PS275 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: David Buss, Object Permanence, Mental Model

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28 May 2016
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Response pattern, style of interaction present at birth built in patterns. Shape an infants understating (interpretation) of his. her experience. And, affect the way others respond to him/her personality. Enduring individual differences in behaviour and characteristics. Patterns that emerge from our experiences and interactions with others. Personality differences rest on a basic emotional substrate i. e. temperament ( the matrix from which later child and adult personality develops ) temperament. Sets the basic pattern of responding, but the eventual outcome ie personality, is the result of that pattern affected/influenced by life experience views on temperament. Stable individual differences in quality and intensity of emotional reaction, activity level, attention, and emotional self-regulation. Temperament = relatively stable tendencies present at birth but (patterns or profiles) don"t necessarily remain. When parenting styles are attuned to the temperament qualities of the child, the child"s tem- perament can be further developed or altered. Interaction of out temperament and out environment.

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