Inhibitory control in young children and its role in emerging internalization.

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We examined inhibitory control as a quality of temperament that contributes to internalization. Children were assessed twice, at 26-41 months (N = 103) and at 43-56 months (N = 99), on repeated occasions, in multiple observational contexts and using parental reports. Comprehensive behavioral batteries incorporating multiple tasks were designed to measure… (More)

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@article{Kochanska1996InhibitoryCI, title={Inhibitory control in young children and its role in emerging internalization.}, author={Grazyna Kochanska and K. Murray and Teresa Jacques and Andr{\'e} K{\"o}nig and K A Vandegeest}, journal={Child development}, year={1996}, volume={67 2}, pages={490-507} }