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In response to previous research showing relations between sensitive, responsive parenting and child qualities similar to effortful control, it was reasoned that this aspect of parenting may promote effortful control in young children. Maternal responsivity assessed at 22 months, using measures of promptness, sensitivity, engagement and acceptance, was associated with higher levels of effortful control at both 22 and 33 months. Importantly, the effects of parenting were found to contribute signiﬁcantly even after regressing out earlier temperamental attention and effortful control.
Adult subjects completed the Adult Temperament Questionnaire (Evans and Rothbart, 1999) as well as the minimarker measure of the Big Five (Saucier, 1994). The Adult Temperament Questionnaire yielded a four-factor structure including dimensions similar to those found in children as well as a fourth factor labeled Orienting Sensitivity. As expected, temperamental and Big Five Extraversion were positively correlated, temperamental Negative 26 Temperament and emotion regulation Affectivity was related to Big Five Neuroticism, and Effortful Control was linked to Conscientiousness.
05. for early Surgency in the development of self-regulatory abilities. One possibility is that children who are highly attuned to rewarding aspects of the environment may call on such cues in the service of controlling their attention and behavior. Although more research is required to address this possibility, this ﬁnding casts new light on the relationship between positive approach tendencies and self control. Temperament in preschool and middle childhood The Children’s Behavior Questionnaire (CBQ) was designed to measure temperament characteristics of preschool and early school age children (Rothbart, Ahadi, Hershey, and Fisher, in press).