I. Foundations of Temperament 1. Advances in Temperament: History, Concepts, and Measures, Mary K. Rothbart 2. Models of Child Temperament, Ivan Mervielde and Sarah S. W. De Pauw 3. Models of Adult Temperament, Marvin Zuckerman II. Basic Temperament Traits 4. The Biography of Behavioral Inhibition, Jerome Kagan 5. Activity as a Temperament Trait, Jan Strelau and Bogdan Zawadzki 6. Positive Emotionality, Samuel P. Putnam 7. Anger and Irritability, Kirby Deater-Deckard and Zhe Wang 8. Effortful Control, M. Rosario Rueda 9. Empathy, Prosocial Behavior, and Other Aspects of Kindness, Ariel Knafo and Salomon Israel III. Measures of Temperament 10. Asking Questions about Temperament: Self- and Other-Report Measures Across the Lifespan, Marcia A. Gartstein, David J. Bridgett, and Christina M. Low 11. Behavioral Assessment of Temperament, H. Hill Goldsmith and Jeffrey R. Gagne 12. Psychobiological Measures of Temperament in Childhood, Susan D. Calkins and Margaret M. Swingler IV. Biological Perspectives on Temperament 13. Temperament in Animals, Christina S. Barr 14. Temperament and Evolution, Kevin B. MacDonald 15. Prenatal Factors in Temperament: The Role of Prenatal Stress and Substance Use Exposure, Anja C. Huizink 16. Quantitative and Molecular Genetic Studies of Temperament, Kimberly J. Saudino and Manjie Wang 17. Neurobiology and Neurochemistry of Temperament in Children, Lauren K. White, Connie Lamm, Sarah M. Helfenstein, and Nathan A. Fox 18. Neurobiology and Neurochemistry of Temperament in Adults, Richard A. Depue and Yu Fu V. Temperament in Context 19. Integrating Temperament and Attachment: The Differential Susceptibility Paradigm, Marinus H. van IJzendoorn and Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg 20. Temperament and Parenting in Developmental Perspective, John E. Bates, Alice C. Schermerhorn, and Isaac T. Petersen 21. Temperament and Peer Relationships, Robert J. Coplan and Amanda Bullock 22. Culture and Temperament, Xinyin Chen, Fan Yang, and Rui Fu 23. Gender Differences in Temperament, Nicole M. Else-Quest 24. Temperament and the Development of Personality Traits, Adaptations, and Narratives, Rebecca L. Shiner and Avshalom Caspi VI. Clinical Perspectives on Temperament 25. Temperament and Risk: Resilient and Vulnerable Responses to Adversity, Liliana J. Lengua and Theodore D. Wachs 26. Temperament and Internalizing Disorders, Daniel L. Klein, Margaret W. Dyson, Autumn J. Kujawa, and Roman Kotov 27. Temperament, Externalizing Disorders, and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Jennifer L. Tackett, Michelle M. Martel, and Shauna C. Kushner 28. Temperament and Physical Health over the Lifespan, Sarah E. Hampson and Margarete E. Vollrath VII. Applied Perspectives on Temperament 29. Temperament-Based Intervention: Reconceptualized from a Response-to-Intervention Framework, Sandee Graham McClowry and Ashleigh Collins 30. Temperament in the Classroom, Angela Lee Duckworth and Kelly M. Allred 31. Temperament in Psychotherapy: Reflections on Clinical Practice with the Trait of Sensitivity, Elaine N. Aron VIII. Integration and Outlook 32. Fifty Years of Progress in Temperament Research: A Synthesis of Major Themes, Findings, and Challenges and a Look Forward, Marcel Zentner and Rebecca L. Shiner
Marcel Zentner, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at the University of Innsbruck, Austria, and Director of the Personality and Assessment Lab. He is Editor-in-Chief of Frontiers in Personality and Social Psychology. His main areas of research are personality, temperament, emotion, test development, and music perception. Rebecca L. Shiner, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at Colgate University and Executive Officer of the Association for Research in Personality. Her research focuses on temperament and personality development in childhood and adolescence, with a particular interest in the pathways through which personality traits contribute to the development of personality disorders and other forms of psychopathology.