By Michael Lewis (auth.), Arnold J. Sameroff, Michael Lewis, Suzanne M. Miller (eds.)
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While parents, teachers, and children may disagree about the child, they may provide accurate assessments within particular contexts. These problems support two ideas that need attention in any study of psychopathology. The first idea is that of an individual having characteristics that are enduring across situations and time. In general, while there may be some consistency across raters or scales and situations, the variance accounted for remains rather low considering the power of the idea of personality transcending situation, context, and other people.
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