Infant temperament and anxious symptoms in school age children.

@article{Kagan1999InfantTA,
  title={Infant temperament and anxious symptoms in school age children.},
  author={J. Kagan and N. Snidman and M. Zentner and E. Peterson},
  journal={Development and psychopathology},
  year={1999},
  volume={11 2},
  pages={
          209-24
        }
}
A group of 164 children from different infant temperament categories were seen at 7 years of age for a laboratory battery that included behavioral and physiological measurements. The major results indicated that children who had been classified as high reactive infants at 4 months of age, compared with infants classified as low reactive, (a) were more vulnerable to the development of anxious symptoms at age 7 years, (b) were more subdued in their interactions with a female examiner, (c) made… Expand
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