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What is the temperament hypothesis?
Likewise, people ask, what is the concept of temperament?
In psychology, temperament broadly refers to consistent individual differences in behavior that are biologically based and are relatively independent of learning, system of values and attitudes. However, biological correlations have proven hard to confirm.
Also, what is the continuity hypothesis? The continuity hypothesis is the idea that there is consistency between early emotional experiences and later relationships, and it sees children's attachment types being reflected in these later relationships. This idea is based upon the internal working model, which was proposed by Bowlby in his monotropic theory.
Also asked, what are the three basic types of temperament?
Many psychiatrists such as Thomas and Chess (1987,1991), believe there are three basic types, or clusters, of temperament: easy, difficult, and slow to warm up. The Easy Child is generally in a positive mood, quickly establishing regular routines in infancy and adapts easily to new experiences.
How is temperament created?
Your Temperament Is In Your Genes! As established, an infant is born with the temperament that is passed on to them from their parents, in the same way as other traits are passed down from parent to child! The dominant trait will always take control over the recessive one, even if two opposite traits are present.