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B-DI provides free information that may be useful to parents and professionals interested in temperament. The files below may be downloaded by clicking on the first link contained in each item. The files are in .pdf format, a universal document format for exchanging information between computers. Adobe Acrobat Reader is used to open documents in the .pdf format. If you do not have the Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer now, you can get it free by clicking on the icon below. After downloading it, any .pdf document can be opened and read with this software. click here to get Acrobat Reader
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Kate's Newsletter Download or print Kate Andersen's current newsletter about high maintenance children.
New book for professionals by Carey & McDevitt Child Behavioral Assessment & Management in Primary Care. Free copy in pdf format.
Temperament faqs for parents and professionals, as seen on the temperament.com page.
Why temperament matters to parents and professionals. How temperament relates to clinical practice and disorders such as ADHD.
Professional providers who offer services that are sensitive to the role of temperament in behavior, development and parenting.
Books for parents and professionals about temperamental individuality.
Latest Print Catalog (pdf) -with information about the Carey Temperament Scales and NYLS Adult Temperament Scales as well as order info and details on ordering.
Samples of CTS questionnaire items This file shows examples of how temperament is measured by the CTS in infants and children.
Sample Reports Software-generated reports make the CTS quick and easy to use. This file contains samples of iReport Writer 4.
Research information on temperament demonstrating the importance of behavioral style in infancy, childhood and adulthood.