Accomodating temperamental characteristics
General sense of "habit of mind, natural disposition" is from 1821. simple List of books in rough topical order It is a common thing to view a persons library and use the titles found as a window into their mind. David Mc Kay Co., NY , 1951 this later paperback edition 1978 isbn 0-679-51425-2 - black and white photos disbursed in text. 279 - 302 about the boat - the rig - Navigation - Photographic suggestions - Seasickness - Sea cooking - the Cost - Useless statistics - Outward bound (general comments) - do remember all these were written in 1951 when the world was a different place. This is one of several stories of voyaging in sailboats in the years shortly after World War II.They also had the bottom covered with copper sheathing to prevent damage from wood eating teredo worms and other marine pests. From there they sailed to the Canary Islands, spent some time there then crossed the Atlantic where their very special square rig showed its genius.In 1948 they headed south, stopping in northern Spain, Portugal and Gibraltar. There were 2 yards, one on each side of the mast attached to the mast with a universal joint.Some children are "easy." They are predictable, calm, and approach most new experiences in a positive way.Other children are more difficult, not able to manage their emotional experiences and expression with ease.Based on repeated factor analysis of personality traits, these authors have concluded that personality is comprised of five universal dimensions: Extroversion, Agreeablness, Neuroticism, Openness, and Conscientiousness.They believe that these five factors can be found in self-ratings of personality in youngsters as soon as they are able to rate themselves, and remain invariant through adulthood.
Temperament refers to the characteristics and aspects of personality that we are born with.They decided that this effort was fatally flawed and rather than give up they pooled their resources, bought a vessel and set off on their own.They got very lucky and were offered a Falmouth Quay Punt - Content - a cutter, about 40 feet long, length overall, which was built in 1914 and previously owned by Edward Allcard, a fameous voyager, who had set the boat up for single handing.Many other studies have been conducted, of course, including an increasing body of European research led by Gedolph Kohnstamm, Ivan Mervielde and Berit Hagekull.In the United States, temperament researchers Charles Halverson and Roy Martin have published both theoretical and empirical papers on the temperament-personality connection.