Life course outcomes of infant behavioral inhibition: Personality, mental health, and social relationships in the third decade of life


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Temperament refers to stable individual differences in reactivity observed in infancy that are foundations for later personality. Behavioral inhibition is one such temperament characterized by infants’ overly cautious, fearful, and avoidant responses to unfamiliar people, objects, and situations. This enduring trait shows moderate stability across toddlerhood to middle childhood and is known to ...


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