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Gunter, K.L. (2007) Emotional Understanding and Social Behavior in School-Age Children. Published Annually by the Department of Psychology University of North Carolina at Charlotte, The Undergraduate Journal of Psychology, 20, 1-7.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Prediction of Anxiety and Behavioural Disturbances by Temperamental Characters in Children

    AUTHORS: Peyman Hashemian

    KEYWORDS: Temperamental Characters, Behavioural Disturbances, Anxiety, Children

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science, Vol.6 No.1, January 22, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Background: Temperament is a predictive factor of child behaviour. Thomas and Chess evaluated relationship of temperamental factor with behavioural disturbance in social milo. Method: In this study, 500 children between 4 to 10 years old, who have been admitted for their behavioural disturbance and anxiety to Dr-Sheikh Children Hospital in Mashhad, Iran, have been chosen. The parents fill Malhotra questionnaire and Conner’s questionnaire. Then subscales of questionnaires are compared together. Result: Power and energy (activity) are the only factors which are in relation with conduct behaviour, impulsivity, hyperactivity and anxiety. Conclusion: Among temperament factor only power and energy (activity) have relation with conduct behaviour, impulsivity, hyperactivity and anxiety. Focus of attention (distractibility) is associated with hyperactivity. Sociability has no relationship with hyperactivity.