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TEMPERAMENT, PARENTING AND THE NON-SHARED ENVIRONMENT PART II

ARE THE REAL EFFECTS OF PARENTING LOST IN THE NON-SHARED ENVIRONMENTAL BLACK HOLE? The major role of genes in development is incontrovertible.  That I think, is nature’s gift to the newborn, the baby and the developing child.  Parents don’t teach … Continue reading

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Temperament, parenting, and the so-called “non-shared environment” PART I

PART I:  THE MYSTERIOUS NON-SHARED ENVIRONMENT In the prestigious journal, Science,* researchers informed us in 1990 that  “On multiple measures of personality and temperament, occupational and leisure-time interests, and social attitudes, monozygotic twins reared apart are about as similar as … Continue reading

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Knowing your temperament: Does it really help?

Sorters sort.  That is the explanation we give readers on              www.parentingbytemperament.com when they take our temperament sorters.  Sorters, and other similar temperament tests are designed to group facts that you already know about yourself into temperament/personality categories. If you didn’t … Continue reading

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