This book reports the first attempt in the child development
literature to examine the structure of early personality based on
parents' free-descriptions of their children. It is an important
piece of research because of its cross-national focus on
personality development. The authors present a data set that
reveals considerable consistency in the parental descriptions of
child personality in both western and nonwestern countries. This
consistency supports the cultural universality of the "Big Five"
personality factors. The authors' findings lay the foundation for
an examination of how these major dimensions of childhood
personality structure evolve into adult personality structure.
|Country of origin:
Gedolph A. Kohnstamm
• Charles F. Halverston
• Ivan Mervielde
• Valerie L. Havill
• Charles F. Halverson
||Electronic book text
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