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Arnold H. Buss (author), Robert Plomin (author). Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd ISBN: 9780471126492 Number of pages: 268 Dimensions: 230 x 150 mm. Hardback 268 Pages, Published: 01/07/1975. Synopsis Added to basket.
Bibliographic information. Robert Joseph Plomin. A temperament theory of personality development A Wiley-Interscience publication Behavior Series Business Practice Library Wiley Series in Behavior. John Wiley & Sons Canada, Limited, 1975. the University of Michigan.
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The three personality traits that meet these criteria are emotionality, activity, and sociability, from which are derived the acronym EAS (Buss & Plomin, 1984). There are other individual differences that may be observed in infants, and other personality traits that are inherited, but only the three EAS traits meet both criteria. & Plomin, R.
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A Temperament Theory of Personality Development. by Robert Plomin and Arnold H. Buss. The Relationship Code: Deciphering Genetic and Social Influences on Adolescent Development (Adolescent Lives). Robert Plomin, Jenae M. Neiderhiser.
Arnold H Buss A temperament theory of personality development (Wiley series in behavior). ISBN 13: 9780471126492. ISBN 10: 0471126497 ISBN 13: 9780471126492. Publisher: Wiley, 1975.
Originally published in 1984, this title looks at the development of temperament in early life. At the time of publication there were three major perspectives on temperament: paediatrics, individual differences in infants, and inherited personality traits that appear in early life. Whatever the diversity of these perspectives, they converge on personality traits that develop early in life, hence the title of this book.
Temperamental traits constitute only a part of the personality structure viewed from .
Temperamental traits constitute only a part of the personality structure viewed from the perspective of individual differences and this perspective is only one of the many from which the complex nature of personality should be viewed. It is concluded that the phenomena in which both concepts differ are not as strongly opposed as they are complementary.