The Temperament Dimensions of Inhibition and Anxiety
The temperament dimensions of inhibition and anxiety
A) are reflected in high scores on extraversion.
B) are reflected in high scores on openness.
C) contribute to low scores on neuroticism at later ages.
D) reflect a tendency to respond with fear or withdraw from new people, situations or objects.
E) are the basis of emotionality.
All of the following temperaments/traits belong together EXCEPT
According to Thomas and Chess, the concept of "goodness-of-fit" refers to
A) childhood friendships in which both personalities "match."
B) the foundation upon which adult personality is built.
C) the fact that an environment which is appropriate for a child's temperament may be more important than the child's temperament itself.
D) when a parent's temperament matches the child's temperament.
E) an ideal situation in which a child is placed in the appropriate classroom for his or her learning level.
The temperament dimension of effortful control has been hypothesized as a precursor of which of the Big Five personality traits?