The relations of problem behavior status to children's negative emotionality, effortful control, and impulsivity: concurrent relations and prediction of change.

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The relations of children's internalizing and externalizing problem behaviors to their concurrent regulation, impulsivity (reactive undercontrol), anger, sadness, and fearfulness and these aspects of functioning 2 years prior were examined. Parents and teachers completed measures of children's (N = 185; ages 6 through 9 years) adjustment, negative… (More)

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@article{Eisenberg2005TheRO, title={The relations of problem behavior status to children's negative emotionality, effortful control, and impulsivity: concurrent relations and prediction of change.}, author={Nancy Eisenberg and Adrienne Sadovsky and Tracy L. Spinrad and Richard A. Fabes and Sandra H Losoya and Carlos E Valiente and Mark Reiser and Amanda J Cumberland and Stephanie A Shepard}, journal={Developmental psychology}, year={2005}, volume={41 1}, pages={193-211} }