Reactivity and regulation: the impact of Mary Rothbart on the study of temperament

@inproceedings{Putnam2008ReactivityAR,
  title={Reactivity and regulation: the impact of Mary Rothbart on the study of temperament},
  author={Samuel P. Putnam and Cynthia A. Stifter},
  year={2008}
}
Through her theoretical and empirical work, Mary Rothbart has had a profound impact on the scientific understanding of infant and child temperament. This special issue honors her contributions through the presentations of original, contemporary studies relevant to three primary themes in Rothbart's conceptual approach: the expansive scope and empirically-derived structure of temperament, the importance of considering developmental change, and the interplay of reactive and regulatory processes… CONTINUE READING

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