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Relations of Temperament to Maladjustment and Ego Resiliency in At-risk Children

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The relations of control/regulation‐related temperamentally based dispositions (effortful control (EC), impulsivity, and approach/avoidance) to externalizing problems and personality ego resiliency were examined in a sample of 467 children (M age = 7.46 years), some of whom were children of alcoholics (COAs). In addition, we examined if the relations of temperamental regulation/control to maladjustment/ego resiliency were moderated by COA status or sex of the child. In general, regulated, controlled temperament was negatively related to externalizing problems and EC was positively related to ego resiliency. Relations between a problematic temperament and externalizing problems were stronger and sometimes only found for COAs, especially male COAs. Ego resiliency was positively related to high father‐reported approach for boys who were not sons of alcoholics. In addition, COA status was related to high impulsivity, approach behavior, and externalizing problems and low EC.

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hal-03227317 , version 1 (17-05-2021)

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Nancy Eisenberg, Rg Haugen, Tracy L. Spinrad, Claire Hofer, Laurie Chassin, et al.. Relations of Temperament to Maladjustment and Ego Resiliency in At-risk Children. Social Development, 2009, Social Development, 19 (3), pp.577-600. ⟨10.1111/j.1467-9507.2009.00550.x⟩. ⟨hal-03227317⟩
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