- TEMPERAMENT, PARENTING AND THE NON-SHARED ENVIRONMENT PART II
- Temperament, parenting, and the so-called “non-shared environment” PART I
- The “Highly sensitive Person”: Hero, hype or a work in progress?
- Testosterone, temperament and one more scary story
- Temperament: Men, Testosterone, Wide Faces and Hockey Players
Tag Archives: Attachment parenting
Those of you that are reading this but missed last week’s blog: Innate temperament: A terrifying idea? might want to go back and skim through it. For today, and at least the next two weeks, I want to explore Steve … Continue reading →
The most basic assumption in all theories of temperament is that temperament is inherent in our DNA. Unfortunately for this idea, we mostly didn’t know we had DNA until Watson and Crick laid the story out for us in 1953. … Continue reading →