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Even infants can see marked differences in such characteristics as the structure of sleep-wake approach to new situations and to depart from them, the intensity of emotional reactions and duration of concentration. Although these differences have been proven to have persisted throughout childhood, it is unlikely that they were closely associated with the characteristics of adult personality (see: Berger 1985). Considerable attention is given to the effect that has on the development of personality violation relationships between parents and children, especially from his mother. However, although the latter circumstance was suggested as the cause of the development of antisocial personality (see page 112), the data provide compelling evidence that it leads to other types of personality disorders, no.


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