Difficult Sibling, Easy Sibling: Temperament and the Within-Family Environment.

@inproceedings{Schachter1985DifficultSE,
  title={Difficult Sibling, Easy Sibling: Temperament and the Within-Family Environment.},
  author={Frances Fuchs Schachter and Richard K. Stone},
  year={1985}
}
  • Frances Fuchs Schachter, Richard K. Stone
  • Published 1985
  • Psychology
  • SCHACHTER, FRANCES FUCHS, and STONE, RICHARD K. Difficult Sibling, Easy Sibling: Temperament and the Within-Family Environment. CHILD DEVELOPMENT, 1985, 56, 1335-1344. Do mothers' temperament ratings of their children as easy or difficult follow the pattern of occurrence of sibling deidentification as determined by generalized alike-different judgments? This study examines this question using maternal temperament ratings from 111 middle-class mothers, 80 with 2 children and 31 with 3, and from… CONTINUE READING

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