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What is Kagan's concept of behavioral inhibition?
Similarly one may ask, what is the behavioral inhibition system?
A behavioral approach system (BAS) is believed to regulate appetitive motives, in which the goal is to move toward something desired. A behavioral avoidance (or inhibition) system (BIS) is said to regulate aversive motives, in which the goal is to move away from something unpleasant.
Subsequently, question is, what are the three dimensions of temperament? The current list of temperament dimensions includes three broad basic dimensions: Extraversion/Surgency, which is related to positive emotionality, activity level, impulsivity and risk-taking; Negative Affectivity, which is related to fear, anger, sadness and discomfort; and Effortful Control, which is related to
Thereof, what is Jerome Kagan known for?
Jerome Kagan. Jerome Kagan (born February 25, 1929) is an American psychologist, and Daniel and Amy Starch Research Professor of Psychology, Emeritus at Harvard University, and co-faculty at the New England Complex Systems Institute. He is one of the key pioneers of developmental psychology.
How does temperament contribute to attachment?
It is through the process of emotion regulation that both infant and caregiver factors influence attachment relationships. Initially, it is an infant's temperament that determines the intensity of his or her distress response. Both partners contribute to the development of infant attachment patterns.