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Goldsmith and Campos also agree with other temperament theorists that temperament plays a role in social interaction. Between these two concepts, there is a clear role for temperament in the genesis of depression as either a difficulty in reactivity or a response to a social maladaptation. Their research has concerned itself with determining how the temperament dimensions outlined by other researchers may be used to describe affective states. In their view, for example, the NYLS addressed affects explicitly in only one dimension, mood.
In order to understand regulatory systems, Rothbart and Derryberry investigated the relationship between arousal, emotion, and self-regulation. To do so, they dissected the general concepts of emotionality and self-regulation and devised scales assessing them partly in terms of arousal. The general construct of emotionality was first decomposed into negative and positive emotionality, and negative emotionality was in turn broken down into scales assessing discomfort, fear, frustration, and sadness.
Independent tests have shown that some traits remain more stable than others. The dimensions of approach/withdrawal, adaptability, and quality of mood have proven most consistent. Persistence and intensity, on the other hand, have shown poor reliability. However, the NYLS investigators, like Goldsmith and Campos (1982), theorized that traits need not necessarily exhibit considerable stability over time. According to the NYLS investigators, the interplay of continuity and change does not prevent certain stable traits or patterns from forming.