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Knowing Your Baby Matters: The Impact of Temperament Guidance Materials for Parents
Past temperament guidance programs have been successfully utilized to improve caregiver understanding of temperament, foster responsivity in parent-child interactions, and teach strategies for appropriately responding to ...
Item Response Theory Analysis of the TriPM
This study investigated item and scale functioning in the Triarchic Psychopathy Measure (TriPM) using an item response theory analysis. TriPM data collected from 937 (410 men, 527 women) college students and community ...
EVALUATING THE PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES AND VALIDITY OF THE SECOND STEP KNOWLEDGE ASSESSMENT INTERVIEW (SSKA) IN A GERMAN SAMPLE.
A long-standing debate on the universality or cultural bases of socio-emotional competence points to the need to validate socio-emotional competence instruments cross-culturally to further our understanding of these ...
Prenatal Origins of Infant Temperament: Exploring Interrelationships Between Pregnancy Anxiety, Physiological Stress, and Maternal Attachment Status
Previous research indicates that prenatal maternal mental health can confer risk for offspring development across various domains, including the development of infant temperament. Despite prior equivocal findings related ...