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Principal Investigator Carl Schwartz, M.D., Psychiatry
Infancy to Adolescence: An fMRI Study of Temperment
The term temperament refers to the stable moods and behavior profiles observed in infancy and early childhood. Inhibited temperament are timid in situations that are novel, whereas uninhibited children spontaneously approach novel situations. Inhibited temperament in early childhood is a risk factor for the later development of social anxiety disorder. Previous

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