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(p. 33) Resilience and coping: the role of individual temperament 

(p. 33) Resilience and coping: the role of individual temperament
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(p. 33) Resilience and coping: the role of individual temperament
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Margot Prior

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10.1093/med:psych/9780198503187.003.0002
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date: 30 October 2020

This chapter discusses the development of individual temperament, resilience, and coping. It provides examples from research of the individual differences which facilitate coping, both in and of themselves, and win interaction with other influences. Two longitudinal studies of temperament and development which illustrate coping across developmental periods are explored, as well as conclusions about the important attributes which facilitate children’s adjustment.

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