HD FS 428 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Rise Time, Apache Hadoop, Emotional Expression

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HDFS 428
Lecture 19
Temperament Styles
Temperament
There are individual differences in:
o Emotional expression
o Emotional regulation
o Impulse control
These difference in emotional responses are:
o Often due to differences in temperament
Defining Temperament
Emotional differences between individuals that are:
o Present at birth
o Hereditary in nature
Biologically-based source of individual differences in behavioral
functioning that tend to be stable over time
o Very few people change
If they do, they change a little bit
Temporal features of temperament
Latency:
o How fast does behavior begin after stimulation
Rise time:
o How rapidly does behavior escalate
Examples:
Getting mad easily
Not getting mad easily
Duration:
o How long does escalated behavior last
Examples:
Calm down quickly?
Stay at your peak?
Decay/recovery:
o How quickly does behavior go away
Examples:
Take longer to recover from bad mood?
Take a little time to recover from bad mood?
Intensive features of temperament
Amplitude:
o How strongly does the behavior express itself
Intensity
Threshold:
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