Karos, Leigh Karavasilis An attachment framework for the study of shame : associations between security, parenting, temperament and shame-proneness in early childhood. PhD thesis, Concordia University. The current study investigated associations between parenting and children's shame-proneness, as well as the additive and moderating influences of temperament and attachment. A sample of 66 children 6- to 8-years-of age 36 females, 30 males and their mothers participated. While mothers completed questionnaire measures related to parenting, children's self-conscious emotions and temperamental characteristics, the principal investigator worked with child participants to complete several measures, including self-report of self-conscious emotions using hypothetical scenarios and a semi-projective narrative task tapping internal working models of attachment.
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Pollard, Joseph Victor Tuning and temperament in southern Germany to the end of the seventeenth century. PhD thesis, University of Leeds. In an age when consistency between the macro and the micro were believed to indicate sure signs of God1s eternal truth, the anomalies which crop up as soon as a comprehensive, interdependent theory of consonance and harmony is attempted must have been a source of bewilderment and embarrassment,to Renaissance and Baroque theorists and musicians. Composite instruments such as human voices in concert have no difficulty in making pitch adjustments necessary to achieve consonance, but the keyboard with its twelve pre-set notes is inhibited. The history of temperament is an account of the struggle to endow the keyboard with something approaching the versatility of the human voice.
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Individual differences in temperament can be a risk or a protective factor for a child, especially for children at-risk who possess single or multiple risk factors that may interfere with their educational success and affect their healthy development and their life-long outcomes. This research study examined the concurrent and longitudinal relationships between temperament, school adjustment, and academic achievement in children at-risk. Seventy-seven children, ages five to 11 years, were reassessed two years after an initial study.
Include Synonyms Include Dead terms. Direct link. Temperaments and Learning Styles vs. Dissertation, Brandman University. Purpose: The purpose of this retrospective quantitative correlational study was to determine the relationship of student temperament as measured by the online Jung Typology Test and learning styles as measured by the Felder-Soloman Index of Learning Styles to academic performance of first-semester physics students while enrolled in a Sierra Community College Physics Department course during the school years.