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A few researchers have examined stability and change of genetic influences on n o r m a l development (Wilson, 1983). Genes do not simply exist at birth and exert an u n c h a n g i n g influence t h r o u g h o u t the life span. Rather, genes t u r n on and off t h r o u g h life and therefore may change in their influences on certain behaviors at different times or stages in development. The most obvious example of this is puberty, when genes for adult sexual developm e n t t u r n on and cause the growth of secondary sexual characteristics.
F r a t e r n a l twin correlations are about one half the identical twins' values, or less in some cases. Thus, genetic influences are strongly implicated for variability in these dimensions. Similar but less extensive results support the existence of genetic influences on more objective measures of withdrawal-related negative affect and emotion regulation. Continuity of Temperament Researchers sometimes seem to define continuity as an inherent part of temperament. However, there are multiple meanings of the continuity of personality or temperament, and these have been explicated by m a n y authors over the years (Caspi, 1998).
Wright, S. (1960). Path coefficients and path regressions: Alternative or complementary concepts? Biometrics, 16, 189-202. Yee, Mo Pui. (2000, April 1). Schizophrenics ban under attack. South China Morning Post, p. A1. 2 Temperament as a Liability Factor for Childhood Behavioral Disorders: The Concept of Liability H. Hill Goldsmith, Kathryn S. Lemery, and Marilyn J. Essex One of Dr. Gottesman's signal contributions to the study of psychopathology has been to lay out a conceptual framework for relating risk factors to overt psychopathology.