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Your temperament plays a major role in how you parent your child. It’s considered one of the five factors that determine discipline effectiveness. Your temperament influences how strict or permissive you will be with your child.
It also plays a role in how much tolerance you’ll have for certain behaviors. We’re all born with certain characteristics, biological tendencies that we inherit from our parents. The balance of your personality is what makes up your temperament – how you think and feel.
Your reaction to stress or approach to risk-taking, for example, is defined by your temperament. All this will influence your parenting style. How temperament influences family life Individual differences in temperament or behavioral styles are important in family life in several ways because they affect the nature of the interactions among family members.
Some children adapt quickly and easily to family daily routines and get along well with their siblings. Research Context. Certain dimensions of temperament have been found to predict subsequent child outcomes. Specifically, negative emotional reactivity has been found to predict both internalizing problems (e.g., anxiety, depression) and externalizing problems (e.g., aggression, rule-breaking).
1 Fearfulness predicts internalizing problems, and self-regulation. Within the first few days of a child’s life, many parents will describe them as calm, easy going, demanding, or high strung. Each child is born with a temperament that influences the way they react to the world around them.
That being said, it is important for parents to remember that temperament is not static. According to research, there are four types of parenting styles: 4 Types Of Parental Influence On Personality Development Of Children: 1. Authoritarian. This kind of parenting is characterized by adherence to rules. It is a dominating style and involves a lot of control. Such parents believe in corporal punishments.
They studied mothers’ parenting styles for levels of warmth, negativity, guidance and “autonomy granting,” meaning how much independence the mother gives her children. They found that when a mother’s parenting style matched up well with her child’s temperament, the child experienced half as many symptoms of depression and anxiety. Temperament is a set of inborn traits that organize the child’s approach to the world. They are instrumental in the development of the child’s distinct personality. These traits also determine how the child goes about learning about the world around him.
These traits appear to. Meeting your child’s needs, soothing him with your voice and your touch, reading a book, cuddling, or any activity that involves nurturing, will do much to enhance your baby’s emotional well-being, temperament, personality, and ability to cope with stress, and whether he reaches his overall potential. 5) How Your Temperament and Personality May Influence Your Style of Parenting As human beings we all have what is called an ego.
When I’m talking ego, I’m not referring to Sigmund Freud’s structural model of the human psyche mapping out id (instinct), ego.
List of related literature:
|from Handbook of Parenting and Child Development Across the Lifespan|
|from Stress Science: Neuroendocrinology|
|from Parental Stress and Early Child Development: Adaptive and Maladaptive Outcomes|
|from Keeping Students Safe and Helping Them Thrive: A Collaborative Handbook on School Safety, Mental Health, and Wellness [2 volumes]|
|from Attachment, Trauma, and Healing: Understanding and Treating Attachment Disorder in Children, Families and Adults|
|from Social Development|
|from Functional Analysis in Clinical Treatment|
|from Attachment Processes in Couple and Family Therapy|
|from Handbook of Emotional Development|
|from Affect Regulation Training: A Practitioners’ Manual|