Personality

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PERSONALITY. An abstract of personal; as, the action is in the personalty, that is, it is brought against a person for a personal duty which he owes. It also signifies what belongs to the person; as, personal property.

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Research has identified significant effects of parents on their children's personality (Aufseeser, Jekielek, and Brown, 2006).
The results of research conducted in Pakistan indicated perceived parental rejection was negatively related with dependency in children's personality disposition (Imam 2001; Mumtaz and Imam 2008).
Therefore, this research plans to construct the model that demonstrates multiple factors comprehensive influence on the children's personality. These factors include children's temperament, family factors (parental education value, parental coparenting, and parental parenting style), and kindergarten factors (teacher expectation and peer acceptance).
Key words: Adolescent maternity; Children's personality of adolescent and adult mothers; Infant development; Attitudes.
The Children's Personality Questionnaire (CPQ) developed by Porter and Cattell (1972) was designed to give maximum information in the shortest time about the greatest number of dimensions (14) of personality that have potential importance in clinical, educational and counseling practice.
Young audiences will help Nickelodeon children's personality Blue search out clues at a birthday party in a national traveling show (June 17-18).
Several decades ago, researchers such as Margaret Mead reported links between children's personality development and their broader cultural beliefs.
With the above background the present study was conducted with the following objectives: (i) to determine the suitability of translated version of the Children's Personality Questionnaire (CPQ, Cattell & Porter.
Their qualitative statistical analyses (inner-site analysis) of the data provides an interesting evaluation of children's personality with congenital disabilities.

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