The developmental trajectories of attention focusing, attentional and behavioral persistence, and externalizing problems during school-age years.

@article{Zhou2007TheDT,
  title={The developmental trajectories of attention focusing, attentional and behavioral persistence, and externalizing problems during school-age years.},
  author={Qing Zhou and Claire Hofer and Nancy Eisenberg and Mark Reiser and Tracy L Spinrad and Richard A. Fabes},
  journal={Developmental psychology},
  year={2007},
  volume={43 2},
  pages={
          369-85
        }
}
The developmental trajectories of attention focusing (by parents' and teachers' reports) and attentional and behavioral persistence (observed during a laboratory task)--2 indexes of effortful control--and externalizing problems from ages 5 to 10 years were examined for 356 children combined from a pair of 3-wave (2 years apart) longitudinal studies. The authors identified clusters of children with distinct trajectories for these variables and examined the links between the effortful control… CONTINUE READING

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