,pg 211- 227
Subjects: Social Order Personality Foucault Michel Diagnosis Treatment ADHD routine Foucault
Additional Information: ID: 4603; W1: 0
Ref ID: 93676
 
Title: Maternal and Child Contributions to Cortisol Response to Emotional Arousal in Young Children from Low-Income, Rural Communities
Authors: Blair,Clancy;Granger,Douglas A.;Kivlighan,Katie T.;Mills-Koonce,Roger;Willoughby,Michael;Greenberg,Mark T.;Hibel,Leah C.;Fortunato,Christine K.
Source: Developmental psychology, 2008, 44 :4 ,pg 1095- 1109
Subjects: Parent Child Relationship Mothers Toddlers Infants Cognitive Development Emotional Response Low Income Rural Areas Family Income Personality Attention Biochemistry African Americans Metabolism Stress Variables
Additional Information: ID: 3563
Ref ID: 93819
 
Title: Infant temperament, parenting, and externalizing behavior in first grade: A test of the differential susceptibility hypothesis
Authors: Bradley,Robery H.;Corwyn,Robert F.
Source: Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 2008, 49 :2 ,pg 124- 131
Subjects: Externalization Infant Development Parenting Style Personality Behavior Problems Child Care Human Male Female US differential susceptibility hypothesis infant temperament parenting behavior problems in first grade externalizing behavior Infant-Toddler Hom
Additional Information: ID: 5604; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Longitudinal Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); School Age (6-12 yrs); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); GI: The research reported in this manuscrip
Ref ID: 93874
 
Title: Infant Temperament, Parenting, and Externalizing Behavior in First Grade: A Test of the Differential Susceptibility Hypothesis
Authors: Bradley,Robert H.;Corwyn,Robert F.
Source: Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 2008, 49 :2 ,pg 124- 131
Subjects: Grade 1 Behavior Problems Antisocial Behavior Infants Personality Child Rearing
Additional Information: ID: 4969; LV: Elementary Education; Grade 1
Ref ID: 93870
 
Title: Infant temperament, parenting, and externalizing behavior in first grade: A test of the differential susceptibility hypothesis
Authors: Bradley,Robery H.;Corwyn,Robert F.
Source: Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 2008, 49 :2 ,pg 124- 131
Subjects: Externalization Infant Development Parenting Style Personality Behavior Problems Child Care Human Male Female US differential susceptibility hypothesis infant temperament parenting behavior problems in first grade externalizing behavior Infant-Toddler Hom
Additional Information: ID: 4746; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Longitudinal Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); School Age (6-12 yrs); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); GI: The research reported in this manuscrip
Ref ID: 93873
 
Title: Side track: My father led a fascinating life filled with art photography, furniture making, and French cooking. So why did he spend his final years building toy trains in the attic?
Authors: Nelson,Antonya
Source: Texas Monthly, 2007, 35 :9 ,pg 100+-  
Subjects: Railroads - Models Personality - Age factors
Additional Information: ID: 5213; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 49068
 
Title: Texas parenting news: Babies differ in temperament
Authors:
Source: Texas Child Care, 2006, 30 :2 ,pg Insert-  
Subjects: Infant psychology Personality and emotions
Additional Information: ID: 2510; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 41791
 
Title: Temperament in early development
Authors: Calkins,Susan D.;Degnan,Kathryn A.
Source: , 2006, : ,pg 64- 84
Subjects: infant temperament early development assessments of temperament childhood psychopathology behavior problems adjustment self-regulation Infant Development Personality Development Personality Measures Psychopathology Self Management Childhood Development
Additional Information: ID: 1853; ID: 685; ID: 983; 14536-006. First Author & Affiliation: Calkins, Susan D.; University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, US. Release Date: 20060313. Publication Type: Book; Edited Book. Media Covered: Print. Document Type: Original Chapter. Book Type: Handbook/Manual. ISBN: 0-471-48839-9, hardcover. Language: English. Major Descriptor(s): Infant Development; Personality Development; Personality Measures; Psychopathology; Self Management. Minor Descriptor(s): Adjustment; Behavior Problems; Childhood Development. Classification: Psychological Disorders (3210). Population: Human (10). Age Group:Childhood (birth-12 yrs) (100); Infancy (2-23 mo) (140); . Intended Audience: Psychology: Professional & Research (PS). Grant Information: This chapter was supported by National Institute of Health grants to the author first (MH 55584 and MH 58144). References Available: Y.
Ref ID: 94008
 
Title: Child Care Teachers' Response to Children's Emotional Expression
Authors: Ahn,Hey Jun;Stifter,Cynthia
Source: Early Education and Development, 2006, 17 :2 ,pg 253- 270
Subjects: child care teachers response childrens emotional expression emotional competence teacher intervention training program preschool teachers Emotional Responses Emotionality (Personality) Teacher Characteristics Intervention Personnel Training Professional C
Additional Information: ID: 1674; ID: 661; ID: 797; 06160-003. First Author & Affiliation: Ahn, Hey Jun; Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, US. Release Date: 20060626. Publication Type: Journal; Peer Reviewed Journal. Medi
Ref ID: 93593
 
Title: Cortical and Autonomic Correlates of Visual Selective Attention in Introverted and Extraverted Children
Authors: Althaus,Monika;Gomarus,H. Karin;Wijers,Albertus A.;Mulder,Lambertus J. M.;van Velzen,José L.;Minderaa,Ruud B.
Source: Journal of Psychophysiology, 2005, 19 :1 ,pg 35- 49
Subjects: cortical correlates autonomic correlates visual selective attention introverted children extraverted children cardiac activity spectral energy Heart Rate Personality Traits Selective Attention Visual Evoked Potentials
Additional Information: ID: 1685; ID: 662; ID: 705; 01469-004. First Author & Affiliation: Althaus, Monika; University Center of Child- and Adolescent Psychiatry, Groningen, Netherlands. Release Date: 20050214. Publication Type: Journal; Peer Reviewed Journal. Media Covered: Ele
Ref ID: 93617
 
Title: Links between systems of inhibition from infancy to preschool years
Authors: Aksan,Nazan;Kochanska,Grazyna
Source: Child Dev., 2004, 75 :5 ,pg 1477- 1490
Subjects: reactive inhibition fearfulness effortful inhibition inhibition system child characteristics Childhood Development Fear Inhibition (Personality)
Additional Information: ID: 1680; ID: 436; ID: 1544; 18543-011. First Author & Affiliation: Aksan, Nazan; Department of Psychology, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, US. Other Journal Title: Child Development. Release Date: 20041012. Correction Date: 20080218. Publication Type:
Ref ID: 93600
 
Title: Attention and inhibition in bilingual children: Evidence from the dimensional change card sort task
Authors: Bialystok,Ellen;Martin,Michelle M.
Source: Developmental Science, 2004, 7 :3 ,pg 325- 339
Subjects: Attention Bilingualism Inhibition (Personality) Neuropsychological Assessment Human Male Female bilingual children inhibition monolingualism Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test--Revised
Additional Information: ID: 193; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); NR: 36 reference(s) present, 36 reference(s) displayed; LR: 20040628 RX: 29 (on Oct 30, 2008)
Ref ID: 93786
 
Title: Executive Processes in Appearance-Reality Tasks: The Role of Inhibition of Attention and Symbolic Representation
Authors: Bialystok,Ellen;Senman,Lili
Source: Child Dev., 2004, 75 :2 ,pg 562- 579
Subjects: Attention Cognitive Ability Cognitive Processes Inhibition (Personality) Language Proficiency Human Male Female US executive processes attention inhibition symbolic representation representation ability attention control Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test We
Additional Information: ID: 1755; ID: 111; ID: 194; OJ: Child Development: Abstracts & Bibliography; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); NR: 57 reference(s) present, 57 reference(s) displayed; LR: 200404
Ref ID: 93787
 
Title: Frustration in infancy: Implications for emotion regulation, physiological processes, and temperament
Authors: Calkins,Susan D.;Dedmon,Susan E.;Gill,Kathryn L.;Lomax,Laura E.;Johnson,Laura M.
Source: Infancy, 2002, 3 :2 ,pg 175- 197
Subjects: frustration infants temperament emotion regulation physiology sex differences Emotional Control Human Sex Differences Infant Development Personality
Additional Information: ID: 1852; ID: 684; ID: 1011; 13294-004. First Author & Affiliation: Calkins, Susan D.; U North Carolina, Dept of Psychology, Greensboro, NC, US. Release Date: 20020703. Publication Type: Journal; Peer Reviewed Journal. Media Covered: Print. Media Available: Electronic; Print. Language: English. Major Descriptor(s): Emotional Control; Human Sex Differences; Infant Development; Personality; Physiology. Classification: Psychosocial & Personality Development (2840). Population: Human (10)Male (30)Female (40). Age Group:Childhood (birth-12 yrs) (100); Infancy (2-23 mo) (140); . References Available: Y.
Ref ID: 94007
 
Title: Inhibited and uninhibited children: Biology in the social context
Authors: Arcus,D.
Source: , 2001, : ,pg 43- 60
Subjects: reactivity in infancy & contextual moderating influences in behavioral inhibition in childhood Inhibition (Personality) Personality Processes Personality Theory Psychobiology Infant Development
Additional Information: ID: 1689; ID: 663; ID: 1029; 00642-003. First Author & Affiliation: Arcus, Doreen; U Massachusetts, Lowell, MA, US. Release Date: 20010411. Publication Type: Book; Edited Book. Media Covered: Print. Document Type: Original Chapter. ISBN: 0-8058-3019-7, ha
Ref ID: 93639
 
Title: Governance in action: Giving personality its due--building better teams is sometimes as easy as knowing who's who
Authors: Bloemker,Laura;Neyland,Mayo
Source: Texas Lone Star, 2001, 19 :3 ,pg 22- 25
Subjects: Personality tests School board members
Additional Information: ID: 17577; Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). "Governance guides: Developing a shared vision"--p.23. "What type of person are you?"--p.24.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 68922
 
Title: Governance in action: Giving personality its due--building better teams is sometimes as easy as knowing who's who
Authors: Bloemker,Laura;Neyland,Mayo
Source: Texas Lone Star, 2001, 19 :3 ,pg 22- 25
Subjects: School board members Personality tests
Additional Information: ID: 17577; Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). "Governance guides: Developing a shared vision"--p.23. "What type of person are you?"--p.24.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 29198
 
Title: Infancy: Emotions and temperament
Authors: Bornstein,Marc H.
Source: , 2000, : ,pg 278- 284
Subjects: infancy emotions temperament Infant Development Personality
Additional Information: ID: 1779; ID: 676; ID: 1037; 12702-114. First Author & Affiliation: Bornstein, Marc H.; National Institutes of Health and Human Development, Bethesda, MD, US. Release Date: 20040101. Publication Type: Encyclopedia. Media Covered: Print. Document Type: Enc
Ref ID: 93845
 
Title: Spiraling up and spiraling down: A longitudinal study of adjustment
Authors: Bagley,C.;Mallick,K.;Violato,C.;Oddone-Paolucci,E.;Genuis,M.
Source: , 2000, : ,pg 83- 104
Subjects: early temperament profiles & CNS disability & parent-child interactions & family disruption & external stressors & child adjustment & Thomas-Chess model birth to 9 yr olds Adjustment Family Relations Models Personality Development Central Nervous System
Additional Information: ID: 1697; ID: 1019; ID: 196; 07936-007. First Author & Affiliation: Bagley, Christopher; Southampton U, England. Release Date: 20000628. Publication Type: Book; Edited Book. Document Type: Original Chapter. ISBN: 0-7546-1025-X, hardcover. Language: Englis
Ref ID: 93671
 
Title: Mothering, fathering, and infant negativity as antecedents of boys' externalizing problems and inhibition at age 3 years: Differential susceptibility to rearing experience?
Authors: Belsky,J.;Hsieh,K. -H;Crnic,K.
Source: Dev.Psychopathol., 1998, 10 :2 ,pg 301- 319
Subjects: infant negative emotionality & mothering & fathering during toddler yrs externalizing problems & inhibition 10 mo old 1st born boys 27 mo study Childrearing Practices Early Childhood Development Emotionality (Personality) Externalization Inhibition (Pe
Additional Information: ID: 1742; ID: 1024; ID: 201; 04146-009. First Author & Affiliation: Belsky, Jay; Pennsylvania State U, Human Development & Family Studies, University Park, PA, US. Release Date: 19980801. Correction Date: 20050919. Publication Type: Journal; Peer-Reviewed
Ref ID: 93761
 
Title: Infant positive and negative emotionality: One dimension or two?
Authors: Belsky,J.;Hsieh,K. -H;Crnic,K.
Source: , 1998, : ,pg 29- 44
Subjects: 1 vs 2 dimensional model of infant positive/negative emotionality 10-13 mo olds developmental implications Emotionality (Personality) Infant Development Models
Additional Information: ID: 1743; ID: 1025; ID: 202; 08094-002. First Author & Affiliation: Belsky, Jay; Pennsylvania State U, Dept of Human Development & Family Studies, PA, US. Release Date: 19981101. Correction Date: 20050907. Publication Type: Book; Edited Book. Document Typ
Ref ID: 93762
 
Title: Interaction of temperamental resistance to control and restrictive parenting in the development of externalizing behavior
Authors: Bates,J. E.;Pettit,G. S.;Dodge,K. A.;Ridge,B.
Source: Dev.Psychol., 1998, 34 :5 ,pg 982- 995
Subjects: restrictive parental control & child temperament externalizing behavior problems infancy-toddlerhood followed through ages 7-11 yrs Behavior Problems Childrearing Practices Personality Development Personality
Additional Information: ID: 1729; ID: 1020; ID: 197; 10846-015. First Author & Affiliation: Bates, John E.; Indiana U, Dept of Psychology, Bloomington, IN, US. Release Date: 19981001. Publication Type: Journal; Peer Reviewed Journal. Language: English. Major Descriptor(s): Behav
Ref ID: 93731
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