Cross-Cutting Theme Program
Development of Individual Differences in Self-Regulation
Friday, May 24, 2013,
9:30 AM - 10:05 AM
Children’s differences in ability to regulate emotion and behavior have important implications for development. By age three some children are often able to inhibit a dominant response and perform a sub-dominant response, while other children are less able to do so. I will consider several possible sources of self-regulation differences.
This is part of the Regulating the World, Regulating the Mind Theme Program.