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time when things must begin to development or will never develop, it exists during the embryo stage
about 40% of infants are adaptable to new situations, predictable in their rhythmicity or schedule, positive in mood
about 10% of infants are intense in their reactions, not very adaptable to new situations, slightly negative mood, irregular body rhythms
Slow-to-warm up infants
about 15% of infants initally withdraws when approached, but may later warm up
Goodness of fit
an environment where an infant's temperament matches the opportunities, expectations, and demands the infant encounters
Insecure attachment - anxious ambivalent
tend to cling to parent and be angry when parent returns after a separation
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