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    Temperament can affect young children’s mood and emotions, how they approach and react to situations, their level of fear, frustration, sadness and discomfort. These responses also play a role in subsequent social interactions and social functioning.

  • Aggression-Aggressivity

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    VIDEO: What should you do when children hit?

    It’s normal for young children to hit and bite. As their brain develops and their motor ability increases, children will naturally express anger and aggression through such behaviours.

  • Information sheet for parents

    Temperament: understanding your child’s unique personality

    Children’s temperament develops early in life. It is influenced by biology and experiences and has an impact on how they get along with others, their mental health and how well they do at school.


Feb 16, 2015

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