The research summarized in this article owes much to a series of faculty, graduate student, and research assistant collaborators at the Universities of Denver (1980–1981), Texas at Austin (1881-1984), Oregon (1985–1992), and Wisconsin–Madison (1992–1993). Mary K. Rothbart's Infant Behavior Questionnaire served as the model for the TBAQ. Joseph P. Campos sponsored Goldsmith as a postdoctoral fellow during the initial work. His advice was instrumental in the approach to temperament assessment represented by the TBAQ and associated instruments. Donna L. Bradshaw and Loretta A. Rieser-Danner participated while graduate students at the Universities of Denver and Texas at Austin, respectively. They contributed ideas and validity data to the project. Research assistants who worked directly on the project and whose ideas were directly translated into items were Patricia East, Kate Duncan, Karen Jaco, and Teresa Elliott. Mark Layman and Teresa Elliott executed some of the initial statistical analyses. A number of other research assistants and graduate students contributed in various ways, Lori Bowden, Jennifer Alansky Mauro, Nancy Benson Fischette, and Kathryn Lemery being foremost among them. Jennifer Urbano of Vanderbilt University offered an important data analytic suggestion. Michael Crowley of the University of Oregon collected the data in Sample 10 as part of a more extensive graduate research project. Support was provided by the Foundation for Child Development, the Spencer Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation, NICHD, and NIMH.
Studying Temperament via Construction of the Toddler Behavior Assessment Questionnaire
Version of Record online: 28 JUN 2008
Volume 67, Issue 1, pages 218–235, February 1996
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Goldsmith, H. H. (1996), Studying Temperament via Construction of the Toddler Behavior Assessment Questionnaire. Child Development, 67: 218–235. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8624.1996.tb01730.x
- Issue online: 28 JUN 2008
- Version of Record online: 28 JUN 2008
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