Questions about Emotions, Behavior and Personality 1. The difference between personality and temperament is, according to Strelau has five prongs. The first is that temperament is biologically determined where personality is a product of the social environment. Temperamental features may be identified from early childhood, whereas personality is shaped in later periods of development. Individual differences in temperamental traits like anxiety, extraversion-introversion, and stimulus-seeking are also observed in animals, whereas personality is the prerogative of humans. Temperament stands for stylistic aspects of one’s nature, while personality stands for the content aspect of behavior. Finally, unlike temperament, personality refers to...The end:
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